Terri L Latshaw

Terri L. Diem Latshaw, age 40, of Honey Brook, PA, passed on January 1, 2022 due to Covid-19.  She was the loving wife of John F. Latshaw, III and mother to Mecanzie L. Latshaw, John F. Latshaw, IV and Cole E. Latshaw.  In addition, she is survived by her father, Donald Barry Diem; stepmother, Catherine Diem; mother, Betty Trout and by 3 brothers and 3 sisters.

Terri was a partner with her husband in their business, Latshaw’s Junk Removal.  She was a graduate of Pequea Valley High School and supervised the education of all three of her children.  She was always there for any friend in need.  Terri was always the one that would “make it happen”.  Terri loved all animals, especially her dogs and her fishponds.  Terri was a loving wife, mother and friend and will be dearly missed by all.

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  • John children and Cheri I’m so very sorry for your loss. May God be with each and everyone of you. Try and take it easy guys. This is so sad.

  • I called Latshaw’s Junk Removal when the house needed to be readied for sale. Couldn’t have found a more conscientious, clever, or hard-working person than Terri.

  • My heart is broken at the passing of Terri. I remember her as a little girl who played with my daughter. She grew into a loving compassionate young women. Always there when her father needed help. Guiding him through his serious health issues. Terri was a loving wife, mother and daughter to her family. Always a pleasant and fun person to talk with. I can’t believe she is gone at such a young age. Deepest sympathies to the Diem, Latshaw, and Trout family. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers.

  • We have always loved Terri and your family. She was an amazing woman and an amazing friend. We will miss her terribly! She was always there for us. Sending love and prayers to your whole family.

  • Dear John and family i’m so sorry to hear the sad news praying for you and kids if you need anything let me know

  • I remember Terri as a little girl then at her wedding.
    We were not in touch for many years, but it saddens me at her loss.
    You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  • John & Family
    We are so very, very sorry to hear of Terri’s passing, Terri, you and your whole family were and still are considered a part of our family, all of you were so very kind to mom & I and we are heart broken, we know what you and your family are going through, our family has experienced losing love ones, we lost a sibling, aunt and 2 cousins in 2021, 3 of them in less than 2 months, time will heal the wounds, we are still grieving, but things get better over time, and remember all the good times you shared with Terri. Please, Please, Please let mom and I know whatever we can do for you and the family, due not hesitate.
    Anne & Kevin Caporale

  • Bill and I were very saddened to hear of Terri’s passing. Our sympathies are with her entire family and everyone who loved her.

  • Terri really was a light in the room that will be sorely missed by many. With a heavy heart and watery eyes I send my prayers and best wishes to the family for their loss.

  • To Latshaw family,
    The Lord had risen her to rest peacefully, her memories will live for every
    Wishing you strength and comfort through this difficult time, Thinking of you and your family wishing you moments of peace and comfort Letting you know we are here for you during this time of sorrow with our warmest condolences Love uncle Dale and aunt Nancy

  • Jim And Kathryn McGinnis . We are deeply sorry your family is experiencing the pain of a loss like this. Our hearts go out to each of you.

  • Hi everyone my name is amber Terry is my aunts she always used to say my daughter Seneca looks just like me Amber her mother she would always say how big my kids are doing she’s always talking about how she love my dogs me and my kids will miss my Aunt Terry so much rest in peace I love you Terry

  • Hi everyone my name is Kathy Terry’s sister she was a loving mother a loving husband she loved her animals she love working with John and her husband and with her children she loves her niece Amber and her four kids which is Terry’s niece and nephews she loved them very much I used to love when me and my sister used to talk on the phone I miss those calls we would always joke on the phone about my men and she loved her dad dearly and she loved her brothers and sisters and now she’s in heaven flying her wings resting in peace he fly high sissy I love you you will be well missed

  • Things will never be the same without her. I am so sorry and I love you John and kids… you are in my heart and prayers everyday.

  • John, we just learned of Terri’s passing. We send our most sincere sympathy. Through all of the sadness, we rejoice that Terri is in heaven and praising God. We know that we will see her again for eternity.
    Please let us know if there is anything we can do. Jim

  • It’s been so long since we spoke, but all the times I came to see you I felt loved. You taught me so much, you inspired me to become better. You was always there for my children, and that meant the world to me. I will definitely miss you 😢 I know you’re in a better place, I will never forget you. Thanks for being a great friend! Love you always!

  • We hadn’t kept up as much in the last 20 years, but you were always so full of life and spunk. My memory has faded over the years, but I’m almost certain you were the one that insisted I come sit with all of you those many years ago when I was the new girl looking for a place to sit in the cafeteria. Either way, I know you definitely welcomed me with open arms because that was just your way. Rest easy, Terri, and may your family and friends all carry close their sweet memories of you as we grapple with your being gone.

  • Oh woman we meet back in our teen days back when you were in that terrible relationship the only good thing that came from it was I meet you then shortly after you and John hooked up and started off on a life of ur own together the 2 of you where always there for me no matter what. You truly did an amazing job in your 40 yrs of life as a mother wife n business owner you accomplished a lot and everyone is truly proud of u. No one could ever fill ur shoes n you will always be missed and loved may u rest in peace my friend

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