Obituaries - Condolences

Condolences to the Family of Teresa A. "Terri" Johnson

Debbie Gast Delafield, WI – Posted On: July 26, 2018

So sorry to hear this news, sending my sympathy and hugs to the family.
Many many fond memories of Terri. We worked together at RTE so long ago.
She got me started on collecting Depression Glass and I still own a nice collection!
I remember when the kids were born, painted up stork memory plates with the birth info to hang on wall.
She taught me so much and we shared laughs and good times during the day to day grind of working.
Even went on skiing days with sister Karen.
Al and the whole family were so wonderful, I was blessed to know her.
She will be missed and remembering how she impacted my life has brought some tears of sadness that she is no longer on this earth.
But there is joy in my heart knowing she has no more pain or suffering from illness and has been called home to our Lord.
Rest in Peace my sweet friend from so long agoπŸ’•

Bambi Butzlaff Voss Nashotah, WI – Posted On: July 15, 2018

So glad that 4-H brought us together. Over the years, Terri became a friend. She was a wonderful person and we have found memories of horse buggy rides, listening to her jukebox in the stable viewing area and seeing her beautiful smile and feeling her warm embrace when she visited after moving up north. Terri was a horse woman. We hope that she will do lots of riding in heaven. She will be missed. Our sympathies and love to all.

Karen, Russ and Amy Lenz Waukesha, WI and Salt Lake City, UT – Posted On: July 11, 2018

Oh the many, many wonderful memories! I have known Terri as a close friend for about forty years. There is no one more fun, happy and exciting to be with, go places with (which always included shopping), and work with from RTE ASEA to seminars to West Vernon 4-H. Trips to Florida were also very high on the list. Yes, we also worked on puzzles! Being at the farm with the horses was very special, riding or helping out. Amy loved riding Donald and was so happy you shared him. Watching Colleen and Craig grow up and get married was icing on the cake. Terri was one of a kind. A talented, sweet, special lady and wonderful friend. She will be deeply missed by every living person or animal who ever knew her. Her laugh and smile will forever be remembered. God Bless you and keep you in his care Terri until we meet again. Happy trails to you.

Dick Mejchar Waukesha, Wi – Posted On: July 11, 2018

Memories of your family farm shared with Maralyn, me and our children will always be cherished. Seeing Terri and you last summer was a special day for Eileen and me also. So glad you came. Terri was a beautiful blessing to so many and will be missed. Our love and condolences.

Byron L Degenhardt Madison Wisconsin – Posted On: July 11, 2018

Our sincerest condolences. Thank you for being a friend of the Highground and our veterans.πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ
Rest In Peace πŸ’—

Trish and Chris Lanser San Diego CA – Posted On: July 10, 2018

We are so sorry Colleen for you and your whole family. That is the best Obituary I have ever read! It made us cry. Prayers for comfort.

Ruth Ann (Gay) Link – Posted On: July 9, 2018

Allen, David and I were saddened by the news of Terri’s death. My Mother was so thankful that you and Terri were part of her life. Our prayers are with you and your family.

Mime & Carla Browning McLeansboro, Illinois – Posted On: July 9, 2018

Mike & I want to send our love and prayers to you Al and to your family. I know your children and grandchildren must be super special because Terri was something very special. I felt she was very special to me. I send our prayers to you for the strength needed to get you through the days ahead and for God's loving arms to surround you with His peace and comfort.
Our prayers for all.
Mike & Carla