Terry Lynn Hendrix-Wilson-Harrison
July 27, 1961 to March 24,2021
On March 24, 2021 Terry’s angel wings were ready even though our hearts were not.
Terry was born July 27, 1961 in St. Joseph, MO to James H. Hendrix Sr. and Beverly Everett.
In 1974 her family moved to Meridian, ID, where she attended Meridian Jr and Sr High School.
She graduated from West Covina High School in CA. In 2001, she graduated from Missouri Western University, with a degree in banking and finance.
Terry married Mark Wilson, they resided in St. Joseph, MO, where they raised two daughters Tiffany and Samantha. In 2011, Terry moved to Ontario, OR to help care for her mother. Terry reconnected with her high school sweetheart Paul Harrison Jr. Terry worked at Telmate, later known as GTL in Ontario, OR.
She also worked for H & R Block in Missouri, Idaho, and Oregon.
Terry is Survived by her husband Paul Harrison Jr., daughters Tiffany (Roger) Kieser and Samantha Bittiker, stepchildren Wanda (Ken), David and Ben, her mother Beverly Kline, sister Rita (Steve) Pasha, brother James Lee (Christy) Hendrix, stepmom Liz Miller. Grandchildren Dakota, Colton and Kady Bittiker and DeeAnne Kieser. Great granddaughter Elouise Rae Lynn Bittiker. As well as many step grandchildren and great grandchildren, that she loved as her own. As well as many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews and many cousins and friends.
Preceded in death by her brothers Steve Hendrix, James H. Hendrix Jr., Jimmy Ray Hendrix. Her father James H. Hendrix Sr. Maternal grandparents Elizabeth (Betty) and Paul Dudley and Leonard Everett. Paternal grandparents Walter and Mamie Hendrix. Step father Ron Dawson. Father-in-law Donald Wilson, As well as many Aunts, Uncles, and cousins.
No Services will be held at this time, a celebration of life to be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers please donate to your favorite charity.
Arrangements are under the direction of Bowman Funeral Parlor of Garden City.
Penny (Peters) Grable saysMarch 29, 2021 at 5:10 pm
Sorry to hear this. Terry and I were friends practically the whole time she lived in St. joseph.
She would call me “Missouri Mule” and I would call her “Idaho Potato”. We shared a lot of good memories together. So sorry for the families loss. Penny (Peters) Grable