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Terri Ann Campbell

Terri Ann Campbell

Jun. 24, 1953 - Mar. 23, 2023

Date of Service: Apr. 3, 2023

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BURLEY – Terri Ann Campbell, a 69-year-old resident of Burley, passed away Thursday, March 23, 2023, at Heritage Assisted Living in Twin Falls.

She was born June 24, 1953, in Burley, Idaho, the daughter of Robert Jesse and Donna Jean Crofts Campbell. She attended school in Burley and graduated from Burley High School in 1971. She subsequently attended and graduated from Stevens-Henager College in Utah. She started her professional career in the banking industry with Idaho Bank & Trust in Burley, which later became Key Bank of Burley, and worked there until her retirement after more than 40 years of service. Her years of expertise helped many Mini-Cassia community businesses and farmers succeed through her diligent and competent knowledge of the commercial banking industry.

She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and loved her close friendships in the Burley 1st Ward. She enjoyed her calling as music director in the Relief Society and as a ward librarian.

She was talented in music and had developed her skills at the piano. She was an avid reader, enjoyed working crossword puzzles, and cherished her lifelong friendships with her coworkers at the bank. Her dedicated companion was her Shih Tzu dog, Kirby.

Terri Ann is survived by her sisters, Karen Gehres of Peoria, Arizona, and Carla Faye (Richard) Gilbert of Jerome; along with many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and grandparents.

The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, April 3, at Rasmussen-Wilson Funeral Home, located at 1350 E. 16th St., in Burley, where a visitation will be held one hour prior to the service. Officiating will be Bishop Jeremy B. Haymore. Burial will follow at Gem Memorial Gardens in Burley.

A live webcast of the Funeral Service will be available and maintained at the following link: https://youtu.be/8JNFUXqeVcE.

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From Debbie and Michael Nook :
Carla and family
So sorry to hear of your sister's passing. May you feel love and tender mercies from our Father in Heaven. Cherish the great times to help carry you through in days ahead. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
From Eileen Tyler:
I got to know Terri through bowling. We went to a few tournaments together including Nationals in Reno and Carson City Nevada she made the trips fun. After she stop bowling I would visit with her at Key Bank and tease her by trying to run off with the bull she had on her desk. I miss the talks we use to have and felt it a privilege to call her my friend.
From Laureen Graham Vance:
Terri lived across the street when we were growing up. I always loved her cheerful approach to life. When I visited my Mother in Burley, we would go to the bank to see Terri, and were always greeted with her smile. I love Terri and will miss her. I send my love to her family, especially her two sisters.
From Linda Sever:
Terri Ann was always so full of life and always ready to plan a party. I worked with Terri Ann at Key Bank and she brought much happiness into my life. Miss you
From Kevin guthrie:
Terri was very close to all of the bank’s long time customers. Several generations of famines she dealt with. They relied on her on a daily basis to conduct their banking business. She was like the anchor of the Burley commercial banking center. Great career she had and many friends.. so sorry to hear this sad ne s
From Teresa 'TD" Disotell:
Terri and I worked together at the bank in various roles over the years. She was quick to laugh or make you laugh. She loved her furbaby(s) and Disneyland like no other. I still have the big coffee mug she brought me back after a trip. She will be greatly missed and my sincere condolences to her family.
From Vera Young:
I worked at the bank with Terri Ann for many years (Idaho Bank & Trust and Key Bank) she was always so helpful and easygoing. She loved to plan birthday celebrations and was so much fun. Will miss you friend
From Jani DeMond:
Terri and I were college roommates. I remember her fondly
From Lind Skanter:
I'm so sorry to hear the news of Terri's passing. I had the honor and pleasure of indirectly working with Terri during my working career with Key Bank.
Terri was always so totally ready to do whatever was needed to take care of the bank's ag clients. I will miss you dearly, my friend, and may you find eternal peace in God's heavenly kingdom. No one is more deserving than you.
From Leon Clegg:
Terri was a classmate of mine in high school. Always had wonderful conversations with her as we would cross paths in church. Terri was always so nice and a friend to everyone. I really tried to get her to come to the our 50th class reunion 2 years ago, but she never made it. I wish she had. It’s so nice to reunite with each other and see what has happened in each of our lives. Terri was always so smart. Especially in math class. It fits that she would be involved in the banking system. It just fit her. To her sisters, my heartfelt condolences on behalf of myself and all her former classmates.
From Michele Jeppesen :
Terri and I worked together at KeyBank for several years. I used to tease her that she started at the bank when I was 9 months old! She was a wonderful friend, going to miss her.

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