Teresa Lynn Bordner
1952 - 2020
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Teresa Lynn Bordner
68
Teresa Lynn (Kelley) Bordner, 68, of Orofino, Idaho, passed away at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Lewiston, Idaho of natural causes on Saturday, September 5th, with her loving husband, Gary Bordner, by her side.
Teresa was born in Des Moines, Iowa to William Patrick Kelley, Sr. and Marilyn June Kelley on March 1, 1952.
She married Gary Bordner on July 3, 1995 (the love of her life) and lived in Orofino, Idaho.
Teresa was preceded in death by her mother, Marilyn and father, William whom she deeply missed.
Teresa is survived by her loving husband, Gary; her twin brothers William P. Kelley, Jr. (Jan), Robert M. Kelley (Elaine) and sister Kathleen Kelley Ohnsman (Rick). Teresa has three sons, David Scarone; Steve Scarone (Lewis), Jeff Scarone; and two granddaughters, MaKayla Curtis and Anallis Scarone as well as several nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to an animal shelter of your choice or to the Alzheimer's Association at www.alz.org, in memory of her loving mother, Marilyn.
Teresa will be laid to rest in a private ceremony at the Idaho Veteran's Cemetery in Boise, Idaho.

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Published in Idaho Statesman on Sep. 9, 2020.
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November 18, 2020
I met Teresa (Teri) in 1967 through her brothers Bill Jr. and Bob playing junior league baseball. We never dated but stared at each other a lot! We moved away to So Cal that same summer they moved to Van Nuys. We got together a couple times after. I last saw Teri the summer of 1971 i think she was in nursing training? well when we saw each other our big time hug re ignited our friendship. Such a wonderful compassionate woman. Sad to say during this epidemic that i had time on my hands and looked her up and found that she had passed. To all her family , my sincere condolences. What a huge loss for you and all of us that had the honor of knowing her.
Barry Hendrickson
Friend
September 16, 2020
I know that it's important to love our neighbors.
Jesus tells us to love our neighbors..like ourselves.
So it's important to get right with the Lord.
I'm Lucky to have lewis and Steve as my neighbors
DINA ROSSIN
Friend
September 11, 2020
Gary and family. Gary I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your wife. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Lynn Guyer
September 9, 2020
A kind,caring ❤ and a resilient lady she will surely be missed. Deepest condolences to Teresa's family , never forgotten
Monica Flores
Friend
September 9, 2020
I love you grandma! Thankful for all the wonderful memories we had! You will be dearly missed.❤ -MaKayla
MaKayla Curtis
Grandchild
September 9, 2020
My name is Joe Follett son of Bernie Kelley Follett, Bills sister. My brothers and sister are; Charles (70), Tom (67ish) me (62), Mary Jane (60) and Ed (59) we are the Iowa cousins of Bill, Bob, Theresa and Kathy.
I can speak for Mary Jane and Ed that we thought the Kelleys kids were the coolest! They were our cool west coast cousins. We would associate the Kelley cousins when we would hear the west coast music of the 60’s and 70’s, or when we heard of news coming out of California we would wonder if they knew all about it. And they were cool, I should say are cool. We sure loved their patients!
Bill and Theresa were older than I was, they hung out with Bill Wimmer, Gary Wimmer (Uncle Bill’s sister Margaret and Chuck Wimmer’s kids), Charlie and Tom so I didn’t know them as well as I knew Bob and Theresa. I say “know them”, we would only get together once a year, but our patients kept us informed of how well everyone was doing so it felt like we knew each other.
Kathy and I were sad to hear that Theresa was failing and sad to hear she died. We want to extend our sympathies to the west coast families, and know the Iowa families are thinking of you.
Joe and Kathy Follett
joe follett
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