Teri Kirk, 52, of Gaylord, passed away Friday, January 1, 2021.
She was born to Gary and Hazel (Dunham) Harding in Petoskey, Michigan October 27, 1968.
She enjoyed trips to the casino, or just playing poker with friends. Teri made it a regular event to attend a Lions game and was a huge fan no matter their standings. When she wanted to unwind she would look up jewelry paparazzi’s newest addition or with unveiling a ring bomb. Most of all she enjoyed her time with her grandchildren.
Teri was preceded in death by her grandparents, Theodore and Thelma Dunham, Ollie, and Eloise Harding.
She is survived by her husband, Roger; parents, mother Hazel (Rick) Barringer, father, Gary (Helen) Harding; children Jennifer (Adam) Carter, Albert (DeeDee) Gierke, Cassandra (Luke) Magsig, Alicia Hill, Caleb Lowry, Roger Kirk Jr., Josh Kirk, Thomas (Ruschel) Kirk, Bobby (Taylor) Kirk, Gertrude (Austin) Eddy, Kate (Rico) Sifuentes, and Ronnie Heidman; 23 grandchildren; sisters Sherry (John) Timmer, Stacy (Kent) Hilley, Jodie (Chad) Bernadyn, Jason Barringer, Brian Parker, Patrick Lamerson; many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins. She also leaves behind many friends.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the family through the Nelson Funeral Home.
A celebration of life will be held Saturday, January 9, 2021, at Evangelical Free Church, 1649 East M-32, Gaylord, MI 49735 at 1:00 p.m.
Arrangements were entrusted to Nelson Funeral Home & Cremation Service, PO Box 1548, Gaylord, MI 49734.
14 comments on “Teri L. Kirk”
Teri was a sweetheart and will be missed.. I will continue to pray for her family and friends. No more pain or suffering for she is now an angel..
Fly high with the angels cousin. You will be sadly missed. I remember growing up in ‘good ole Dunhamville’ with you. Those were some of the best times as kids. I love you, Teri Lynn.
My heart hurt when I heard of her passing.
To the entire family, my heart goes out to you. I cannot remember NOT knowing Teri!! May you find peace in her memory.
Prayers🙏, we had many years of great memories growing up as neighbors, cousins and friends…may god wrap his hands around you all as you go through this healing time.
I remember Teri came through and provided a lot of comfort when we lost dad. She made sure Roger got down here and I will never forget some of the hard but precious moments we all shared. She was an awesome person and I will never forget how much she touched my soul when it was at its worst! RIP cousin Teri!
I was so sorry to hear of Terri’s passing. My heart hurts for her family. She was such a sweet, kind, and loving person. I know she will be greatly missed.
I’m met Terry at the poker room in Gaylord, she and Roger would come and play, we would win some, we’d lose some, but she always always had a smile on her face. That smile we are all going to miss. I love you guys. If you need anything Roger, I’m a phone call away
So sorry for your loss, Hazel and Gary. Your daughter was a great gal. She and my son were good friends, forever. They also went to school together. Prayers for the family.
My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
I am so sorry for your loss. I have a lot of fond memories of Teri when we were kids growing up. May you find comfort and peace in the days ahead.
I will ALWAYS love and miss Lynn. We talked every week and we prayed together also. i am so sorry for your family’s Loss.
Hazel and family, so sorry. Teri an I were friends, we had a lot of fun working together at Walt’s. God has gained an Angel. I will miss you, RIP. And hugs to all. God Bless.
Even though we didn’t know each other well, I have good memories as a child coming to visit my cousins on dunham road. You will be missed by many. Thoughts and prayers to all the family.