In memory of
Dorothy J. Terry
Dorothy June Terry, a retired cosmetics industry account manager, died at home Nov. 18, 2020 in Centennial, Colo., after a long illness. She was 93.Terry was born April 10, 1927 in Kansas City, Mo., to the late James and Vera (Turley) Brown. She was graduated from Rosedale High School in Kansas City, Kan., in 1945. She was a member of the National Thespian Dramatic Honor Society for High Schools and a cheerleader. Terry stayed in touch with her high school friends - known as the Rosedale Roses - throughout her life. In 1947, Terry was graduated from Kansas City, Kan. Junior College. There she met her future husband - the late Everett "Jack" William Terry, a basketball player back from serving in the U.S. Navy during World War II. They married in 1950 and moved to Colorado in 1954. After raising her children, Terry had a successful career as a cosmetics industry account manager responsible for multistate territories for international brands, including Charles of the Ritz. She was a long-time member of the nonprofit Fashion Group International. Terry is pre-deceased by her only sibling, James Glenn Brown. She is survived by her sons, Lance William Terry (Cyndia Zwahlen) and Reed Thomas Terry, of Littleton, Colo., her three grandchildren and her great-grandchild. Terry will be remembered for her love of family and her gracious kindness to all. A private celebration of life will be held in the summer.
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In memory of
Dorothy J. Terry
Dorothy June Terry, a retired cosmetics industry account manager, died at home Nov. 18, 2020 in Centennial, Colo., after a long illness. She was 93.Terry was born April 10, 1927 in Kansas City, Mo., to the late James and Vera (Turley) Brown. She was graduated from Rosedale High School in Kansas City, Kan., in 1945. She was a member of the National Thespian Dramatic Honor Society for High Schools and a cheerleader. Terry stayed in touch with her high school friends - known as the Rosedale Roses - throughout her life. In 1947, Terry was graduated from Kansas City, Kan. Junior College. There she met her future husband - the late Everett "Jack" William Terry, a basketball player back from serving in the U.S. Navy during World War II. They married in 1950 and moved to Colorado in 1954. After raising her children, Terry had a successful career as a cosmetics industry account manager responsible for multistate territories for international brands, including Charles of the Ritz. She was a long-time member of the nonprofit Fashion Group International. Terry is pre-deceased by her only sibling, James Glenn Brown. She is survived by her sons, Lance William Terry (Cyndia Zwahlen) and Reed Thomas Terry, of Littleton, Colo., her three grandchildren and her great-grandchild. Terry will be remembered for her love of family and her gracious kindness to all. A private celebration of life will be held in the summer.
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1534 Pearl Street
Denver, CO 80203
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The Living Spirit™ Dishgarden is a wonderful display of our finest plants to honor the life of your loved one. A palm plant, peace llly plant, dracaena plant and a philodendron plant are lush and lovely accented with stems of Peruvian lilies. Seated in a 7-inch woodchip rectangular basket, this dishgarden conveys your most heartfelt sympathy while offering hope for brighter days ahead.
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