Theresa "Terri" Kuerschner
1957 - 2021
Donohue Funeral Home - Upper Darby
8401 W Chester Pike
Upper Darby, PA
With profound sadness, we mourn the sudden death on Sept. 11, 2021, of Theresa (Terri) Frampton Kuerschner.
Terri was born on Sept. 23, 1957, in Grove City, the daughter of Charles and Louise Duffy Frampton.
She was a former member of St. Anthony Church in Forestville, Pa.
Terri graduated from Slippery Rock High School, and Shippensburg State College, where she met and married Jeffery Kuerschner. Together they raised two sons, Ben and Nathan Kuerschner.
She was a library assistant at Sellers Library in Upper Darby, Pa., where she lived.
Her joy of living (always the life of any gathering) and intelligent conversation will be sorely missed.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Jeff in 2012; and by her father, Charles in 2010.
Terri is survived by her sons, Ben and Nathan Kuerschner, both of California; her brother, Chuck/Tim (Meredith) of Acton, Mass.; another brother, Tracy (Jean) of Slippery Rock Township; and her mother and best friend, Louise Frampton.
Also surviving are five nieces, Devon (Elijah Waring) Frampton, Danielle Frampton, and Elizabeth, Katie and Lauren Kuerschner, who are the daughters of Steve and Julie Kuerschner; one nephew, Conor Frampton; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.
She leaves behind memories of a lifetime of laughter and joy.
KUERSCHNER - Relatives and friends of Theresa (Terri) Frampton Kuerschner, who died Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021, are invited to visit the family from 11 a.m. until noon Friday at Donohue Funeral Home, 8401 W. Chester Pike, Upper Darby, Pa., and to her funeral service at noon.
Interment will be private.
In lieu of flowers, contributions would be appreciated and can be made in Theresa's name to Rails to Trails Conservancy, 2121 Ward Court NW, 5th Floor, Washington, DC 20037, or
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Published by Butler Eagle on Sep. 16, 2021.
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The Donohue Funeral Home - Upper Darby
8401 West Chester Pike, Upper Darby, PA
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Dear Ben and Nate- I hope you remember me and I'm sorry I missed your mom's memorial. I just learned about her death today. I'm Ian and Grace Winter's mom who you 2 used to play with when you were kids. I have very good memories of those days and the fun you kids would have. I have the BEST memories of your mom. When we lived in UD I visited the library on a frequent basis. Terri was always there - being loving and cheerful to all the patrons. Best of all though, we always had time for a chat to catch up on what you kids were doing or just everything in general. Those are my best memories of Terri. Also, your parents thew a gracious and fun New Year's day party for many years. Adults and kids got to hang out, have fun and eat the great food your parents made. Miss Jeff too. So sorry for your loss. I'd love to know how you 2 are doing. Please email me if you get a chance. You're great kids. Hope you're doing well in Cali. Love, Kathy
Kathy Schreiber
September 18, 2021
I have known Terri almost all my life. Our families were together all the time. Terri was the sister I never had. We were inseparable growing up. You were taken from us way too soon. Words cannot say what I am feeling. Prayers and thoughts to Louise, Tim, Tracy, Nathan and Ben. Cherish the memories.
Cher Hubbard
September 18, 2021
I have known Terri since kindergarten. We attended both Sunday school and public school together thru highschool. She always had a smile on her face , kind eyes on and would light up a room. She was a tenacious wiffleball ball player and the best friend a person could ever have. May have and be her happy home!
Elaine Tonelli
September 16, 2021
My deepest sympathies to Terri´s family and friends. I have many fond memories of growing up with her in Harrisville. Prayers of comfort and peace during this sad time.
Dana Himes Roman
September 16, 2021
Dear Tracy and Family, So very sorry for your loss. May your fond memories of Terri help to bring you peace and comfort in the difficult days ahead. God Bless, Jacquie and Ron Isacco
Jacquie and Ron Isacco
September 16, 2021
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