Theresa Gorman

June 1, 1952November 4, 2018

Theresa Gorman was born on June 1, 1952 and passed away on November 4, 2018.


  • Visitation Friday, November 9, 2018
  • Visitation Friday, November 9, 2018
  • Visitation Friday, November 9, 2018

Theresa Gorman

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deborah Murray

November 9, 2018

Theresa may you rest in peace and fly high with the angels!!

Dawn Borrelli

November 9, 2018

Theresa Gorman..... there's so much to say, I don't know where to start. From the first day we met, we "clicked". When the time came that we were not working together anymore, I thought we'd lose touch, but Theresa made sure that never happened, we actually became closer. She is one of the most caring, compassionate and selfless people I have ever known, she is a natural born nurturer and loved taking care of people! We always had the best conversations, from long heart to hearts, to being silly and laughing till you cry. If you were ever in need of a strong shoulder to cry on, her's was it. I have to stop now cause I can't even see what I'm writing now. To my "Witchie" from "Pinhead".... I love you and I will miss you forever!!

Bryan Johnson

November 8, 2018

There will truly never be another Theresa Gorman. She cared deeply about her friends and especially her family, whom she loved fiercely. She was passionate in her affections. There was nothing "lukewarm" about her! I got to know her pretty well, having shared an office with her for 8 years at a place where we both worked some years ago. As I think back over those years, my eyes well up with tears but also I remember countless good times we had, and of course, her laughter... Like the song says, "So it's the laughter we will remember." Every year, I would call and catch up with her around her birthday time. However, for whatever reason, this year I did not. Although I often thought of her and would remind myself all through summer, "Call Theresa...Call Theresa," alas, I never did. I guess I thought there'd always be time. In our phone conversations, we would inevitably talk about getting together the next time I was in town. And we would always end our calls by saying "I love you." Theresa, I'm so glad we were friends. We'll miss you terribly. May you rest in peace, my dear.

Rosanne Rosano

November 7, 2018

Theresa from the moment I met her many years ago stood out for being kind, caring, honest and sincere. She did not hold back her opinions but her words were never unkind. She cared deeply for her brothers and sisters and put their needs ahead of hers; something not many are capable of doing as she often did. She was also extremely generous with both family and friends. When it was no longer possible to get-together in person, long phone conversations became the norm. Theresa was always interested in how everyone in my family was doing and remembered every detail of every conversation. I will miss those phone calls though not as much as I will miss her presence in my life. But she is at peace now and for that I am grateful. And I will end my final farewell to you, my good friend, as you ended so many of our phone conversations "Good Night Now".