Teresa Flowers

Teresa Marie "Terry" Flowers (Tanous)

October 28, 1958 - April 11, 2021
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Teresa Marie “Terry” (Tanous) Flowers, 62, of Pine Bluff passed away Sunday, April 11, 2021. She was born on October 28, 1958 in Middletown, Connecticut. Terry was preceded in death by her parents, Nagel Tanous and Opal Fay Gum. She spent many of her early years in Maine, Kansas, California and Texas. She attended high school in Amarillo, Texas. She lived many years in Beverly, Massachusetts, where she was a Deacon in The Pilgrim Church. She devoted her life to helping people through patience, love and cooking.

Terry was fulfilled by writing poetry and co-authored an inspirational pocket sized book filled with her poetry. In her final years Terry moved to Pine Bluff Arkansas to be with her longtime friend.

She will be missed by her family near and far and the many friends she touched throughout her life.

A memorial service will be held at 10:00 Am, Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at Ralph Robinson and Son with Marty Shell officiating. The service will be livestreamed for anybody unable to attend.

Survivors include her longtime friend Johnny Nugent, her sister Phoeba Irene Yanke of Amarillo, Texas; her brother Steven Lee Klinger and wife Mary of Perry, Oklahoma; her nieces, Selena Gail Yanke of Lubbock, Texas, Jennifer Lee Yanke of Dallas, Texas, Kristi Singletary of El Reno, Oklahoma; A nephew Brad Klinger of Amarillo, Texas; Great Niece, Austyn Singletary, Great Nephews, Davion Galloway of Amarillo, Texas and Logan Singletary; Also a large Tanous Family with many cousins and an Uncle Tommy and Aunt Esther.
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    Tuesday, April 20, 2021 | 10:00am
    Tuesday, April 20, 2021 10:00am
    Chapel of Ralph Robinson & Son
    807 Cherry Street
    PINE BLUFF, AR 71601
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    Marty Shell


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Linda Donahue

Posted at 12:47pm
I Worked together w/ Teresa, as we work helping boys @ risk, on a home in Beverly ,Mass. We became very good friends & remained so even after I had left Anchorage , to work w/homeless girls w/children. Teresa would come over every single morning as she got through working the overnight shift. We would have coffee & sometimes she would make the best cheese omelets I had ever tasted. Sometimes we would go out for b'fast & then I would drive her home. Teresa was an extremely loyal friend ,& will be missed by all. We had spent a lot of time together as I went to church w/her after both of us working the overnight shift, She would help me w/ waking the boys up for school every morning as we got them b'fast. I would take her to d&d as we would get donuts to bring to the Pilgrim church every Sun. Teresa was an extremely caring person ascame to my grad. W/ me @ Lesley University. When she became Deacon of the Pilgrim church I had surprised her w/ a bouquet of flowers & took her pic. @ the church. God bless Teresa in Heaven as her cheese omelets will never be forgotten.

theresa rodriguez

Posted at 10:52am
So sad to hear Cousin Teresa passed. I remembered the time she spent in Maine in the Summer before relocating to MA. My oldest was just a baby. It was nice to get to know her and will treasure the memories and conversations we had. Very happy to have spent time with her . Rest in Peace Teresa. God Bless Theresa Tanous Rodriguez

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