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Terry Lynn Bryan

February 10, 1962 - October 2, 2021

Terry Lynn Bryan, age 59, of New Castle, DE, passed away unexpectedly at her residence on Saturday, October 2, 2021.

Born in Millville, NJ on February 10, 1962, she was a daughter of Joan (Bennett) Giberson and the late Benjamin Giberson. In her earlier years, Terry worked as a server for numerous restaurants.

She lived for her family, especially for her grandchildren, and looked forward to Sunday dinners together.

In addition to her father, Terry was preceded in death by her sisters, Cathy Shipley and Ruth Kerr. She will be dearly missed by her mother; sons, John Griffith (Penny) and Ben Griffith (Holly); brother, Ben Giberson (Kathleen); and grandchildren, Megan, John III, Amelia, Ben, Jr., and Virginia.

 All services will be held privately.

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10 Guestbook messages for Terry Lynn Bryan

  • I love you aunt terri

  • You will be missed aunt terry I will always love you sorry I couldn’t see you as much say hi to my grandpop for me love you

  • You will be missed aunt Terry love you

  • My prayers are with everyone and my she rest in pice we will miss you Terry
    With love
    Linda bills Daughter

  • From the giberson family we love you so much Aunt Terry you will always be in our hearts there’s never a day that I will ever miss you I will keep your spirit alive as long as I keep living on this Earth we love you and we will miss you and so we meet again r.i.p aunt terry

  • Omg, I’m going to miss you,
    I love you and will always keep you in my heart.

  • I wish I had a chance to say bye to you Aunt Terry. I love you and I hope you’re having a good time up there with Mommom, Uncle AL, Aunt Cathy and everyone else. Until we meet again.

  • I’m sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you.

  • I love you Aunt Terry, may you rest in paradise until we see each other again.

  • I just want to tell you that you did a great job and as much as you are missed, I’m glad that you’re not hurting anymore and I know that you are in good company. Until we meet again, have fun and tell pop and Aunt Ruthie that I send my love (the others I’ll meet someday 💜).

    With love,
    Holly