Fort Worth, Texas - Terri Sue Woodbridge Moore passed away unexpectedly at home. She will be sorely missed.
Terri was born in LaJunta, Colorado the daughter of Geraldine and Edward Woodbridge Jr. After graduating from high school in Scottsdale, Arizona, Terri attended West Texas State University. She graduated with a degree in elementary education. At WTSU she was a member of Chi Omega Fraternity. After graduation, Terri taught school in Corpus Christi, Texas, and initiated the first program for gifted students in the school district.
Terri met her husband, Jeff, on a blind date arranged by her sister and his mother. She moved to Fort Worth where she lived for over 44 years. Always the soul of any gathering, on moving to Fort Worth, she helped start a Bunco club like one she had enjoyed in Corpus Christi. The “Bunco Beauties” would become her close friends, confidantes, and allies for over four decades. Terri was also a devoted member of University Christian Church and an active participant in Bible Study Fellowship.
She was preceded in death by her parents and sister, Rena Woodbridge.
In addition to her beloved husband, Jeff, Terri is survived by her son, Eric Moore and his wife, Meredith and daughters, Lindsay and Amelia Moore of Houston, Texas; sisters, Judy Knorpp and her children, Brad Knorpp and Kenda Cobb and family of Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Cindy Wooten of Crowley, Texas, and her son, David Bryan Wooten and family of San Antonio, Texas. She is also survived by in-laws, Rick Moore and Rose Auslander and family, Ed and Melinda Stanfield and family, and Al Moore and family.
A Celebration of Terri’s Life will be held at 2 pm Monday, December 11, at University Christian Church, 2720 S. University Drive. The family will receive friends in the church’s Gallery Area following the service. Her Honorary Bearers are “The Bunco Beauties”.
Consideration of contributions to University Christian Church, the Wounded Warrior Project, Texas Christian University, or to a charity of choice, in her memory, is suggested.