SPELLISCY, Theresa

We wish to advise that our mother, Theresa (Terri Deschamp) Spelliscy, died peacefully in her sleep on December 27, 2021.

She is survived by her children Cory, Kendra and Kyra, her parents Casey, Marty and Margaret Deschamp, her sister Holly Melnyk (Brad) and their children Madison and Lucas, plus members of the Deschamp, Spelliscy and Jones families.

Terri loved to travel the world and took joy in cooking.

We would like to express our appreciation to the management and staff of the Athabasca Hotel, the first responders and RCMP members of Jasper, AB.

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Larry Bykowski

Condolences to Terris’s family , I workd with Terri at Wardair , Canadian , and AirCanada . wonderful person to work with ,always caring for people , deepest thoughts and prayers , rest in peace Terri , you will be missed

Anne Miller

I first met sweet Terri at Wardair

We went on to volunteer together at the Run for the cure at Canadian
I had Terri and her kids on many of my flights and always enjoyed spoiling her to give back for all her kindnesses to us all in the airlines. You will be missed special angle

Kathy Roth

Dear Terr. You were my first cruising buddy. Traveling with you and working with you was an honor. You were always kind, respectful and helpful. I’m so blessed to have had you in my life. RIP sweetie.

Colleen Minty

I always knew when I worked with Terri that she had our backs, she was a wonderful lead agent. Terri loved her kids and spoke of them often. She was always so kind, sharing food with others and always a positive greeting to all colleagues. RIP Terri, my sincere condolences to her Family.

Jane Traxler

I worked with Terri when at Canadian Airlines and Air Canada. It was a pleasure to work with her, always professional, knowledgable and with a smile on her face.
She will be missed.

Kerry Kocil

I worked with Terri at Air Canada YEG. She was helpful and encouraging. We also worked together with Dreams Take Flight, sending low income, special needs children to Disneyland for a day. She loved the experience and was very good at it.
You will be truly missed and I am grateful for the time we had together. Rest In Peace and God Bless

Barb Vrolijk

Although I hadn’t seen Terri for many years. I thought of her as a kind, intelligent, organized person, full of joy for her family and friends. I worked with her at Wardair, Canadian and then Air Canada.
My condolences to her children.
May she Rest in Peace….

Gladys Hrabec

Sending My deepest condolences to the family of Terri who was a mother, daughter, sister and friend.
I worked with Terri for many years, Wardair, Canadian and Air Canada. (Worked along side Terri on Many “Dreams Take Flight” as well. Terri was the kindest most helpful and caring person that I worked with. She always had a smile that was infectious and never had a bad thing to say about anyone. My prayers go out Terri’s children and family which meant the world to her..and remember “those we love and care about don’t go away, they walk beside us every day.. unseen, unheard, but always near, still loved, still missed and very dear. RIP Terri you are an angel in heaven who will live on in our memories..

Brad Symes

My condolences to Terri’s family
and to the airline families as well. Cherish the memories.

Brad Symes

My condolences to family members of Terri
and to the airline families as well. Cherish the memories.

Mary Jane Assman

Terri was very kind and caring. She welcomed me when I transferred to YEG and certainly made the transition easier

Marie & Lauchlin Doyle YYT

I worked with Terri at Edmonton Airport with Canadian. She was always a pleasure to work with.
We shared many laughs. Her children were her world.
Rest in peace my friend. You will be missed.❤

Cyndie McIvor

I worked with Terri at Wardair, I will never forget her big smile, laughter and her kindness. My deepest condolences to her family.

