Terri Linda Popiel

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Born in New York, NY on September 16, 1955

Departed on February 15, 2018 and resided in Yonkers, NY

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  1. Anna Harding February 17, 2018 at 2:56 pm - Reply

    OMG… I just can’t believe it… Terri and I grew up together in Irvington from kindergarten through graduation, and were talking not long ago about her coming to stay with me, to get out of the Nursing Home she was in… I am so very sorry for you and all her family and friends… She was a wonderful person, and will be greatly missed… My thoughts and prayers are with you…

  2. M Powell February 21, 2018 at 9:04 pm - Reply

    To Terri’s family,
    I am so very sorry to read about your loss. Please take comfort in knowing that our heavenly Father truly loves you and cares about what you are going through. He will give you the strength needed to cope during this difficult time.
    2 Corinthians 1:3,4

  3. Anne February 22, 2018 at 1:16 am - Reply

    My name is Anne Denyer Detzer and Terry was one of my sister Stephanie Denyer’s best friends in high school.

    Terry would inevitably be over at our house several times a week and certainly every morning to walk to school with my sister.

    Stay strong, move forward and know that you’re not alone….

  4. Johnny Charles March 26, 2018 at 7:54 pm - Reply

    My name, Johnny Charles. Please accept my condolences. I met your mother as an 11year old in Manhattan. We played as childhood friends growing up around 76th to 70th Street and Broadway. We used to go to Riverside Park. I moved to the Bronx at the age of 14. Time went slowly in those days. It truly pains me that we never got in touch again. Johnny

  5. Bobby Murphy September 14, 2018 at 1:59 am - Reply

    To Terr’s Family: So very sorry for your loss. I was one of Terr’s friends from class of ’73 from Irvington High School. Terri’s Dad worked at the Westchester County Center and she took me and my best friend David Rosenberg to see Jimi Hendrix. We saw the show from backstage and got our pictures taken with Hendrix and his band. It was one of the greatest thrills of my life. Besides that show, the 3 of us had many other fun times together in high school. Terri was an exceptionally kind individual and was one of my favorite neighbors. I was also her younger sister’s camp counselor at Irvington Recreational Summer Camp. I miss her and think of her often. Rest in peace my first girlfriend.

  6. Len Lewis September 17, 2018 at 5:39 pm - Reply

    Dear family of Terri: I am one of the assistant Jewish chaplains at White Plains hospital. I had the pleasure of visiting Terri on (unfortunately) many occasions. When I read the obituary in this week’s newspaper, I recognized her name immediately and was sad to learn that she had died. Our visits were short, but I truly enjoyed spending time with her each time she was admitted, she was a lovely person. May Terri’s memory forever be a blessing to her family, friends and all who knew her.

    Len Lewis, Bikkur Holim, Temple Israel Center, White Plains.

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