Teresa L. Wilt

Teresa L. Wilt, age 48 resident of Enola, PA, passed away on Saturday, Sep. 21, 2013 in the comfort of her home with her loving family. She was born on Jan. 23, 1965, daughter of Robert and Sherry Deibert.

Terri graduated from Cedar Cliff High School. She earned her respiratory degree from HACC before attending Temple University, where she earned a Masters of Business Administration.  Terri worked for Tri-anim Health Services where she was promoted as the first female regional sales manager.  She was on the Board of Directors for the American Lung Association and the National Board for Respiratory Care.  She was also involved in other respiratory associations.

Surviving are her sons, Craig and Tyler and her husband Dennis of Enola, mother, Sherry Deibert, father, Robert Deibert of Camp Hill, sister Jill Gray and her husband, Josh, nephew Jagger, niece Jayda of Mechanicsburg and nephew Kyle and Corrine Smith of Enola.

Viewing will be held on Thursday from 11AM-1:30PM at the Enola First Church of God, 9 Sherwood Dr. Enola PA 17025. Services will begin at 1:30PM at the church. Interment will be held at Rolling Green Cemetery, 1811 Carlisle Rd. Camp Hill PA at 3PM.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society towards breast cancer (800-227-2345), American Lung Association and Crossing Hospice of the VNA.

The Sullivan Funeral Home is honored to serve the Wilt family.

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Our many thoughts, memories and prayers go out to Terri and her wonderful family, God Bless you all.

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I thought the world of Terry. My family will keep your family in our prayers.

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Terri will be missed and those of us who got to know her were blessed. My family will pray for all of Terri's family.

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Terri was one of the most kind, compassionate, giving people I have ever known. Her generosity and thoughtfulness was only exceeded by her willingness to help others and her smile. She was not only a mentor to me at Tri-anim, she was the perfect example on how to live your life. She taught me to work hard but always have time for family, don’t sweat the small stuff, and to always have fun in whatever you do. She was my manager and friend and I will miss her very much.
Our deepest condolences,
The DeNinno family

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We will always remember Terri's smile and uplifting spirit. Sending our prayers to all of Terri's family and friends.

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I am so sad to hear this! My thoughts go out to Terri's family.

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My heart is breaking! Terri will truely be missed and I will never forget her! Thoughts and prayers to the family.

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Terri was always positive and upbeat....a true class act. She showed all of us what dignity is!

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Terri was a bright star and certainly made a huge difference in many people's lives during her life. That is the legacy that we can all hope to attain no matter how many years God gives us. I was privileged to work with two very bright stars at Tri-anim Dan and Terri. I know they are still shining down on us. God Bless all Terri's family and friends; we will all miss that smile forever.

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Terri was my friend and colleague. Whenever she was in Maine she always made time to say hello. She was one of the kindest people I've ever met, and I don't think I ever saw her when her entire face wasn't lit up with a beautiful smile. My deepest sympathy to her family, friends and co-workers.

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My brief association with Terri was full of admiration! She accomplished a great deal, and contributed a lot to the betterment of many!
Our world needs more like her!!

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My life was better in knowing Terri. She was not only smart, a beautiful person (inside and out), but Terri was driven to do her very best. I will miss Terri!

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This wasn't supposed to happen. Not without hint or warning anyway particularly in respect to Teri's age. But it did. With unexpected suddenness, Teri Wilt has died and will no longer be with us. Her death has left all of us who knew her in a state of shock, disbelief and pain.
If there is a lesson to be learned here it is that life is so precious, so vulnerable, so unpredictable that it behooves us to live every day to the fullest because we know not what tomorrow brings. Cherish those most close to us because times that should have been spent together cannot be recovered.
We sometimes live as if life is certain and death is uncertain. But the reverse is true. Life is uncertain and death is certain.
Let us be honest with death. Let us not pretend that death is less than it is. It is separation. It is sorrow. It is grief. It is hurt. It is the loss of someone taken, irrevocably, from us.
But let us not pretend that death is more than it is. It is not the end of everything positive in our lives. It is not an end to joy. It is not an end to hope. It is not an end to constructive change. It is not perpetual loneliness. Don't deny the reality of her death. But at the same time don't overstate it.
Pain is not bottomless. It has a beginning, a middle and end. Sadness is a dignified human emotion. Don't deny it. Share it with other family members, relatives and loved ones. Allow it to run its course. It will go away.
Even though Teri's departure is difficult, rejoice in the fact that she was a most decent, honorable, kind, friendly and exemplary human being. The reaction from everybody is universal: She was SUCH a nice person."
Dennis, Craig, Tyler and the rest of the Wilt family, it is entirely normal to feel grief, trauma, loneliness, hurt, denial and even depression for a little while. But in time those feelings will diminish. Through the veil of tears and hurt, it is sometimes hard to make sense of all this. But with time, love, caring, patience and understanding, Teri's death will take on some meaningful perspective. And you will come to realize that Teri was a most extraordinary woman who lived a life worthy of emulation.

Love and condolence,

Kenny Lippold

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It was an honor to know Terri as she was sweet, kind and had a wonderful attitude. My prayers go out to her family that you will be strengthened to endure, that your hearts are not hardened, and God brings you peace.

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My deepest condolences on your profound loss. Terri's poise, kindness and intelligence were immediately apparent to all who met her. It was a privilege to know Terri, and it is my hope and prayer that God comfort you through this difficult time.

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My deepest condolences to each member of the family during this extremely difficult time. Terri was a very dear friend and colleague and one of the most positive individuals I have ever worked with. She will be greatly missed. Our prayers go out to each family member during this time.

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I am saddened to hear that Terri has lost her battle. Terri was a great person and I am glad that I had the opportunity to know and work with her. She will be missed by all. She is pain free and in peace. Blessings to her husband and children.

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Thoughts and prayers are with the family. Jean and Lonnie Bagwell, also, send their condolences.

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I was very blessed to have Terri for a friend for the past 15 years. I would like to thank her for all of the good memories she has given me as well as the way she has taught me to always see the positive side of every situation and every person that crosses my path. I feel very fortunate to have had her in my life.

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To the Wilt Family,
I am so sorry to hear of Terri's passing. She was a great friend to me in my senior year at Temple University (Harrisburg Campus), where we both achieved our MBA. We had such great conversations and kept in touch each year at Christmas time, exchanging Christmas cards. I regret now that we didn't connect in person. But, she has always been in my thoughts. She was a wonderful classmate and I will truly miss her. My heart goes out to her family. You will be in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

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To the Wilt Family,

The entire Aerogen team passes along their deep condolences. Terri was one of those special people you meet in life. She possessed such a positive outlook on everything. She was genuine and kind to everyone she interacted with. She will be deeply missed. May God be with your entire family in this time of loss. The Aerogen Team.

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Terri you have graced the lives of many and your presence will be missed. Dan, Steve, and I will never forget our fishing trip off of Block Island. Godspeed.
Kevin

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