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Terry was not just my neighbor, she was my best friend. Most of all, she was like a mother. No—she was my other mother. Always working, taking care of me when I was feeling down. We laughed, and did many crazy things together, we cried and told stories and secrets to each other. We were a mother-daughter team. “Mom Terry is like the stars. We don’t always see them but you know she is always with us.” Rest in PEACE Mom. I will miss Terry very much. She was a wonderful person. She was a mother to me. God is getting a special angel. I love you.
–Mary Ann Miller; New Philadelphia, PA
Terry was a beautiful person inside and out, loving wife and Mother and faithful friend. I have known her for 50 yrs and cherished our friendship, will miss her dearly. RIP dear friend, see you in Heaven.
-Ginny Belviso; Cape Coral, FL
My dearest friend in all the world. I've known Bootsie for well over 50 years. How can I tell you what she meant to me? She was my mother, my sister, my best friend. She was the sun, when I was a cloud, a clown when I couldn't laugh, and a beautiful flower when I couldn't see them. We shared all of life's joys and sorrows with endless cups of tea; our children grew up together. She was a wonderful wife to Richard and extremely loving mother to her boys, ALWAYS. She was my muse...an inspiration spiritually and encouraged me in my endeavors. She sang like an angel and could spin a yarn like no one else. Terry, (the name she chose later to be called) was God's gift to the world and will never be forgotten for her generosity, her view of the world and giving ways. Rest in peace, dear one, with your mom and dad and Lois. I look forward to my angel friend in heaven watching over me and her visits in my dreams.
- Carol "from Reading", as she would say.
It truly was an honor to get to know Terry in the few short months that I have been working for her. I will miss her beautiful smile and her contagious laugh. RIP sweet Lady I love you.
-JoAnn Albon; Tremont, PA
Terry was a special person, always very kind and giving. Very sorry to hear this news.
We would like to send our Love and Support to the family of Florence in this time of grief. You are all in our prayers. We are deeply sorry for your loss. All our love from Don and Jodi Nettles.
-Jodi Nettles; Schuylkill Haven, PA
I am sorry to read this, may she rest in peace.
Terry was kind, sweet sister-in-law and she will be dearly missed. Our sympathy, love & prayers go out to my brother, Rich, and his sons, grandchildren, and family members. Terry has been called home by our Heavenly Father and is at peace. May God Bless her family here on Earth. Your loving sister & husband…. Elaine & Morgan
-Elaine and Morgan Benson; Eagle River, Alaska
I am so sorry for your loss Richard.. our condolences from México
-Samy Cuevas Guajardo
No one’s smile could ever light up a room like Terry’s. No one’s love could radiate like hers either. An irreplaceable and irreplicable woman, Terry could make you feel warm and loved like no one else. The real irony is that a day in which we are all grieving is actually her birth day into eternity. While we all loved Terry, God loved her more. May she Rest In Peace.
-Mary Kate Kubick (MK)
Our deepest sympathies to the entire Page family. Bootise was truly one of a kind!
-Michael & Nancy Heffron
Dear Page Family, Florence and I were classmates at Nativity. I send my condolences in her passing. May she rest in peace. Sincerely, Thomas Purcell(former Port Carbon, PA resident)
-Thomas Purcell; Los Alanitos, CA
A forever light to lead you on your journey. Love, Carol
-Carol Templin; Reading, PA
May Gad give her peace with no more pain. He has a beautiful angel sitting next to him.
-Leona Gibson, California
No matter how many times Terry would tell me and try to convince me that she was getting old… I would never believe her. Terry was YOUNG. In her mind, spirit, and especially, her sense of humor. She loved playing tricks and goofing off and cracking jokes with funny puns. Every day I would come in the office and go over to say hi to her and immediately she would ask “Where did we go this weekend?!” She would make me tell her every tiny little detail of my adventures. She would live through every adventure vicariously through me. I didn’t realize this before, but Terry really inspired me in the past couple of years that I have known her. She was like a grandmother to me. She always wanted me to eat something (of course she knew that her Mac & Cheese was my weakness, which I am so thankful she took the time to teach me to cook). Terry always wanted to help distract me from my work whenever she could just to brighten my day. She’d ask to look at pictures of my family, go online shopping, or organize her pills for her. She had so many reasons for us to just hang out with each other. The last time I spoke with Terry, she told me something that I will never forget. “LIVE YOUR LIFE. Don’t get too wrapped up in boys, or work, or anything other than making yourself happy.” Terry told me that she did live her life and that she doesn’t regret anything; the good, the bad and even the plain stupid. She was having fun and there’s no reason that I shouldn’t too. And now that’s all we can do. We must live our lives the best we can because that’s what she wants to watch from over us. I know that she will always be watching me to see “what we did this weekend”. Rest in Peace Terry, you will be greatly missed. I love you.
-Andreah White; Barnesville, PA
Terry was one of the most wonderful people I met in my entire life..
What sad news. Please give my love to Richard from me. Terry was a beautiful person. Richard, I have been thinking a lot about you this week, I am so sorry for your loss, Terry was a special person, always smiling and giving her best of her to everyone. I will keep her in my heart forever. I always admired the love and respect you showed to each other, you have an angel watching over you from now on. Sending you all my love and prayers.
-Sylvia Ochoa; Venezuela
She was a wonderful person. My prayers are always with you. My deepest condolences. -Cinthia Ajrob
Richard, There is NO words about what you are feeling in these moments, but be sure that our Lord has not received Terry for his eternal life. Now, she is accompanying Favio, and both from heaven are going to take care of us. Tears are in my eyes, I couldn’t believe this happened. Received all my affection and love from my family too. I’ll call you in another time, so you will be more peaceful. May her soul rest in peace! Hugs Richard. GOD BLESS YOU!!!
-Magaly Villarreal & Family; Mexico
My sincerely condolences to Mr. Page and the P.E.A.C.E. family. May she Rest In Peace.
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