OBITUARY

Teresa P. Ribble

March 8, 1959September 7, 2018

Teresa P. Ribble born March 8, 1959, passed September 7, 2018. Survived by her husband William Kelly, father Robert Ribble, Sr., mother Priscilla Joy Ribble, brothers Robert Ribble, Jr. and Russell Ribble. Further survived by nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, other relatives and friends. Teresa will be remembered as a lover of music, Johnny Depp and her fur babies. She loved life and never met a stranger. She will be greatly missed and fondly remembered by her family and the many friends she made along her life’s journey. A Celebration of Life for Teresa will be held at the River Community Church, 18668 N. St. Vrain Drive, Lyons, CO 80540, September 12, 2018 at 11:00 am. There will be a reception at the church following the services.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Wednesday, September 12, 2018
REMEMBERING

Teresa P. Ribble

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Bobby Ribble

September 15, 2018

No words can tell you how much I’m going to miss you. I will miss the phone call everyday as I set in traffic trying to get home from work, and yes Teresa they did put enough spikes down for the fake grass to hold it down. Me and hundreds of people you’ve impacted over the years will love you, and miss you very much!

Thomas Culver

September 13, 2018

T, I don’t know where to even begin, but I know for certain that I will miss you so much. The world will not be the same without you.

I remember you always reminding me of the times you and Tammy would sit around our dining room table and place me in the middle of the table while you guys gossiped. You’d always say that I was so curious as to what and who you two were talking about. I was just a little guy but you had fond memories of those times.

I remember growing up and discovering what “good” music was from you and Tammy. Going to all the concerts we went to together and just laughing our asses off the whole time. Memories I will have forever.

I could go on and on about the fun times at your “Junesta Fiesta”, drinking margaritas, listening to music, or just eating “medicinal” tootsie rolls and acting crazy. You were always Tammy’s best friend and mine as well.

I love you T, and I know that you wouldn’t want me or anyone to be sad moving forward. You will always be in our hearts and your spirit will truly live on here forever.

Love,
Thomas

Kayleen Biesanz

September 13, 2018

Teresa Ribble went to school with my mom Sally Endres they were good friends, When my mom passed away Teresa Ribble had been there for me and gave me more good memories of my mom I didn’t know, Teresa enjoy and have fun in heaven with you passed friends and family give mom a hug for me.

Vicki Senesac

September 12, 2018

As I walked the old south today your always smiling face was the sun, and I heard your laughter in the trees, your always in my heart girly girl❤️🌹Vick chick

Dan Gamble

September 12, 2018

I first met Teresa when she came to see my band play. We soon discovered a connection as my father, Glenn Gamble, had been her high school math teacher at Lyons. Since that time she came to see me play several times, and always showed up at our annual Christmas Singalong with Steve Clark and Tim Elliott. I can still hear her asking for those "6 Johnny Depps" when we did the "12 Days of Christmas" song. Teresa was a kind and fun person who I will think of every year when we do the Christmas Singalong. Heaven has a beautiful new angel.

Debra Schmitz (Nelson)

September 12, 2018

Teresa was filled with life, always with smile on her face. Bill my heart goes out to you and your family. Love you!

Sherri Pfleiger-Elliott

September 12, 2018

I remember Teresa and I having a discussion about trail mix, of all things, and how much we both loved a good one. She just smiled and said "Just wait till you try mine!" A week later she came over with a gallon bag stuffed so full it almost wouldn't zip shut, full of trail mix. But not just M&Ms and peanuts....oh no, not Teresa! It was filled with huge pieces of chocolate, some of it spicy. Exotic nuts, high quality dried fruits, delicious tidbits of all sorts. I know it cost a fortune to make. It was ridiculously heavy and took nearly 8 months to eat. That is what Teresa was was like....she went all out if she did something for you. She was full of sass and love. She loved the connection and healing that music brings to our lives, and was always at someone's show to be a part of that energy.
I could never get enough of her infectious smile, her easy manner, her monumental hugs, but now somehow I'll have to do without. With great saddness I say goodbye for now, dear lady. See you on the other side, T! We will all miss you terribly.

Mike Serena

September 12, 2018

Tres we are gonna miss you and your smile I'm glad that you and my best friend got together you have been such a great friend I'm gonna miss you and the conversation we had even though we didn't always agree but we alway made our peace . I send my condolences to Bill and your family during these hard times and may the good lord watch over them

Jayne Cassity

September 11, 2018

Such a bright spot in so many peoples lives, Teresa will be so very missed. Always zany fun clear back to high school years - I am so glad that I got to reconnect with you so many years later and so many miles away from our little town that we all love so much.
Anytime I see anything purple, a crazy pair of shoes, hear a great rock & roll song or have a margarita your memory will bring a smile to my face.
Peace and love to Bill and all of the family.

Kathy Burks

September 11, 2018

Teresa, you helped me so much after Sandy passed away. I will never forget your beautiful spirit and zest for life! I love you my dear friend!💜💜