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A CELEBRATION OF HER LIFE
Date of Birth December 12, 1957
Date of Passing April 15, 2019
from Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Terri Lynn Costigan born on December 1,2, 1957 in Kansas City, Missouri to Phillip and Mary Costigan. On April 15, 2019, the Lord took her home.
Terri Was preceded in death by her father Phillip Costigan.
She was survived by mother Mary Costigan, her son Phillip Cole, wife Amanda Cole, her daughter Wendy Fryar, husband Gerald Fryar, her grandchildren Daniel, Alexiah, DeAunte’, Sirae’, Tae, Jakyri, Tia, and Emelia, her great-grandchildren Jakyri and Mia Drew, brother Stephen Costigan , his wife Elsie Costigans, her nieces Casey Wineland, Christi Phillipo, Kendall Ellsworth, brother Keith Costigan, his wife Sandy Costigan, and her nephews Keith, Scott and Zachariah.
Terri attended Thousand Oaks High School in California, then graduated in 1975. Terri competed in Conejo Valley Pagent and won Miss Congeniality Award. She always carried a smile on her that would be instantly contagious, her spirit was pure and sweet she would give any stranger the shirt off her back. Terri enjoyed being active in bowling, softball, archery tournament competitions, poker, and her biggest enjoyment in her life was dancing. Terri was shortly in her later years diagnosed with a crippling disease Rheumatoid Arthritis. She was no small achiever by no means. Despite the years of continuous physical pain, she carried a confident beautiful smile as if she weren’t in any.
Terri was not afraid of anything. When a storm would come, she would say “ oh it will pass, nothing to be scared of, God is with us.” She lived a life of no limits and no fear. Terri is the absolute strongest woman we now know. Her ambition and aspiration in life was nothing short of amazing. It was an honor to cross paths with her if you did. Terri requested to be celebrated not mourned! As her life goes on for eternity in the heavens, we will always carry her in our hearts forever, infinity and beyond (her words ).
” I can do all things through Christ that strengthens me”- Philippians 4:13
Presented by Pastor Stanley Coleman
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