TERI-MCCARTHY-Obituary

TERI MCCARTHY

Wrentham, Massachusetts

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McCARTHY, Teri Of Wrentham, transitioned to the spiritual world while surrounded by family after a courageous battle with cancer. Teri was a registered nurse for over 45 years. She was a lifelong music lover, her favorite was always the Beatles. She enjoyed the outdoors, especially her trips to...

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My condolences to Teri's family. I worked with her at Primary Care Wellesley. She will be missed.

For over 50 years my soulmate Terri and I shared our lifes journey. Her love, support, encouragement, and humor were unwavering. It is difficult to imagine life without her. I know that I was not the only recipient of her generous heart. Terri, I hope that you now fully see the beauty that you contributed to this world. I suspect that perception is called heaven.

Teri was one of my best friends for over 25 years. Teri was strong spiritual and very funny at times. I will forever miss her physical being but she will forever live in my heart.a

I loved Teri for almost 50 years. She was my spiritual guide and mentor in this life. Her calming nature, humor and gentle spirit will be missed. She is now enjoying the rewards of her earthly journey and she did so with such enormous courage that awed us all. She walked in her own uniqueness among us mere mortals. She was truly one of a kind. My deepest sympathies to Jessica, Mathew, Louise, Steven and Charlie, all her grandchildren and, of course, her lifelong friend JM. Peace and...

We will sorely miss our beloved little sister and our family dinners with Louise. I have been blessed to have known Teri for all but five years of her life. When our sadness passes, we will smile with so many cherished memories of so many happy times spent together through an entire lifetime.

Be happy in your new life, our sweet friend. We will love you forever.

Of all my friends' parents that I knew growing up, Teri was the one that most felt like my own parent. Always showing kindness and generosity, making me feel like part of her family no matter when or what the circumstances were when I'd see her. I will miss her, I'm sorry I couldn't be there to say goodbye in person, and I hope Matt, Jess, the grandkids, and the rest of the family will hold good memories of her for the rest of their lives.