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Mary Lou Terry

Mary Lou Terry
1929 – 2016
Mary Lou Terry, 87 years young, of Craig, Colorado, went to be with Heavenly Father on November 04, 2016. Visitation and a Rosary will be held at Grant Mortuary beginning at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 10, 2016. Mary Lou Terry’s services will be conducted at St. Michael Catholic Church located at 678 School Street in Craig, Colorado staring at 10:00 a.m. Interment will follow the services at Craig Cemetery. A luncheon will be held at the Catholic Church after internment. Mary Lou’s family appreciates Grant Mortuary & Crematory of Craig, Colorado for their help. Mary Lou Drolc was married to James Elmer Terry on June 12, 1948. They were married for 68 years on June 12, 2016. Mary Lou was born in Craig, Colorado on August 27, 1929. She graduated from Moffat County High School in May of 1948. Mary Lou worked at various jobs over the years, but her favorite jobs were being a wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother. Mary Lou is survived by her husband James Terry, Daughter Marcia Sfreddo (Johnny), Daughter Marsha Scullion, Son David Terry (Wayne), Daughter-in-laws Elaine Terry and Robynn Terry. Grandchildren; Michelle Peters (Mark), Bobbi Atwood (Eric), Christine Bryan, Marcelle Scullion (Danny Gill), Matt Terry, Nick Terry (Tiffany) and Mari Scullion. Great grandchildren; Dakota and Camdon Richardson, Mitchell Atwood (Kait), Billy Atwood, Krista Atwood, Trenton Atwood, Zane Duran, Reilly Scullion, Daniel JR Gill, Luke Peters (Maegan McGruder), Rachel Peters, Dante Terry and Micah Terry. Great-great-grandchildren; Haileigh Atwood, Brigham Atwood, Isaiah Atwood, and Benjamin Peters. Mary Lou is preceded in death by her parents Martha and Frank Drolc, Brothers Robert Drolc and Ronald Drolc, Sisters Betty Paletta and Marva Rae Bruno, Sons Daniel Terry and James (Tony) Terry and Sonin law Michael Scullion and Great granddaughter Zoey Richardson.


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