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TERRI ROY (formerly MARY ANNE THERESA RAUTH)

Born: Jun 25, 1942

Date of Passing: Mar 22, 2021

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TERRI ROY
(Formerly MARY ANNE THERESA RAUTH)
June 25, 1942 – March 22, 2021

It is with heavy hearts we announce that Terri Roy passed away peacefully at the Ste. Anne Villa Youville, on Monday March 22, 2021.
Dearly loved mother of Colleen (Ken) Levenec and cherished grandmother (Grammy) of Devon (Kylee), Meagan and Breanne. Dear sister of Richard (Wilma) Rauth and Leona (Jim) Furlong. Terri was predeceased by her loving parents, Jack and Katie Rauth.
Terri was raised on a farm in Prairie Grove. She was very adventurous, and after graduating, she headed to California. She also lived in Surrey, British Columbia for a couple of years, eventually coming back to Manitoba, where she built a house and hobby farm near Ste. Anne. Her love of horses never faltered no matter where she lived.
At the age of 50, she graduated from the Faculty of Social Work at the University of Manitoba and worked for Child and Family Services in her home community. Terri was always feisty and full of life, but at the age of 65, she was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease and her mobility and health began to decline.
Always one to make the best of things, she purchased a golf cart in order to get to the barn to care for her quarter horses. She will be remembered for her determination, lively spirit and love of nature.
Terri's life will be celebrated with family and friends when flowers are in full bloom at the Sunnyside Cemetery.
In her memory, please consider a donation to the Parkinson's Foundation or your favorite charity.

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As published in The Carillon on Apr 01, 2021

Condolences & Memories (1 entries)

  • We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your Mom. We remember all those times you spent at our house after school waiting for your Mom to pick you up! I remember her love of horses. Our deepest sympathies to you & your family! Take care & hope you are doing OK. - Posted by: Rollie & Claudette Boucher (Friend of our daughter) on: Apr 01, 2021

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