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Terry Bramhill

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Terry Bramhill

Place of birth: None

Religious affiliation: Other

Beloved wife of Doug Bramhill of RR 3 Palmerston for 43 years. Loving mother of Jennifer and her husband Corrie van Tol of Farewell, Josie and her husband Jeff Garner of Guelph, and Jessie Bramhill of Guelph. Cherished grandmother of Shelby and Allie van Tol.
Daughter of Gloria Fallis of Mount Forest and the late Joseph Walker. Sister of Joanne Houston and Paul Campbell of London, Dave Walker of Bayfield, Lannie and Heather Walker of Ayton and Tracy Gatis and Sandy Cameron of Halifax. Sister-in-law of the late Marilyn and her husband Bryon Fritz of Minto and Judith Bramhill of Toronto. Fondly remembered by many nieces, nephews and friends.

Taken from this life too early, this loving mother of three girls enjoyed the outdoors and babysitting her grandchildren. Terry had a travel bug and would escape the cold winters for the warm sun in Florida. She was selfless in her volunteer work for disaster relief after Hurricane Katrina and the tornadoes in Florida. She was a great runner, weight lifter and baseball player for the Moorefield Hilltops. Terry even carried a torch in the 1988 Olympic torch relay.
Terry had a love for animals especially horses. She spent her spare time in the summer tending to her flower beds. She could often be seen driving proudly her 1996 Buick Roadmaster. She had a love for reading Sylvia Brown and watching Joyce Meyer on TV. She would often rise at 6:30am to just be entertained by the hosts of Canada AM. She enjoyed getting together regularly with the “Rummoli Girls”. She loved the challenge of a good Sudoku puzzle or crime drama.
Terry taught her daughters to stick up for themselves, she taught them how to be independent and not sweat the small stuff. Terry had a very positive outlook on life, her purpose in life and the afterlife. She was a spiritual person with a devotion to Christianity. She was a fantastic listener and would always be there for you when you needed it.

As per Terrys’ wishes, please join us for a Celebration of Life on Saturday June 20th from 2 pm to 4 pm at the Palmerston Christian Reformed Church at 400 Whites Road in Palmerston.

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