OBITUARY

Teresa J. Breslin

October 10, 1927November 7, 2020

Teresa (Terri) Grieble Breslin Age 93 Passed away in Centerburg, Ohio at home. Born in Altoona, Pa Graduated from Altoona Catholic High School in 1945. Terri was a Homemaker. Worked as a legal secretary at the JAG office at the Pentagon after high school. She was a Member of Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church of New Port Richey, Florida

Terri's Hobbies include, Golf, bridge, having tea parties, line dancing and especially loved to travel. She was a Very active member of Retired United Airlines Employee Association

Predeceased by her husband Paul J Breslin who passed away on 11/8/1995. Predeceased by her parents; Helen Donnelly Joseph Grieble and her sister Kathleen McDermott.

Survived by her son; Paul J Breslin, a daughter; Judy (Breslin) Stadtlander,( son in law) Peter Stadtlander. A sister Helen Anne Epple of Altoona PA. Grandchildren: Chelsea Breslin and Nia (Breslin) Stoken Great Grandchildren: Oaklie and Elsie Breslin

She will be greatly missed by her many friends and family.

Memorial contributions : Heartland Hospice Memorial Fund, 333 N Summit St., PO Box 10086, Toledo, Ohio 43699

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    Monday, November 16, 2020

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    Monday, November 16, 2020

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Arleen Rogers

November 15, 2020

Terri was such a special Lady! She was always funny and very kind.
Wonderful positive attitude! I was one of the many fortunate people she always made feel special. When Terri invited you for tea you knew you had arrived in the neighborhood. I am grateful to have so many wonderful memories of her. Sending much love to
Judy, Pete and PJ.

Karen Learnahan

November 10, 2020


Thank you so much for the time that we got to spend together. You have given me great advice and been a comfort to me through some dark times. I really have missed our "tea times" and lunch dates. We always seemed to find a lot to talk about. Most of all I miss the hugs!
You and your family have always been held close in my heart. My family goes way back with you and Paul( who I always knew as Brode) . Memories are the love left when a person is no longer present. There are many memories and lots of love that will always be with me. Until we meet again my friend, Love and hugs forever.

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