ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Terri Brooks 50 years old , born on February 4, 1966 and passed away on April 3, 2016. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Pretty Jade on February 6, 2020
Happy belated birthday mommy , I miss you and love you , I’m so grateful to have had you in my life for those 15 years, you live through me and everything I do is for you ... till we meet again
Posted by Nanette Bailey on February 4, 2020
Well booboo, it’s been 4 years but It still feels like yesterday because our bond was inseparable! You are a phenomenal woman,  Phenomenal woman you are! I miss you so much and my life haven’t been the same since you went home but you know I’m a strong phenomenal woman too and time heals all wounds! It’s just a matter of time! Thank you for visiting me and being such an awesome Angel! I will always love you and keep you alive through me! #dontgettwopieced
#foreverfriendsthrougheternity
Posted by Nanette Bailey on April 22, 2016
I love you Terri and always will. I look forward to doing Eternity with you!You made it to Heaven first, so ask God can our house be next to each other. I am doing the job you left me to do and that is taking care of all our kids! Eleet Lucheonnie, Eduardo Brooks, Christian Woolfolk, K. Colione' Martin, Domonique Beverly, Tierra Dow, Unique Taylor, Jade Hudson, Terry Hudson, Ervin Bailey; 1 grand daughter: Faith West and 2 grandsons: Jayden Billings and Maurice Robinson. Love you Terri!

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Posted by Pretty Jade on February 6, 2020
Happy belated birthday mommy , I miss you and love you , I’m so grateful to have had you in my life for those 15 years, you live through me and everything I do is for you ... till we meet again
Posted by Nanette Bailey on February 4, 2020
Well booboo, it’s been 4 years but It still feels like yesterday because our bond was inseparable! You are a phenomenal woman,  Phenomenal woman you are! I miss you so much and my life haven’t been the same since you went home but you know I’m a strong phenomenal woman too and time heals all wounds! It’s just a matter of time! Thank you for visiting me and being such an awesome Angel! I will always love you and keep you alive through me! #dontgettwopieced
#foreverfriendsthrougheternity
Posted by Nanette Bailey on April 22, 2016
I love you Terri and always will. I look forward to doing Eternity with you!You made it to Heaven first, so ask God can our house be next to each other. I am doing the job you left me to do and that is taking care of all our kids! Eleet Lucheonnie, Eduardo Brooks, Christian Woolfolk, K. Colione' Martin, Domonique Beverly, Tierra Dow, Unique Taylor, Jade Hudson, Terry Hudson, Ervin Bailey; 1 grand daughter: Faith West and 2 grandsons: Jayden Billings and Maurice Robinson. Love you Terri!
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Terri and I

Shared by Richard R on April 4, 2018

It's hard to put it all into words, but Terri was my Love, and we were married for over four years. We started a friendship that lasted for even longer and my sadness is very deep for losing her. Everyone who knew her loved her, and are affected by this loss greatly. I only want the angels to be with her, as she overlooks her true joys; her family. May God continue to watch and bless you all. With Terri watching over you, you are always Loved.


I also wanted to talk about her and I, and our road to salvation that was what she referred to as our baby, Elite 1 Entertainment. I can to this day, remember how it all started and how I felt getting to know her. It was always another layer, another fascinating part of her to be discovered.


She wanted to share with me one day about an idea she had for changing her path in life. What once started out as a concept of designing wardrobe, t-shirts and promotion, led me to seeing much more. So I took what she sent to me as her initial plans, and made it bigger, and even tighter, as she said. The more she sent me, even more I sent back to her. It was all for her, everything I did. After a while I made it more grandose and regal, as I wanted to give her something that I thought she deserved. She was so inclusive and wonderful as a person, that I wanted to make her shine the brightest that she could. Give her a vision for something that was more right for her. I gave her my faith and full support for achieving her dream. She was too smart and too savvy to settle for how things were, so what we did was do our best to strive. She made the TV appearance, the connections, and the advancement I saw she needed to do happen. We were like kids when we were together, but also dreamers. And it made our bond stronger. So I know that she knew how much I cared for her. We shared years and moments that grew us both into wiser people, as well as ones with a new purpose. There was so much that we put into our love... that even now it becomes something that when I think about it, I have to step back and look at it, and only marvel. Our time and love together was done in such a way and in such a unique manner that it was truly a gift that I know not all people get to experience like we did. We eloped just because we were that happy to be together, and couldn't wait to start our lives as one. I am proud that I knew her, and I will forever cherish her for the time we had together. I only wish we could have made things prosper better, as I think both she and I deserved more and wanted more. But she still stood triumphant, hat tilted and with a smile on her face always. She was a treasure wherever she went, because she was that outstanding of a woman regardless of anything that wanted to say otherwise. One of the strongest and most beautifulest of the jewels that was ever on this earth. The best of the best. Regardless of anything that happened, I continue  to believe in her soul, and her Love.


Thank you Terri... I still Love you. See ya - Richard