Terry Lee
June 5, 1949 - February 7, 2024
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Edison School Teacher Terry Lee, 74, of Eatontown, died on Wednesday, February 7. Terry was born in Jersey City and attended Snyder High School, and later graduated from New Jersey City University. She lived in Clark, Edison, Boynton Beach, FL, and settled in Eatontown. Terry taught at Martin Luther King Elementary and John Adams Middle …
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Frank & Marci Vitale left a message on February 12, 2024:
Sending love and condolences to you and your family during this time of mourning. Terri will always be remembered with love and admiration.
Kathleen Schlesinger left a message on February 11, 2024:
Aunt Terry was such a wonderful Aunt to me and my kids .We have such wonderful memories especially when the kids were little and Santa would come to our house on Christmas Eve Aunt Terry was there . It always made our holiday complete with her there. Her love for sports was also a gift that Joseph, Anthony , and Nick admired . We were very lucky . She will always be in our hearts and will be missed. We are very thankful for the time and memories we have .
Janet Levine left a message on February 10, 2024:
So sorry to hear of the passing of Terry..Together in the early days at MLK and as she moved up to different grade levels in the school and the apartment in Clark. In my living room is a plant she bought me 45 years ago when my daughter was born. All I can say is she was loved by all her students! She was very special and will be missed by everyone.
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