Terri L. Peck
April 16, 1957 – December 14, 2019
Terri L. Peck, 62, of Delhi passed away Saturday, December 14, 2019 at home surrounded by her loving family.
She was born April 16, 1957 in Oneonta, New York the daughter of Fred Barkalow and Wanda Johnson.
Terri graduated from Delaware Academy, Delhi the Class of 1976.
For many years, Terri was the receptionist for the Delaware County Drug & Alcohol Center until her retirement in 2014.
She was an avid sports fan and especially loved the NY Mets. Every year, Terri looked forward to her Fantasy Football League. But the highlights of her life were her two grandchildren, Adalynn and Landon who she just adored.
Terri is survived by her fiancé, Fred DuMond, Delhi; her mother, Wanda Aikens, Delhi; two children, Jessica (Jonathan) Schultz, Delhi and Jeffery Peck, Delhi; two grandchildren, Adalynn and Landon Schultz, Delhi; best friend, Stacy (Butch) Smith, Walton; siblings, Fred (Pam) Barkalow, Delhi, Christy (Steven) Llewellyn, Oneonta and Dennis Kinch, Delhi; aunt, Ruth (Lynwood)Kinch, Delhi; nieces and nephews, Jamie Conway, Matthew Barkalow, Lauren Sherwood. She was predeceased by stepfather, Bill Aikens; baby brother, David Kinch; and several aunts and uncles.
Terri’s family would like to thank the staff at Helio’s Care for all of their care and support given to Terri and her family.
At Terri’s request there will be no calling hours or services.
For those who wish memorial donations may be made to the Heart of the Catskills Humane Society, PO Box 88, 46610 State Highway 10, Delhi, New York 13753 in loving memory of Terri L. Peck.
Online condolences may be made by visiting www.bennettfh.com
Arrangements are by the Kenneth L. Bennett Funeral Home, Franklin.
- Heart of the Catskills Humane Society
Terri L. Peck
December 19, 2019
Terri and I worked together for many years in Hamden. She was a wonderful co-worker with a memory for people's names, dates and events that never failed us when we needed her help.
She could tell plenty of stories and her humor made me laugh even on the most difficult days at work.
After I retired, Terri and I became even better friends and would often talk about our families, our children and then grandchildren.
I was grateful to her for teaching me a lot about sports which made me sound much more knowledgeable in that area to my sons than I really was.
Her love for her family, her children, Fred, her grandchildren, her pets, her school and community came through loud and clear.
I will miss Terri very much.
My deepest condolences to the family.