Terrie was a homemaker and self-employed. She performed various jobs throughout her lifetime, never one to shy away from hard work. She was a tomboy at heart and enjoyed playing baseball, climbing trees, riding horses, being outside and working in her garden and yard. Terrie grew up on what is now the historic Harry S. Truman Farm Home in Grandview, Missouri and moved to Belton in 1986. Terrie found joy in caring for a host of animals across her lifetime. Among her own pets include numerous horses, dogs, cats, and birds. In 2017, she rescued her most recent companion, her beloved dog Lucy. The pair were known for their leisurely strolls down Main St in Belton, Missouri, stopping to visit with all the business owners who became her good friends. Terrie was a member of the El-Bethel Baptist Church.
Besides her parents, Terrie was preceded in death by her 2 brothers, Richard and Steven Williams.
Terrie is survived by a daughter, Crystal Gray (Robert) and son, Chris Robertson (Alicia) both residents of Belton, Missouri; 7 grandchildren: Myranda, Mechaela, Justice, Morgan, Caleb, Kylee, Hayley; other relatives and a host of friends
Celebration of Life services are pending.
Memorial contributions may be made to the El-Bethel Baptist Church, Belton, Missouri and may be sent in care of Dickey Funeral Home, P.O. Box 732, Harrisonville, Missouri 64701.