To My Dearest Family
Some things I’d like to say,
but first of all to let you know
that I arrived okay
I’m writing this from Heaven
where I dwell with God above
where there’s no more tears
or sadness there
is just eternal love
Please do not be unhappy
just because I’m out of sight
remember that I’m with you
every morning, noon and night
That day I had to leave you
when my life on Earth was through
God picked me up and hugged me
and He said I welcome you
It’s good to have you back again
you were missed while you were gone
as for your dearest family
they’ll be here later on
I need you here so badly
as part of My big plan
there’s so much that we have to do
to help our mortal man
Then God gave me a list of things
He wished for me to do
and foremost on that list of mine
is to watch and care for you
And I will be beside you
every day and week and year
and when you’re sad
I’m standing there
to wipe away the tear
And when you lie in bed at night
the days chores put to flight
God and I are closest to you
in the middle of the night
When you think of my life on Earth
and all those loving years
because you’re only human
they are bound to bring you tears
But do not be afraid to cry
it does relieve the pain
remember there would be no flowers
unless there was some rain
I wish that I could tell you
of all that God has planned
but if I were to tell you
you wouldn’t understand
But one thing is for certain
though my life on Earth is o’re
I am closer to you now
than I ever was before
And to my very many friends
trust God knows what is best
I’m still not far away from you
I’m just beyond the crest
There are rocky roads ahead of you
and many hills to climb
but together we can do it
taking one day at a time
It was always my philosophy
and I’d like it for you too
that as you give unto the World
so the World will give to you
If you can help somebody
who is in sorrow or in pain
then you can say to God at night
my day was not in vain
And now I am contented
that my life it was worthwhile
knowing as I passed along the way
I made somebody smile
So if you meet somebody
who is down and feeling low
just lend a hand to pick him up
as on your way you go
When you are walking
down the street
and you’ve got me on your mind
I’m walking in your footsteps
only half a step behind
And when you feel the gentle breeze
or the wind upon your face
that’s me giving you a great big hug
or just a soft embrace
And when it’s time for you to go
from that body to be free
remember you’re not going
you are coming here to me
And I will always love you
from that land way up above
Will be in touch again soon
P.S. God sends His Love
Author Unknown

Terry Wittkopf

I worked with Terri at Canadian and Air Canada for many years. She was a very good lead agent, always prepared and ready to help any of us. I think of how much she loved her kids. She was a special friend to Borden. My sympathies to her family. I hope she is at peace now.

BERNETTE WEST

Terri was a good neighbour for a number of years. Kind, thoughtful, so involved with her children, and an outstanding cook. I think of you often Terri, especially when I look at the big painting hanging in the WRONG spot in my living room. You were right, but my own mother won that battle – I’ve not forgotten your ‘enthusiasm’ !! My deepest sympathies to Kyra, Kendra and Kory and mother Casey. May your precious memories bring you comfort in the days to come. Terri made her mark on the world with her smile and kindness. and will surely be missed.

Mary Ann Reutow

I spent many years being very good friends with Terri (and Holly) growing up in east Edmonton going to elementary, junior and high school together – and all the trials and tribulations that come with those times. We leaned on each other through a few bad times and shared much, much laughter and happiness as well. We attended CGIT, were part of a bowling league and did all kinds of activities. After we were both married (and attended each others’ weddings within a few months of each other) we fell apart – that happens when there is a new life partner and lives …. I’ve always been sorry to not have contacted her in some way. I will always happily remember her and look back to those years as her being a big part of my life. RIP my friend. Mary Ann Reutow (nee Ewers)

Dennis Kassian

I spent my teenage years with Terri, Holly and my second mother Casey.

We were both hired at Wardair and did intial training Nov 26/1984.

She loves hugs !
Im sending one !

xo

Silvia Casciaro

I worked with Terri at Air Canada. She always had a smile and was a kind and helpful person. She never said anything negative about anybody. May she be at peace. She will watch over her loved ones from above.

Terry Bonifacio

My condolences to Terri’s children and family. I will always remember her kindness and compassion for all!

Kim Williams (Gowler)

My deepest condolences on the loss of your mother, daughter, sister and friend.

Terri was a huge part of my life when we were kids. My sister, Paige, and I always looked forward to visits with Terri and Holly. We looked up to her and admired her. I have thought of her many times over the years.

Rest in Peace Terri

Pat Brown

I worked with your mother for many years at Canadian Airlines and Air Canada. She was truly a lovely lady. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this very difficult time. May you rest in peace my dear friend.

Angela Heidinger

Sending deepest condolences to Terri’s family. I worked with Terri at Western RV.
Terri always talked very highly of her kids, she was a wonderful lady that always had a smile on her face and such a kind soul. Rest easy Terri you will be missed by many.

Alysha Fedoruk

My deepest condolences to the family of Terri.

I worked with Terri at Western Rv. She always had a smile on her face and was laughing all the time. She was such a kind hearted person, so sweet. I loved listening to her travel stories and getting to know the person she was. Terri you will be greatly missed. I hope you keep dancing.

Rest In Peace my friend.

Alma

I worked with Terri at Wardair Res and will always remember her beautiful smile. She was a beautiful soul. My deepest of condolences

Lynn Dalsin

I worked with Terri at Wardair reservations and then at the airport with Canadian airlines and Air Canada. Terri was always a pleasure to work with and is missed
Take care

Laura Laura Rodrigues

I knew Terri, through good and bad. She was a kind soul, fighting demons along the way. She loved her kids more than anything in this world. I trust she is at peace. My thoughts are prayers to her family.

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