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In Memory

Terri D. Ficker (Richardson)

On Wednesday, October 16, 2019, Terri D. Ficker (Richardson), passed away of natural causes.  Terri was a volunteer for Katy Prairie Conservatory and Texas Master Naturalists. 

From Kristi (Ficker) Deslatte, sister of Terri:

My brother in law Alan has been working to put something together to celebrate my sister’s life.

Come with lots of memories and stories!

A Celebration of Life for Terri Ficker-Richardson

November 10th (Sunday) at 1pm.

LOCATION:

Sheraton

11191 Clay Road

Houston, Texas 77041

About ½ block East of Beltway 8 on Clay Road.

There will be coffee, tea, cold water, and pastries available.

 
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10/17/19 05:53 AM #1    

Amy L. Mai (Scott)

Gentle thoughts and sympathy to family and friends of Terri.

- Amy Mai Scott


10/17/19 06:27 PM #2    

Lauri L. White (Ramsey)

Terri was my first "neighbor friend" across the street on Attingham in Fonn Villas.  We met when we were about 9.  We made our own fun with musical performances, dancing & singing to the theme to Falstaff Beer, employer of her dad.  We hid behind the bedroom curtains, which acted as our stage.  Or gulping down the freshest chocolate milk ever from a spicket in her fridge, when her dad went to work for Schepps.  McDonald's had a fundraiser for children, so we raised money by putting on a little carnival in her backyard for our little sisters and friends.  The rewards were huge -- with free burgers forever, it seemed!  LOL!  There are many fond memories of Terri and me as little girls and they are "playing out" like an old movie as I remember her.    

We ran in different circles as time went by; but, we still got together with our neighborhood friends at the arcades or a disco, once in a while.  Funny, when I'm thinking of her now, in my memories, I can hear her beautiful voice belting out "Magic Man" by Heart.  I don't think she ever knew how truly lovely her voice was.  Terri was not "into" reunions with me or with our classmates, and besides getting to see her at her dad's funeral in 2007, I sadly did not keep up with my childhood friend.  I know that she joins her dad, mom, and big sister in the heavenlies.  She leaves behind a husband, younger sister & younger brother.  I wish Terri peace and love from her Heavenly Father for all of eternity.  

Love,

Lauri


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