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Teresa Ann (Schroeder) McGough

Teresa Ann (Schroeder) McGough passed away August 17th, 2022
in St. Louis, MO.

She was born June 24th, 1955 to Carol and Richard
Schroeder and grew up in Florissant, MO. She later lived in
Bridgeton MO, St. Peters MO, and Avon IN, but her heart remained
in Florissant where she came back to stay.

Terry graduated from Incarnate Word Academy and kept in touch
with many of her schoolmates over the years. She also made many
new friends along the way. She had retired in 2021 after many
years working at the St. Louis Library. Along with having so many
friends, Terry was very close with her whole family. She loved her
three daughters and grandchildren with all her heart. She enjoyed
attending family events as well as hosting many of them in her and her mother’s home. Terry was a big
St. Louis Cardinals fan and even during her stay at the hospital would almost always catch their games.
Her smile and laugh would brighten the room. Some favorite pastimes were to work on puzzles, latch
hook, cross stitch, and reading. Terry also loved to travel and never passed up a chance to join in on a
family trip when she could. She loved the mountains and appreciated beautiful scenery. Her gardening
skills brought beauty to her home, and she always enjoyed being outside with her grandkids.

Beloved mother and mother-in-law of Amy (Jon) Marshall, Katie (Josh) Thompson, Angela (Chris Sipe)
McGough; loving grandmother of six grandchildren, Conner, Liam, Mila, Joel, Aiden, and Lucas; Beloved
daughter of Carol and the late Richard Schroeder; dear sister and sister-in-law of the late Kathy (Brad)
Berry, Rick (the late Colleen) Schroeder, Caroline (Rick) Riddle, Steve (Vicki) Schroeder, Jim(Celeste)
Schroeder, Kim Schroeder (Lisa Sucher), Kelley (Randy) Wilke, Kevin (Aidan) Schroeder and Sean
Schroeder; dear aunt, cousin, niece, and friend to so many.

A memorial mass will be held on Saturday, September 3rd at 10am at her beloved parish, St. Ferdinand
Catholic Church 1765 Charbonier Rd, Florissant MO 63031 followed by interment service at the Sacred
Heart CemeteryChapel 980 Graham Rd., Florissant MO 63031

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations are accepted for St. Joseph Institute for the Deaf at

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5 Comments

  1. Julie Webb(McNamara) on August 25, 2022 at 6:14 pm

    Terry and Angela were with me and my mom for my 1st concert ever. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. So many wonderful times were had in their home and at grandma’s. Terry was an extremely understanding mom. She was always welcoming and kind. Her home was the place all of her kids friends hung out. She fought so hard to stay around. She will be forever missed by many.



  2. Bobbi Klemme Bowman on August 25, 2022 at 7:08 pm

    I was so looking forward to seeing you at the 50th at the IWA reunion. Loosing you broke my heart. You were loved by so many and that being said, I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved loved one. God bless you all, may God fill your hearts with peace during this very hard time.

    See you where the sun never goes down
    Bobbi



  3. susan (janson) moore 73 on August 26, 2022 at 8:31 am

    I don’t think Terry ever had an enemy. Always happy, always smiling, always kind. God send comfort to you all in your loss. Remeber she may be gone from your sight, but still with you. God bless you for all the love and support you gave her in her final earthen journey. I love the mountains too, Terry!



  4. Theresa Michelle Dauria on August 30, 2022 at 4:44 pm

    My deepest sympathy for your loss of your dear mother, spouse, sister, grandmother etc. May God’s peace be with you and your family and friends during this time of grief Amen.



  5. Lee Steck on September 4, 2022 at 11:10 am

    I worked with Terry for many years at Penske Truck Leasing. She always had a smile, never had an enemy. Always willing to help everyone. The sweetest personality. I loved being around Terry and we did manage a Billing Dept. reunion once. I am so sorry for your loss. Heaven has gained an angel.



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