Terri, we'll miss you at Christmas, not only this year , but every Christmas to come....They'll be a empty spot in our hearts..but a warm rememberence of your kind and thoughtful spirit will remain with us forever..laurie miller
Terri was a member of my family. When I moved to Charleston over 25 years ago, she was one of the first persons that I met and little did I know that day that it would be a life changing friendship. She touched not only my life, but the lives of my children, step children and my entire extended family. She took my family into her home when we were between buying one home and selling another. She had a special connection with my son Jonathan that has endured to this day. Her kindness is legendary in my family.
We were supposed to meet for dinner last week, by neither of us could make it, so we agreed to meet "sometime next week". That was the last time that I talked with her and I will always remember her voice saying "love you" before we hung up.
I miss you Terri Lee, my friend, my sister, my confidant. Rest in peace.
Mary and Michael Pachla
Our prayers and thoughts are with Terri's family and friends. We will miss our dear friend, Terri Glenn, who was a blessing in our lives. Our annual visits with her were always very special each time that we were in Charleston. We will always remember her kind heart, the wonderful way that she touched others and her beautiful smile.
Susan Greenstone Voneida
Terri, it's been too many years since our senior year at Lejeune High School, but the memories remain fresh. You were always at the center of whatever was happening, with your infectious laugh including everybody in the circle of your warmth. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.
I met Terri in 2008 when I stopped in her shop. I was struggling with a project that required props but, I only needed them for a week and, I had little money to spend. After treating me like her best friend, we discussed what I was looking for. When she discovered the nature of my project, she just told me to help myself to anything in her store and return it when I was finished. She didn't ask me to sign anything or for any other documentation to assure her that her property would be returned. I enjoyed three visits there and was always treated with exceptional openness and enthusiasm. As it turns out, I just live a few doors away. I thought of her often when I went by her house looking forward to the next time our paths would cross. The world needs more people like her. I am truely sorry she is gone. My prayers are with her loved ones.
Terri was a great influence on me. She was an astute business-woman who understood the importance of giving back to her community. I'll always remember her laughter and her positive outlook on life.e
Susan Miley Blackwood
I first met Terri when her husband Tony was working with my father. I was 8 years old. After Tony's death and my parents divorce, Terri and my mom, Von were very close. My entire childhood was filled with nights of Terri at our house for dinner, Christmas tree decorating etc. She was alway fun and funny!
As I grew up, she employed me at TG's through high school & college. It was a great experience and we always had a good time.
Through the years, we fell out of touch. She recently sent me a hello message through a mutual friend. I intended to stop by her shop several times, but was always busy.
Terri was a wonderful person who gave anything to anyone who needed it. I am a better person for her involvement in my life.
The world has lost a truly wonderful person.
My prayers are with Terri's family and friends. She was a model for all girls to follow in high school and made a great impression on me as a young girl. The Lord Bless and Keep Her.