Terri Rhodes Voils

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October 28, 1955 ~ December 15, 2012

Terri Rhodes Voils was born in St. Louis, MO. She married David Voils on November 11, 1994. She is survived by her husband David of Greenville, her daughter Rachel Gentry of Bloominton, IL, her mother and step-father Virginia "Ginny" and Rev. Conrad Stone of Greenville, and her brothers Robert M. Rhodes and William L. Rhodes both of Greenville. Memorial contributions are suggested to The Bond County Humane Society.

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  1. Words can't express what Terri meant to her friends and co-workers at QBE/GC. We shared so many memories that will always bring a smile to our face when we think about them. She was a wonderful person and was so proud of Rachel and we knew how much she loved Dave and her family. I am so sorry for your loss.

  2. I had the privledge of working with Terri when she was at General Casualty. She was a wonderful lady….condelences to the family…my prayers are with you.

  3. I am so sorry fo your loss. I will never forget how much Terri loved her family, pets, shelter animals, politics and Cardinal's baseball. She always put a smile on our faces at QBE/GC.

  4. When I worked with Terri at General Casualty, traveling in the field, she was always alot of fun and a great person. Although I have not seen her for awhile, she will be missed. My prayers are with her family. She was always so happy and proud of them.

  5. We are so sorry for your loss. We truly enjoyed working with Terri when she was with General Casualty/QBE. She will be missed by all who knew her. You are in our continued thoughts and prayers. God bless you.

  6. Terri was a very special person. She enjoyed life, her family and friends. I am honored to have known and worked with her. You will always have your memories and know you are not alone.

  7. I had the privilege of working with Terri at General Casualty/ QBE for many years. We took our breaks together and I always loved listening to her stories. One of the stories I remember that still makes me laugh was the one where she was so kind to pick a dog up along the interstate and drive to the nearest gas station to see if someone had lost their dog. While inside the dog jumped up and out the window of her car. My thoughts and prayers are with her family at this time and I am so sorry for your loss.

  8. Terri was a awesome lady. I loved working with her. I not only thought of her as a great friend but a mother. She will be missed greatly. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family.

  9. My Deepest Sympathy to the family of Terri. I knew Terri years ago when I was a child. I just now found out about her passing. I send my prayers to her family. God Bless- Michael Westcott

  10. It's been almost 3 months, and I still miss my best friend terribly. We had some great times! I'll never forget what a good friend she was to me and to all who knew her.

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