In memory of
Terri Linda Popiel
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In memory of
Terri Linda Popiel
Terri Linda Popiel White Plains - Terri Linda Popiel, longtime resident of White Plains, passed away on February 15, 2018 at the age of 62. Terri was born on September 16, 1955 in New York City, to the late Irene Yormark and Gus Popiel. She was raised in Manhattan and Irvington, and she graduated from Irvington High School in the class of 1973. Terri worked as a secretary and lived her life as an artist. Painting, drawing, and photography were her fields as a creator, but she had a distinct appreciation for the works of a painter. When she stepped into a Cézanne exhibit, she was there to "admire every stroke" of paint. She also had a tireless love for New York City street fairs, psychedelic rock bands from the 60s, support for the ASPCA, and the cats she adored. She is survived by her daughter, Monique Popiel, as well as several siblings, cousins, and countless friends who she loved like family. A small, private burial took place on February 23 at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, 540 North Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, New York, 10591. A special thank you goes out to everyone who donated to make this burial possible, to the Westchester Chevra Kadisha - Congregation Rosh Pinah, and to Matthew Fiorillo and Ballard-Durand Funeral & Cremation Services. Condolences and memories are welcome through the funeral home website: https://ballarddurand.com/obit/terri-linda-popiel/
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In memory of
Terri Linda Popiel
Terri Linda Popiel White Plains - Terri Linda Popiel, longtime resident of White Plains, passed away on February 15, 2018 at the age of 62. Terri was born on September 16, 1955 in New York City, to the late Irene Yormark and Gus Popiel. She was raised in Manhattan and Irvington, and she graduated from Irvington High School in the class of 1973. Terri worked as a secretary and lived her life as an artist. Painting, drawing, and photography were her fields as a creator, but she had a distinct appreciation for the works of a painter. When she stepped into a Cézanne exhibit, she was there to "admire every stroke" of paint. She also had a tireless love for New York City street fairs, psychedelic rock bands from the 60s, support for the ASPCA, and the cats she adored. She is survived by her daughter, Monique Popiel, as well as several siblings, cousins, and countless friends who she loved like family. A small, private burial took place on February 23 at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, 540 North Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, New York, 10591. A special thank you goes out to everyone who donated to make this burial possible, to the Westchester Chevra Kadisha - Congregation Rosh Pinah, and to Matthew Fiorillo and Ballard-Durand Funeral & Cremation Services. Condolences and memories are welcome through the funeral home website: https://ballarddurand.com/obit/terri-linda-popiel/
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Ballard-Durand Funeral & Cremation Services
2 Maple Ave
White Plains, NY 10601
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