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November 20th 1942
October 10th 2012
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I loved seeing the photos of Theresa from before I met her! The photo of her as a toddler with her doll is adorable! I am impressed with her pursuit of education, going back to college after raising Jim. She was a lovely person, and I'm sure Jim and Diana miss her terribly. We are so sorry for your loss.
Theresa was a wonderful person and we will miss her dearly. She was one of the most loyal Browns fans I have ever known -- coming to games many times, even when she knew the Browns probably had no chance of winning. I remember her very fondly and talked to her on many occasions at Browns Backers get-togethers. She use to come up to Menlo Park and walk up at least 30 stairs to get to where the Browns Backers met and watched the game each Sunday, even when I she was struggling with her health. Such loyalty and love for the Browns is very rare and something I will never forget. I also will fondly remember a time when we talked one Christmas season about the famous "Christmas Story" house, which is in Cleveland. She loved Cleveland -- the Browns, Indians, etc. One more special memory -- Theresa always was so thoughful of our Browns Backers group -- I remember how for several Christmases, she would bring us all popcorn balls from Humphrey's in Cleveland. What a wonderful treat and so thoughtful of others. But, that was Theresa. We can only hope our lives can be as meaningful as Theresa's was. With our deepest condolences, we thank you for sharing her with us.
Bay Area Browns Backers
Lori Lynne Deal
Theresa was an incredible person. I enjoyed so much helping her and hearing her stories. We would sit and talk for a while and she would offer me water and bananas before I got back to work.. . It was little things like her laughter or how proud she was of her family. I am so honored to have known Theresa. Much love to Theresa and her family. May she be rest in our heavenly father's arms.
Theresa was such a great person, and fan of Cleveland, especially sports teams. As President of the Bay Area Browns Backers (baybrowns.com) we dedicated the Oct 14, 2012 game in her memory, and the Browns,her team, won a rare win too! It almost like a little miracle the Cleveland Browns won that day we so honored Theresa. She cheered from above, God Bless Her. --Bud & Ling Genovese
Butch - she was talking to me about you and Emily recently. She remembered your family fondly. - Diana
"I know for certain that we never lose the people we love, even to death. They continue to participate in every act, thought and decision we make. Their love leaves an indelible imprint in our memories. We find comfort in knowing that our lives have been enriched by having shared their love."
I will always remember her gentle smile, beautiful laugh and heart of gold. But especially her kindness, support, and the tears we shed together when I lost my daughter Emily. Theresa was such a special soul. We had a great time together at SJ Rep and sharing our love for the Browns. Now that she is with the good Lord, maybe she can get him to let us get to the Superbowl. Rest in peace and love my friend. The Coyne's - Butch, Kris, Katie, Molly and forever Emily.
Something Beautiful Remains
The tide recedes but leaves behind
bright seashells on the sand.
The sun goes down, but gentle
warmth still lingers on the land.
The music stops, and yet it echoes
on in sweet refrains.....
For every joy that passes,
something beautiful remains.
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