Theresa Lynne Manry

April 1, 1956October 25, 2021

Theresa (Teri) Lynn Manry passed away October 25, 2021 after a courageous battle with heart disease. Teri was born in Roslyn, Long Island, New York on April 1, 1956.

After New York, the family moved to Illinois, Houston and finally settled in Midland, TX. In the 1980s, she moved to the Austin area where she and her husband Fred Manry raised their daughter, Christina.Teri had a long career in the dental field, making many friends along the way. Her varied interests and loves included following the Nebraska Cornhuskers football team, going to craft shows, photography, road tripping across the country and attending family reunions in Estes Park, CO. She so loved those beautiful mountains. Her Catholic faith and giving spirit were ever present as she gave friendship to many and selfless helping hands when she saw the need. Numerous weekends found her on the road to San Antonio to bring some sunshine into the lives of her aging parents.

Teri was preceded in death by her parents, Maxine and Loren Toohey, her grandparents and several aunts and uncles. She is survived by her daughter Christina; sisters Sandy, Carol and Loreen (Bob); her aunt Mary Jo; nephew Sean and his wife Merri Jo and son Zach; her niece Wendy and her husband Cary and their son Gage; her sister-in-law Margaret and her husband James and their son Matthew; and Prissy, her dearly loved adopted cat.

A memorial service will be held in her honor on Friday, November 12, 2021 at 10:00 am at St. Elizabeth in Pflugerville, TX.

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Remi Macias

November 15, 2021

May her soul rest in peace, within the loving arms of the Lord. My deepest sympathies to the family and those that have to move on without her presence. Her friendship and candor with me, will be greatly missed.

Henry Beutelman

November 13, 2021

Teri was an excellent dental office manager and highly valued personal friend. I missed her very much when she retired, and will continue to miss her.

Judy LeViseur

November 12, 2021

My favorite memories of Teri will be our long chats while at school events and birthday parties for our daughters who met while in elementary school, the long chats while commuting from our offices in Austin to home during all kinds of weather, Christmas Cookie parties, girls night out, holiday Thanksgivings at the Davis', day trips and our champange bruch upon her retirement! Her laughter and direct approach to everyday matters and how she stuck by her friends/family during good and bad times. Her thoughtfulness and guidance during times of sorrow and her laughter! I will miss our weekly talks about things and sometimes about nothing at all. My prayers for the whole family.

Kathie & Mike Nisbett

November 11, 2021

We had the pleasure of getting to know Teri through our daughter Jena, who worked with Teri for 7 years, up until her retirement. Jena loves Teri and considered her her office Mom - they were co-workers and friends. Teri was always kind, sweet and welcoming. It meant so much to us knowing Jena was working with such a beautiful, kind and caring human being. Jena missed her when she retired and will miss her more now that she is gone. God has gained another beautiful angel. God speed Teri
with heartfelt sympathy

Carol Goehrs

November 10, 2021

Love and miss you dear sister.

Loree Neiman

November 1, 2021

Sorry for the loss of a great lady!!