TeriDawn Lindsay Mounteer

Layton, Utah

Oct 5, 1957 – May 14, 2018 (Age 60)


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1957 ~ 2018TeriDawn Lindsay Mounteer, 60, passed away Monday, May 14, 2018 at her home peacefully surrounded by loved ones after a long and courageous battle with ovarian cancer.Teri, daughter of Steve and Patricia Lindsay, was born October 5, 1957 in Ogden, Utah. Teri spent her early years in...

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Scott, and Pat and Steve,
We were saddened but relieved for TeriDawn for her. She was a fighter. My sister only lasted 3 years with her ovarian cancer. We have been very impressed with your steadfastness in spite of your trials. We miss Mutton Hollow and our friends but it has been good to be close to 3 of our children.
We pray for the best possible at this time.
Everett and Myrna

I had the pleasure of becoming friends with Teri in the early 80's when she and I worked together at Eastern Airlines. I moved back to the east coast years later, but Teri and I still visited each other, and I will always hold those wonderful memories in my heart. She was truly a beautiful person, both inside and out.
My prayers are with her family.
May she rest in peace....

Dear Boyd/Scott and family,

I will miss Teri very much. I speak for all the the nurses, volunteers, and staff at the Huntsman Infusion Clinic. I met Teri many years ago in the Clinic. We had a instant connection. We laughed, discussed life, as I witnessed and took care of her while getting treatment. Treatment that was saving her life and taking so much out of her physically. But her spirit always lighted the room. Scott was always there to support her in the Infusion Clinic. I am...

Dear Scott and family,
I remember fondly being a Davis High cheerleader with TeriDawn. I can still hear her laugh. She was a lot of fun to be with.
I'm so sorry for your loss.

Scott so sorry about your wife. She was an amazing person.

Love your friend,
Victor Castellano


I say this today and my heart broke. I went to school with both you and TeriDawn in Kaysville. I am sorry to hear of your loss. Grief is so hard, but your special memories can help. You two had so many years together with many memories to pull from. Be easy on yourself as you walk through this grief.

Liz (Drew) Lucido Class of '76

Scott Family, Pat and Steve,
We were so sad to hear about TeriDawn. She is beautiful! I remember her baby sitting for us.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time.
What a courageous battle she fought with that big smile.
Your neighbors,
The Swenson's

Scott and family its with deepest sympathy for your loss. Our thoughts and our prayers are with you and your family.

TO THE MOUNTEER FAMILY, my deepest condolences go out to you,Teri was beautiful inside and out, I remember having conversations with her,and the topic of the conversation was always about family,Teri was such a blessing to every life that she touched she is truly an angel. I remember the day I met Teri at Delta Airlines and my first impression of her was what a beautiful smile. TERI is an incredible inspiration and I'm honored that I knew her. With deepest sympathy, Sharon Blevins