Terri Lynn Lee, age 63, the daughter of Lester Ruble, Sr. and Villa Mae (Douglas) Ruble, was born September 5, 1956 in Poplar Bluff, MO and departed from this earth September 3, 2020 in the home she shared with her beloved husband of 45 years in Annapolis, MO.
Terri is preceded in death by her parents, Lester and Villa Mae Ruble, her brothers-in-law, Donald Lee, Vernon Lee and Tim Savage, as well as her sisters-in-law, Linda Kelly and Lois Barnes.
Terri dedicated her life creating a loving home for her family and friends. As a natural homemaker, Terri often opened her home and her heart to anyone who needed a little extra love. Her greatest moments in life were the moments she cherished laughing at her children and grandchildren’s antics as well as watching them grow into beautiful people. She was baptized at the age of 13 by Junior Casteel in the Annapolis Church of the Nazarene and had recently attended the First Baptist Church in Annapolis. She was a long time member of the Order of the Eastern Star Chapter 273 in Lesterville.
Terri was the beloved wife of Calvin Lee, of the home, devoted mother of Trisha Miller and her husband Dean, of Piedmont, Jamie Million and her husband Brian, of Piedmont, Jessie Lee, of Annapolis and Courtney Webber and her husband Mark, of Annapolis. Terri was also a cherished Granny to Kayla Million, Kelli Million, Blake Miller, Abbie Miller, Izaiah Lee, Austin Mullery, Emma Mullery and Mason Mullery.
The loss of this great woman will continue to be felt by her beloved brother, Lester Ruble, Jr. and his wife Sherry, of Annapolis, her beloved sister, Christina Savage, of Piedmont, their children and also to the many other nieces, nephews and many cherished friends.
Funeral services were held on Sunday, September 6, 2020 at the Morrison Funeral Chapel in Piedmont with Rev. Eugene Alcorn officiating. Brandy Russell sang a solo and special recorded songs were played for the service. Landon Ruble, Blake Miller, Mike Yount, Derek Dare, Damon Russell, Cody Webber, Curtis Bone and Dustin Bone served as Pall Bearers. Interment was in the Mt. View Cemetery at Des Arc under the direction of Morrison Funeral Chapel.