Terri Lamsdale

September 23, 1957July 22, 2020

Terri (Treon) Lamsdale was “Beamed up” to be with her LORD and savior on Wednesday, July 22, 2020 in Miamisburg, Ohio due to COVID-19. She was taken way too soon and has left an enormous hole in the hearts of all who knew and loved her.

Terri is survived by her son Brandon (Stephanie) Lamsdale; daughter, Stephanie (Keith) Stidham; five wonderful grandchildren: Lucas, Anna, Jonathan, Charlotte and Marshall; her father, Victor Treon; 2 sisters, Elaine (Treon) (Jones) Vertonghen (Eddy) and Kerri (Treon) Abney (Neil); her mother-in-law Doris (Powers) Lamsdale; brother-in-Law Kenneth Snyder; several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, and her best friend/chosen sister, Laura Moss.

She is preceded in death by her husband and soulmate of almost 40 years, Ronald Joseph (Joe) Lamsdale; her mother, Imogene (Metcalf) (Treon) Schmidt; father-in-law Fred Lamsdale; and her sister-in-law Deborah (Lamsdale) Snyder.

Terri was born on September 23, 1957, and spent her whole life living in the Dayton, Ohio area, but traveling across the states. She was a 1975 graduate of West Carrollton High School and spent most of her professional career as an ISO Consultant. She loved her family, friends, and faith with her whole heart. Her husband, children, and grandchildren were the lights of her life and the purpose for everything she did. She looked for the positive in every situation and person. She had a heart of gold and often helped others with random acts of kindness, often anonymously. She was always up for a good laugh or some joking around; you couldn’t be around her or talk to her and not laugh at least once, no matter what the conversation was about. She leaves a legacy of outstanding morals, a fun-loving spirit, and many laughs and jokes that will live forever through all those who had the privilege of knowing her.

Terri did not want a funeral or flowers but instead would like you to pay it forward with a random act of kindness to someone else, anonymously, in her spirit. There will be a celebration of life for Terri and Ron set for a later date. If you would like to attend, please send an email to The family will contact you when it is safe to gather, and plans are finalized.


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Jennifer Ringer

July 30, 2020

I had the pleasure of taking care of terri at heartland of miamiaburg.she always said i was one of her favorite agency aides..she loved when i was working because i always made sure she was taken care of..its not going to be the same when i pick up there again...sorry for your loss..

Vickie Sexton

July 29, 2020

We went to church together and school.Terri was a very good friend to all. So sorry to hear this.

Marie Pugh

July 27, 2020

Wow, what a shock to hear of your passing. I have great memories from when we met at the Pillar of Truth, with fun times and lots of laughter through the years. You will be missed and not forgotten. ❤️

Fran Tittle

July 25, 2020

So shocked to hear of your loss. Terri, Elaine, Lisa Mitchell and I had such great times together. Not only in church but outside too, spending weekends with you guys were awesome. Loved Us being friends. Terri, you will be greatly missed but you will be in a special place in my heart and memories forever. Greiving your loss and praying Peace for your family.

Sharon Deeter (Whitaker

July 23, 2020

My friend so wanted to see you, but now it will be with Jesus. I’m so looking forward to that day! We had a fun from the first day we met. Memories will live KJV in my heart ❤️ like going to Dairy Queen during lunch and driving back in your little car before the bell! My sincere sympathy to the family .
Sharon (Whitaker) Deeter

wayne bell

July 23, 2020

Terri and I met in high school, when along with Sharon and Rhonda we attended morning prayer meetings. I will always remember Terri's dedication to the Lord and her faithfulness. There is no doubt that she loved the Lord and is waiting to meet again in Heaven. The greatest memorial gift each of us could provide to honor her is to take a moment to reflect on our individual relationship with God and make certain that we are right with Him.

Rhonda Bolin

July 22, 2020

I am so sad to hear the news of Terri’s passing! I tried to reach her last night and didn’t get an answer. Prayers of peace and comfort for her family, her children and grandchildren.

Terri and I, along with Sharon and Wayne, were the best of friends in high school. Life took us all in different directions but she and I touched base every now and then. We reconnected about a year ago and have remained in close contact. I’m thankful for that time with her - loved getting to hear about her children and grands and her life’s journey with them and the love of her life, her husband of many years! I will miss her! Rest In Peace sweet friend!