Teresa Lynn Williamson Crider

Teresa Lynn Williamson Crider

August 15, 1963 - January 27, 2020

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Julie Stewart
Feb 21, 2020
I am sorry to hear this. Teresa was a great neighbor to me on Dakota St. I will keep the family in my prayers. RIP.
Patricia (Pattye Caproni) Livingston
Feb 19, 2020
My deepest condolences to Teresa’s family. I will miss my beautiful friend dearly.
Patricia Averbach (Keykey Underwood)
Feb 19, 2020
I knew Teresa Lynn Williamson Crider as Enola Vaher in Second Life where she created beautiful spaces and opportunities for artists to express themselves. I will remember her kindness, her generosity and her flamboyant style. Her loss has left a hole in the very real hearts of our virtual community.
Alison Huse Farhner
Feb 19, 2020
My deepest condolences to everyone in the family and all of Teresa's friends.
Mark & Kelly Woody and the Kindred Wealth Team
Feb 18, 2020
Beautiful Dreams was purchased for the family of Teresa Lynn Williamson Crider by Mark & Kelly Woody and the Kindred Wealth Team.  Send flowers
P. Newman
Feb 17, 2020
A memorial tree was planted in memory of Teresa Lynn Williamson Crider.  Plant a tree
Alison (Luna Branwen) Huse Farhner
Feb 16, 2020
Teresa enola has been my dear friend for eight years. I cannot begin to express what all she means to me here. Her artistry and beauty shined even in darkest times. We shared pretty much everything, as a result of our shared loved of stories across time: personal and historical. We practiced not complaining together, and sharing Light between ourselves, encouraging one another to take care of ourselves; it was not as difficult for me to do so, for I did not experience the kind of physical pain she did. She always rallied; I thought she would always rally, just as I I had thought my own mother would. My own mother who Teresa helped me grieve when my mother passed in 2013. We spoke of our youn...g mothers. We spoke of women over time. We spoke of music, and literature, and art, and the history of it all. We spoke of pretending to be human. I will miss her from now on, and always. Rest in peace, dear friend; I believe now that you are free and fully in the Light.Read more
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