Terry Stauffer was born in Whitefish Montana in 1947 and moved to the Wenatchee Valley in 1962 as a teenager. She married Dennis Stauffer and had two children Cara and Kevin who they raised in Quincy WA. She was a wife, mother, daughter, grandmother, sister, and auntie. She moved to Rock Island to care for her mother and then to Wenatchee in her later years. She attended church at The Salvation Army Corps Community Center in Wenatchee where she worshiped and served the community. She loved her family, her animals, and collecting treasures from local thrift shops and yard sales. She found beauty in unlikely places and brought laughter to those who knew her. She was a great storyteller and would often be found visiting with family and friends telling stories of the past. Her famous line “that’s just like….” will always be remembered and missed.
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She is survived by her sisters Lolita, Bonita, Coral, Julie, and her brothers Tony, Clark,and Daniel. Her daughter Cara and son Kevin, her grandchildren Levi, Rachelle, Derek, Myah, and Avrie. Her nieces Christine, Jamie, Destiny, Jennifer, Briana, and her nephews Charlie, Jay, Eric, and Wesley and six great nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her father Joseph Fisher, her mother Elberta Moser, and her brother Teddy Fisher.
Due to the current climate of our world a celebration of life will be held at a future date.