December 19, 1945 – November 13, 2020
Beloved daughter of the late Alfred and the late Adele Rich; dear sister and sister-in-law of Warren Rich (Sandy) and Elliot Rich (Kim); dear aunt of Scott Rich (Cheri), Andy Rich, Jennifer Rosenthal (Craig), Blair Kweskin (Sasha), Alexis Porter, Ryan Rich (Ashley) and Brett Rich; dear great-aunt of Lily Rich, Benjamin Rich, Dylan Rosenthal, Demi Rosenthal, Shay Kweskin, Boden Kweskin and Easton Porter; our dear cousin and friend to so many.
Terri loved teaching her high school English class students after graduating from Washington University. She opened her very successful tech recruiting company which gave her the freedom to travel the world with her friends. More than anything, she was devoted to her family. Although she was not in good health the last five years, her life was made immensely better by her loving, devoted companion and caregiver, Ruby Lathon.
A private graveside service was held. Memorial contributions preferred to the Alzheimer's Association of St Louis or charity of your choice. BERGER MEMORIAL SERVICE
- Alzheimer's Association of St. Louis
Private Family Graveside Service
Sunday, November 15, 2020
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November 25, 2020
Dear Warren & Elliot and Families,
I am so sad at the passing of Terri and I offer my sincere condolences on your loss. We all grew up together in the Delmar loop where you may recall our Hide n Seek games, our Polio fund raising carnivals and other such good times as just kids. I was at 735. I think every building back then had kids we knew.
Rina Rimel Sjolund
November 15, 2020
Dear Warren and Elliot,
I am so sorry to learn of Terri's passing. As you may remember Terri and I met in kindergarten at the Epstein Hebrew Academy and spent our elementary years there. At some point for several years we all lived on the same block of Interdrive in the Delmar Loop. Terri, Beverly Rifkin and I were constant companions in those years. I think back now of those years with much fondness. She was a good friend and a good person.
My sincerest condolences to your family,
Rina Rimel Sjolund
November 14, 2020
Dear Warren and Elliot...I was so sad to hear about Terri. We were friends in high school and I enjoyed seeing her at reunions.
I know that she had started to have memory issues, but she always had a smile and was enjoyable to be with.
My deepest condolences to you and your family.
Suzie (Salsman) Shoub
November 13, 2020
Morris Levine and I would meet Terri and her friend, Marjie Shenberg, at Coco's/Reuben's for drinks and to listen to music by a 2-man group called "Dichotomy" in the early 1970's. Terri was beautiful and warm hearted. All of these people are gone now, but I have some wonderful memories.
F.J. (Hoppy) Jesgar