Terri Thompson Veach

Born on July 17, 1961

Departed on December 12, 2005 and resided in Ashland City, TN

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VEACH, Terri Lynn Thompson Age 44 years, passed from this life December 12, 2005. Survived by her husband, Johnny; parents, Bill and Lorene Thompson; stepson, Randall Rachel Veach; step-daughter, Lindsey Veach; step grandchild, Uriah Veach, brother , David Thompson; sister, Donna Rex Perry. Funeral services scheduled for Friday December 16, 2005 at 2pm from the West Harpeth Chapel with DR. R.C. Henderson officiating. Interment Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens. Visitation with the family will be Thursday from 4-8pm and Friday from 12noon until service time at WEST HARPETH FUNERAL HOME

4 Comments to Terri Thompson Veach

  1. Debi Vernon Eaton
    December 15, 2005 12:00 am

    Dear Family,
    I first meet Terri when we were in the 5th grade at NCS. Terri was always a very sweet, lovable young lady. One of my best memories of Terri is her “Geraldine” impersonation that she did in the NCS talant show when we were in the 5th grade. Also her impeccable sense of fashion, never a hair out of place all that hair just dressed to the 9’s. I hope that time will help to ease the lost you are feeling. It is hard, but it will get better. I still find myself picking up the phone to call my mother to tell her what my grandson is doing.
    With love and warm memories
    Debi Vernon Eaton

  2. Lori Wilson
    December 16, 2005 12:00 am

    I have worked with Terri for the past 4ᄑ years. She was always ready with a warm smile. The absolute greatest thing about Terri was her contagious laugh. You just couldn’t help but laugh when you heard Terri laugh, even though you didn’t know why she was laughing.

    Many times I’ve seen her out shopping with her mom while I was out shopping with mine. I will never shop with my mom again without thinking of Terri. I will cherish those memories.

    Terri was a precious, precious person. Not only has our firm lost a wonderful employee and friend, we have lost one of our family, and we will miss her terribly.

  3. Kristine Rolon
    December 16, 2005 12:00 am

    I worked with Terri and met her a little over two years ago. She was such a great person and fun to be around. She and Johnny had bought some furniture from us. When they came to get it, she met my boys. She just thought Dylan, our youngest, was just the cutest thing. She said he was pretending to make macaroni and cheese in a pot and she just loved him. As Lori said, her laugh is infectious. She had a great personality and she will be missed dearly. I’ve grown to love her family as my own. She will always be in my heart and in my prayers. And I’m sure she’ll find a shopping partner in Heaven.

  4. Freda Gardner
    December 19, 2005 12:00 am

    I am a classmate of Terri’s from Cohn High School. I wanted to pass on to you my sympathy for your loss. Although I have not seen Terri in years, I remember her smile and zest for life. May God be with you during the next few weeks as you face lonely sad days.

    Freda Gardner