Born in: Belmond, Iowa
Resided in: Fremont, California

Terry Lee Keleher entered into rest unexpectedly on November 04, 2020 at the age of 67.  Born May 11, 1953 in Belmond, Iowa, she moved to Fremont Ca. in 1964 where she grew up and graduated from John F. Kennedy High School in 1971. She attended San Jose State University and earned an AA degree in History.  She enjoyed reading, crocheting, and cooking.  For 10 years she worked for Lucky Stores in the Bakery Department, and after 10 years with Rogers Camping Trailers of Fremont Ca., she retired in 2016.

Terry is survived by her loving mother Irene Keleher of Fremont Ca, and dearest sister Debbie Pennelly and husband Paul of Fremont, Ca., and sister in law Luanne Keleher of Hayward, Ca.,  also survived by many beloved nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her father Robert Keleher and her brother Michael Keleher.

Family and friends are invited to share memories on the Berge Pappas Smith Chapel of the Angels, Fremont web site.

Terry- “TT” will remain in our thoughts and in our hearts forever.

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  1. Sandy and I want to send our heart felt condolence to Grandma Irene and the Family of the passing of Terry. As life goes by and the older we get it seems that we all see the passing of loved ones . Some young and some older. I have often pondered this why God takes us at different ages .. given my thoughts on this I can only conclude two things from this. One is that God has selected this child our loved one to return home to him to help with an assignment that only in this case Terry could do and she could not do it from her earthly life. The second is I feel that we are tested here on earth to help Strengthen us for what reason I do not know and don’t understand yet. I do know in Grandma Irene’s case she in my opinion has paid her dues or whatever it is we gain from this , you have seen the passing of a husband , your son and now a daughter. You must be a special soul in the eyes of God to withstand such a test of this magnitude in your life. May you and your immediate family seek comfort from above at this time in your life. Know you are loved by many . John and Sandra Terry

  2. I remember you from working at Rogers Camping Trailers. I dealt with you a few times. You were always so awesome trying to figure out ways to help me repair something on my trailer. You were such a sweet and caring person. The good Lord took you too soon. Many prayers for you and hugs. God bless you.

  3. CandleTerry you were always very kind I enjoyed talking to you and seeing your pictures on Facebook you will be missed by many. Your cakes you made were awesome Sending my condolences to the family
    May you Rest In Peace
    Love the Castro family


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