Teri Leach-Lazer Linsley, Grandma, Mother, Sister, Aunt. Teri was born on October 6th, 1951 in Kennewick Washington to Howard William (Bill) Linsley II and Betty Marie Clark. She was 1 of 5 sisters, and the 2nd eldest.
Like her dad, Teri loved playing the drums and sang in the family band, The Moonlighters, with her mom and sisters. Her favorite drum solo can be found in the song “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida” by Iron Butterfly. Teri loved her kids and grandkids and would talk about them often, always with a spark in her eye. She also loved to brag about seeing Jimi Hendrix live in concert. She always found a way to be positive and cherished her family.
Teri was preceded in death by her Mom, Dad, and Sister Tina.
She is survived by her Sisters Toni, Tana, and Tami, Daughters Kari, Carlie, Cassie Lazer, and Son Dennis Ryan Baer; Grandson Caleb & Granddaughter Natalie as well as Uncle Bob and Aunt Peg and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.
If you’re reading this, in the words of Teri herself, “I be likin’ you!” May she rest in peace.
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