Lois Jean Terryn, 83, of Salisbury passed away Wednesday, April 17, 2013 at Novant Health Rowan Medical Center.
She was born, July 1, 1929 in Ludington, MI, the daughter of the late Irven Louis Castonia and Beatrice Augusta Castonia.
Lois worked as a switchboard operator. She loved to play cards, crochet, bake and cook, dance and garden. Lois always had a very large garden. She was a member of Love of Christ Lutheran Church in Weslaco, TX.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by husband Willis Francis Terryn and infant daughter Suzan Marie Terryn.
Those left to cherish her memories are daughter, Sandy Buechler (Troy) of Salisbury, NC; sons, Michael Terryn (Sharyl) of Kansas, Rodney Terryn (Pat) of MI, James Terryn (Patty) of MI and Frederic Terryn (Sonia) of FL; brothers, Gary Castonia of MI, Larry Castonia of FL and Kenneth Castonia (Sandy) of MI; sisters, Jean Terryn (Howard) of MI and Nancy Glamzi (Roger) of MI; grandchildren, Anne Toney of KS, Michelle Lyman of MI, Edward Terryn of KS, Lorrie Terryn of MI, Nikole Terryn of KS, Stacie Smith of MN, Kerry Terryn of MI, Jamie Eager of MI, William Terryn of MI, Natasha Terryn of FL, Nicole Terryn of FL, Abby Buechler of NC, Ty Buechler of NC; 13 great grandchildren and 2 great-great grandchildren.
Memorial Service: The family will hold a Celebration of Life at a later date in Michigan.
Internment will be at Riverton Cemetery, Scottville, MI.
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