Theresa Ann

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Theresa Ann "Terrie" Wardle Kibbler, 69, passed away from this life on Monday June 3rd, 2019, as her family surrounded her and held her close.

Theresa, who went by Terrie to friends and family. Mom to those of us who were lucky to be her children, and Tutu (the name she cherished the most) by her grandchildren.

Terrie lived by the motto- "Wherever there's a human being, there's an opportunity for kindness." She opened her heart and home to many who needed a smile, a meal, or just a place to rest and regroup throughout the years. She never asked for anything in return and was quick to help any in need. She loved the water-swimming, surfing, cliff diving, to just floating down the river. Any form of water would do. Her other loves included, travel, a good book, ice cream, chocolate covered cherries, singing, flowers and gardening, arts and crafts, and thrift store shopping. Above all else she loved her family and God.

Mom, Terrie, Tutu, thank you for always being there for us, loving us, helping and forgiving us, and being the bravest, strongest, and simply most phenomenal woman, we have known. We love you always and forever.

Terrie will be remembered by: Her Spouse of 43 years, Myles A. Kibbler; Father, James Wardle; Children, Amy Marschall and husband George, Brenton Kibbler, Michelle Kibbler, and Jennifer Williams and husband Terry; Grandchildren; Zoe, Chloe, Dylan, Persephone, Elijah, Nicole, Eric, Hanna, Mia, and Logan; along with her 3 siblings and a host of family and friends. She now joins her son, Nathan Kibbler and mother Lois Wardle in heaven.
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Published on June 27, 2019
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