If Terri seemed to be a saint, it is because she was! The first time her husband saw her sitting on a window sill, she looked like an angel. With the sun hitting her head, she looked like she had a halo over her. She was always Richard's angel.
Terri's funeral will be overseen by Desert Sunset Funeral Home at 3081 W. Orange Grove Road, Tucson, Arizona 85741, on December 13, 2021. Services will be held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints located at 17699 South Camino de las Quintas, Sahuarita, Arizona 85629-9738. The viewing will be from 9:00-9:45, with the service beginning at 10:00 am. After the service, those interested in meeting at the gravesite, may travel to Binghampton located in north east Tucson at 4001 N. Alvernon Way, Tucson Arizona 85718, off of River.
Terri Ann Taylor Reidhead passed away peacefully on December 4, 2021. She was born March 24, 1951. She was the third daughter of Bea and Wilmer Taylor of Roy, Utah. She is survived by the following: her husband Richard Roy Reidhead; her children Robyn (Brent) Couperus, Jackie (Tim) Scott, Lance (Julie) Reidhead, and Jarrett (Amy) Reidhead; her 14 grandchildren (with one great grandchild on the way); her sister Frances (Larry) Turner and her brother Kevin (Quetta) Taylor.
Terri and Richard Reidhead were Married on September 25, 1970, and welcomed their first daughter in Stuttgart, Germany while on a two year tour in the Army.
Terri graduated from Weber State University and was a skilled LPN nurse. She practiced in Utah, Colorado, and Arizona and had a gift for helping people that felt down or were hurting. She would quickly help them feel good about themselves, and had a talent for bringing laughter and humor to others.
Terri's motto was live, laugh, love. She loved to say, "Families that play together, stay together!" Most people loved to be around Terri because she was so pleasant, and fun to be around! She loved deeply! She will be missed dearly!