The family of Terri L. Brownlow has received the following condolences.
You have my deepest sympathy at the loss of your Mom. She was such a joyful person when Teri and I would run into her shopping. She will be sadly missed by so many people who had the privilege of knowing her. Sorry for your loss.
I am so very sorry to hear of the loss of your mom. I always enjoyed chatting with her at Rec Lanes. My sympathies to you and your family.
I'm so sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. She was a neat lady and loved life to the fullest. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.
Tracy (Ziegler) Schnell
Brownlow Family...I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of ur mom and wife. Sending prayers to you all....xoxoxo
Stacy J Vreeman
Our deepest sympathy to all the family
We have missed aand will miss her cheery reception to our calls
for service. God bless you.
Phillip, Donny, Shelly and Chad,
So very sorry to hear about the loss of your Wife and Mother. Terri was a remarkable woman. We never remember a moment that she was not full of spirit and laughter. She will be greatly missed by many. Cherish the wonderful memories that you have of her. God Bless you all.
Tony and Joanie
WE are so sorry for your loss. Terri was an amazing woman, gave so much to her family and friends.
WE will miss seeing her at walmart. Terri rest in peace.. Joe and jill miller
Phil, Don, Chad and Shelly,
My condolences on the passing of your wife and mother. After receiving the news from George and talking with Steve Call it brought back many good memories from the days of racing. It is also a reminder of just how short life can be. While it has been 21 years since I last raced, the thoughts of your family being at the track and Terri keeping everyone in line are as if it was yesterday.
My prayers are with you,
Dear Brownlow Family
My heart goes out to all of you at this difficult time....your wife and mother was one of the most amazing women ever!! Who could not love her and being around her!! I will miss her coming into the salon and will miss her laugh...oh she had the BEST laugh ever!! It would just make me smile...she was so amazing her strength and faith through all this. Please know all my prayers are with you at this time.
Steph Gartner (Terri's hairstylist)
We are so sad to hear about Terri.
She was always laughing and smiling!
She spread a lot of light for all of us.
We're all richer for knowing Terri.
Shelly and family
We are so sorry to hear of your loss ,you have many good years of memories
she will be smiling for everyone in heaven now and looking down watching all of you just like she did here .
All of you are in our thought s and prayeres
love Connie Randy Tyler . Tony Corry Jared and Sue ,,,,,,,,,, we love you
My heartfelt condolences to you all. May sweet memories of your mother bring you comfort and strength during this difficult time. Sending hugs, thoughts, and prayers your way.
Dear Brownlow family:
We were saddened to hear of Terri's death. What a remarkable lady she was - a great wife and mother. She came to Bethel many times to see our drama productions and always left here feeling like the Lord was with her - he was and is.
Much love to all of you and God bless.
Judy and Andy Gittus
Chad, Phil, Don, and Shell - I am very sorry for your loss. I love you guys.
My deepest sympathy to the Brownlow family. Terry was my favorite customer, I always enjoyed selling jewelry to her at Carsons, selling clothes to her at Lane Bryant and always running into her while shopping for those great bargains. She always asked how my girls where doing and always kept me up to date on Shellys adventures. Terry's smile always lit up the room and her laugh was to die for. She will be truly missed.
Hi Phil & family,
We were so sorry to hear of Terry's death.I have many fond memories of living next door for so many years. She was such a vibrant and "full of life" person! I know you will all miss her dearly! Our thoughts and prayers are with you now and in the months ahead.
Our sincere sympathy,
tobi & Ron Wilson
Philip, Donnie, Chad, and Shelly... Knew your momma for many years. We bragged about our kids together. Don't remember ever having a conversation with her about anything else but our kids. We had much to brag about. She was on fire in the spirit that's for sure. Running up and down the sidelines at Mayo, even clear back to clapping and hollering at the Ben Franklin and Willow Creek basketball games. Being a mom was her passion. You kids did a wonderful job making her passion a dream come true. I loved seeing her when I would be shopping at Savers. We would block traffic in the aisle and talk forever. We would continue to talk to each other as we parted ways to finish shopping sometimes yelling across the store, "Look what I found"!!!! Volume!!!!She was about volume. That's why I loved her so. She was passionate and was all about living and loving. Your family was one of the lucky ones as close as you all are for so many years. She was blessed for sure with that. But then she would have it no other way. Her and I used to joke about how short the leash was we kept on our kids. Because they meant everything to her. When they say "Don't cry because it's over, but SMILE because it happened". that's a hard one right now. Seems downright impossible or unthinkable. But God knows your famly has had many wonderful moments that will carry you though. She was a darlin!!!. And I'm so sorry.
Jackie Jensen (Jamie and Beau's mom)
I am so terribly saddened by the loss of dear Terri and want you to know that you continue to be in my thoughts and prayers. Terri's infectious smile, her zest for life and most of all, the great love she had for her family will long be remembered. I always enjoyed getting updates on all of you not only because I was interested in what you were doing, but because I enjoyed the passion that Terri so willingly shared about her family, and about life. I enjoyed the way her eyes always sparkled and regardless of the topic of our conversation, I always walked away feeling really, really good. She was a very lovely woman. My deepest sympathy to all of you, Penny