Lonni Terri


Died: December 5, 2020
Place: London, ON

Jane & Steve Gow
(Tuesday, December 8, 2020)

Sincere condolences to the Terri family. Steve & I always admired Lonni's strength and courage. She had faced many hardships along Life's highway. We admired her faithfulness and love towards her family. Will miss you Lonni, sitting in the back pew. RIP

May Way
(Tuesday, December 8, 2020)

Astrid, please accept my sincere condolences on the passing of your mother. I’m sure she was an angel and even though we feel happy for her graduation from life, you will deeply miss her. May you feel an increased measure of peace at this time and in the coming months ahead.

Jo Ann Reil
(Tuesday, December 8, 2020)

My deepest condolences to all Lonnie’s family. We love her son Peter and are so thankful to her for him. His mission changed our lives forever. May Heavenly Father comfort you all at this time. You were all so blessed to have her as your mom. What a delightful lady she was. What joy there must be in Heaven today.

Paul Plumb
(Tuesday, December 8, 2020)

Truly here was an angel on loan for the rest of us to learn from. She is surely home with her extended loving family.

Sherri-ann Birkengren-Mcgee
(Tuesday, December 8, 2020)

Peter, please accept my deepest sympathies for you and your sisters, on the passing of your Mother. She was a wonderful person and I really enjoyed last Spring, you sharing your Mother's history, memories, and pictures with me, of when she grew up on her beautiful farm. May she rest in peace.
Sherri Birkengren.

Sharon Martin
(Thursday, December 10, 2020)

Lonnie was a beautiful person inside and out always helping and serving. We have lost a special soul but remember we shall meet again. Safe journey to a beloved family awaiting your return. Blessings sweet Lonni

John and Dolores de Boer
(Friday, December 11, 2020)

We have spoken to Mrs Terry over the years when we walked our pets around the Crescent and always enjoyed our short conversations with her.

Angela Sparling (nee Hagan)
(Saturday, December 12, 2020)

The Terri family was always a staple in my young life. Endel was my father’s dearest friend and Astrid (Alice) was mine. I was so privileged recently to visit Estonia (a country I never dreamed of visiting) and to increase the experience Astrid met myself and my daughter and showed me a part of her family’s beloved homeland. I felt both our Dad’s that day. I also lived with the Terri’s in my second year when my mother was gravely ill in the hospital I have a picture of my second birthday at their kitchen table. I always felt openly welcomed in their home and most of that welcome was from Lonnie’s soft sweet presence. I shared her love of knitting and I am so happy to have had visits with her recently. Thank you for sharing the video of her earthly farewell. I share your grief I will miss her gentle soul. Love you all, extra hugs to you Astrid!! Much love,