Terri McCullough


McCullough, Theresa (Terri) Jean
1957 – 2019

Of Stony Plain, Alberta passed away peacefully at home on March 31, 2019 after a long courageous battle with cancer.

Terri will be sorely missed by her loving family but today is in Heaven walking with her Lord on streets of gold. Left to mourn her passing is her adoring husband of 44 years Brad McCullough and her 4 children Jennifer (Dan), Ken (Kristi), Lindsay (Carson) & Kate (Kel). She was known as gammy, gma, nana, grandma, to Emily-Rose Letts (Graham), Liam, Tyler, Savannah, Alexis, & Ryland Spaans. Griffyn & Wynter McCullough. Paul, Lydia, Lucas, Gabrielle, & Ginny Wyndham. Edward, Rhiley, & Abigail Meads. She also had a daughter and granddaughter of the heart, Abigail and Anna Matthews and close family friend Justine MacKinnon. She also leaves behind a great granddaughter Clara Rose Letts. Terri is also survived by her parents Conrad and Patricia Goddard, her parents-in-law, Richard and Virginia McCullough, her brother Bret (Michele), her 2 sisters Roxanne and Pamela (Toby). She also leaves behind a brother-in-law Mark (Heidi) and sister-in-law Colleen.

Terri was immensely proud of her family and leaves behind a legacy of wonderful memories and an abundance of love. She was a business owner who has an office on main street Stony Plain and served with the local Rotary club for several years, acting as president until she could not continue. Terri was active in her local church, being a part of the church planting at Muir Lake Community Alliance church where she served as worship leader for 25 years and as a youth leader for 20 years.

Funeral Service for Terri will be held at 2:00 pm on Monday, April 8, 2019 at Spruce Grove Alliance Church 250 Century Road, Spruce Grove.

In lieu of flowers please direct any donations to two of Terri’s favorite charities, World Vision or Food for the Hungry.

Isaiah 55:12 “For you shall go out in joy and be led forth in peace; the mountains and the hills before you shall break forth into singing, and all the trees of the field shall clap their hands.”

And she did.

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