Teresa Lynn (McClish) David

February 8, 1961July 9, 2018

Teresa "Terri" Lynn (McClish) David, 57, went home to be with Our Father on July 9th, 2018. Terri was born to Thomas McClish and Judy McLochlin on February 8th, 1961 in Elwood, Indiana. Terri graduated from Kokomo High School, class of 1979, then went on to graduate from St. Elizabeth Nursing School in Lafayette, Indiana. Terri worked for General Motors for 17 years, and was a member of the UAW Local #292.

Terri enjoyed taking care of her yard and tending to her flowers. Terri loved to make everyone laugh and had a wonderful sense of humor. She was the best "fur-baby mommy" to her pets throughout her life. Her friends and family will miss her very much.

Terri leaves behind her mother, Judy (Pat) McLochlin; siblings Kyle (Rene) McClish, Jana Legan, and Don (Laura) Sedberry; sister-in-law Teresa McClish; half brother, Randy Sipes; 4 step-sisters; uncle John Wilburn; 11 nieces and nephews and 6 great-nieces and nephews, 1 special great-niece, Serenity Legan; "fur-babies" Bella and Eli; and special friend Bob Guffey.

Terri is preceded in passing by her father, Thomas McClish; brother Kevin McClish; brother-in-law Kevin Legan; sister-in-law Patty (Crowder) McClish; and her 6 fur-babies, Butch, Squirt, Princess, Jagger, Eli, and Chloe.

A celebration of life gathering will be held Saturday, July 21st, at Izaac Walton Clubhouse, 2629 South 200 East Kokomo, Indiana 46902 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM. In lieu flowers, memorial contributions can be directed to Pals for Paws, or an animal rescue of your choice. Terri will be laid to rest in Windfall Cemetery at a later date.


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Teresa Lynn (McClish) David

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Margaret Faulkner BSN RN

July 18, 2018

The Nursing Honor Guard serving North Central Indiana would like to express our heartfelt sympathy to the entire David family. We are thankful for Terri's strength, wisdom, soothing words, compassion, gentle healing hands and love of nursing. We are honored to help you celebrate her life. Please know that more than 70 nurses in North Central Indiana are praying for your family.