Terhune, Garrie L.

April 8, 1961 - February 19, 2014

Garrie Lavelle Terhune of Addison, Texas passed away on February 19, 2014 at the age of 52.

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10116 E. NW Highway
Dallas, Texas 75238

10 replies on “Terhune, Garrie L.”

Tracey Fox says:

My heart goes out to Garrie’s family. I am so sorry for your loss. Garrie was an integral part of our team and we will miss her tremendously. I remember how thoughtful and supportive she was and recalling her laugh puts a smile on my face. It is something I will always treasure.

Kandee Randall says:

A dear co-worker you will be missed.

“No person is ever truly alone. Those who live no more, Whom we loved, Echo still within our thoughts, Our words, our hearts.”
– Richard Fife

John DeArment says:

I will always remember Garrie’s humor, dedication and caring nature. I admired her. She always lit up when we talked about the old black and white movies on TMC.

I will miss working with her but I will treasure the memories I have.

My deepest condolences.

Chet Frankel says:

I am so saddened to hear this news. Garrie was such a wonderful person. I sat in on so many of her training sessions over 17 years with Motel 6. My condolences go out to her family. She will be missed by many.

Jerry Waddle says:

A remarkable woman with a spirit that will live on in all who knew her and was touched by her ability to train with Accor North American and G6 Hospitality. I was blessed to have had the opportunity to be trained by her twice. She will be missed but will live forever in the hearts of all who knew her. A smile and a wink that could make a bad day seem so much better.

Julia M. Skinner says:

Garrie was one of the kindest, nicest, and most caring people I’ve ever known and had the opportunity to work with. A shoulder to cry on and someone who would listen without judgment. She is truly missed but never forgotten. My condolences to her family and friends.

Briona Bohn says:

Garrie impacted my life in so many ways. I started by calling her teacher and mentor. Over time I knew her as my advisor, collaborator, consultant, teammate and friend. I’ve relied so much on her strengths and I believe she has a chance to continue sharing those talents and strengths with others who passed on before.
She will be missed.
I’m blessed to have known her.

Mary Long says:

I love Garrie. We spend many hours together when we were installing the first FOLS system at my property. She was a light on a dreary day.She is missed.

Tena Cross says:

I am heart broken at this news. I have such fond and wonderful memories of her. I admired her and never thought of motel 6 without thinking of her. I feel privileged to have known her. May May God bless and comfort her family, coworkers and friends. She was special lady who will not be forgotten. RIP pretty lady. Our loss is heaven’s gain.

Carol Ruhl says:

We will miss her smile…her laugh..her zeal for life…I will miss her teasing me and bring me a box of Kleenex each time she saw me..you see she knew sometime within the span we were together I would cry…where are my Kleenex now my frined,….May God keep you always in the warmth of his embrase..may you always smile and laugh…and may you be waiting for each of us who loved you when we come to see you again..Have the Kleenex ready sister….you are already missed – forever loved!!!

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Excellent customer service, they made you feel like you were their only customer. Very helpful and explained what we should expect during the process. They basically took care of our needs during this time. They contacted DFW National Cemetery for us which made it a smooth experience. Definitely will use them again.

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