Teresa G. Mills
04/20/1961 - 06/08/2020
Obituary For Teresa G. Mills
Teresa G. Mills age 59 of Fairfield passed away Monday June 8, 2020 at Mercy Hospital of Fairfield. She was born April 20, 1961 in Hamilton, Ohio. Teresa worked as a home heath care aide for many years. She enjoyed the outdoors and spending time with her family. She is survived by her father Howard (Catherine) Samples; two daughters Madison Mills and Morganne Mills; four grandchildren Alexis, Easton, Audrianna, and Olivia, and one sister Sandra (Randy) Clay. Visitation at THE WEBSTER FUNERAL HOME 3080 Homeward Way at Rt. 4, Fairfield on Friday June 12, 2020 from 10:00 AM until the time of the funeral service at 12:00 PM, with Rev. Arvil Jones, officiating. Burial to follow in Rose Hill Burial Park. www.websterfuneralhomes.com
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Reese, I know we were only engaged recently but we were SOUL MATES Forever and will always be together in spirit.... G-d knows that and I WILL LOVE YOU FOREVER : I am missing you so much, and always will....... (She knows). We had so much fun and laughs and LOVE together. I WILL LOVE HER FOREVER AND EVER.... [SEE YOU SOON, MY DARLING]
Your smile and laugh would light up any room. You will be missed by many. Prayers and love to your family.
We met in High School.we hung out a lot with our other High School friends. We had a lot of good times.i will never forget you Teresa .we called you Dick Butkus!! Always full of laughter and smiles.you will never be forgotten.Teresa you touched so many lives.I love you and you will always have a piece of my heart.For some reason God called you to be with him.I know you are at peace with your mom,Howie and Joe.And Penny...til we meet again,Katherine Jordan
This is hard to write about u in past tense it's so unbelievable that you are not with us. A couple 2weeks ago we chatted and my heart was happy. You told me that you were beginning a new life and that you were doing good. My heart was elated to hear from you I told u I loved you 'meant every word. Our teenage years were nothing but being awesome! We became all grown up and had different lives. Life has given us many sour apples and we dealt with. I have this memory of walking to this little grocery store .... watermelon bubble gum ' could not get enough of that delicious stuff. I love so much and u will be misses by many' go fly high with the Angel's. I can just imagine you partying with all our loves. That contagious laugh of yours. Forever in my heart.
My heart goes to the family. Praying for you all. So, loved and missed
I never forget when our family went to visit, Teresa, and family. Teresa, always smiling, such a sweet woman, I spent the night with Teresa, we talked, laughing had a blast. Fly high R. I. P. My 1 cousin. Love ya Debbie
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