Terri Felton

Graveside Funeral Service

10:00 am
Friday, July 23, 2021
Hartley Cemetery
2552 Hill Road East
Lakeport, California, United States

Memorial Gathering

12:00 pm
Saturday, July 24, 2021
Riviera Hills Restaurant and Lounge
10200 Fairway Drive
Kelseyville, California, United States

Obituary of Terri L. Felton

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Terri Felton passed away peacefully on June 25, 2021, just 7 months after her husband, Mike Felton, of 38 years passed from cancer. Some could say she died from a broken heart. Terri was born in Glendale, Ca on May 24, 1958 to Harvey & Doris Jones, and is survived by her two children, Breanna & Cole: granddaughter, Jayla-Lynne’; sisters, Kathy and Sandy; many nieces and nephews, and a few lucky adopted loved ones (Jennifer and Kalaya Mule). Terri’s love for her family, friends, children, and animals was extraordinary, and her selfless acts of kindness are far too numerous to count! She not only cared deeply for those around her, but she was also the kind of woman that would go out of her way to make friends with strangers to remind them that they were not just part of a community, but they were a part of her world. Her larger than life personality and positive energy were the “secret ingredients” in everything she did and everyone she touched. She knew how to enjoy life, have a good time, and was always the life of the party! From her infectious laugh, to her great sense humor, people couldn’t help but be drawn to her. Terri had so many hobbies and interests that it was hard to keep up with, and find room for them all! From her amazing oil paintings, to her creative cuisine, the bootleg vino & lollipops, her beautifully handcrafted jewelry, and the thousands of homemade gifts she made with her daycare kids. Along with spending heartfelt time with loved ones and raising little ones, she also enjoyed camping, fishing, hunting, coaching, concerts, traveling, and a good dive bar here and there. She would love to order a martini, share a few dirty jokes, and watch your reaction. Terri was the best wife, mother, grandmother, friend, babysitter, and collector of homeless animals anyone could have asked for! She was always ready and willing to lend an ear, give you a big hug, and knew how to calm the storm of a broken heart. She will be forever missed, as her absence has left a deep scar among those who loved her dearly.
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