Terry Greenwood Obituary, Death – Terry L. Greenwood, who had lived in the community of Pittsfield, Illinois, in the state of Illinois, and had reached the age of 54 years when she passed away at her home on the Tuesday, December 6, 2022. She was born on July 26, 1968 in Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri, to parents Benjamin and Michele Lumsden Behrent. Her parents’ names are listed as Benjamin and Michele Behrent. In her family, she was the only child ever born. In July of 1988, she tied the knot with Matt Greenwood, and it was this union that resulted in the arrival of her offspring in the world.
Terry received his high school diploma from Pawnee High School, which he had attended all during his childhood in Pawnee, Illinois, which is also the location where he had grown up. After that, she went on to work a variety of jobs, including at the IGA in Chatham, at Ayerco in Pittsfield, and at Eastside Gardens, where working in the greenhouse at Eastside Gardens was her favorite job. In addition to that, she held a position in the department of dietary services at Liberty Village. Terry was a devoted follower of the Dallas Cowboys, and he would go to great lengths to spread the word about the team. She had an innate ability to care for plants, and she would spend her free time tending to the plants in her garden and yard.
Her go-to bands were hair bands from the 1980s, and some of her favorite things to do in her spare time were river cruises and camping vacations. Terry cherished each and every second of his existence, and he did his best to make the most of each one by challenging himself to the absolute edge of his mental and physical capabilities. Her love for her children was unparalleled by anything else in the world, and the bond that she shared with her first grandson, Jayce, was one that was very meaningful to her. In spite of the challenges that life presented to her, she never stopped giving everything the very best effort that she could muster. Everyone will experience loss in their own special way in response to her demise.