Terri Renee McClain
January 26, 1962 -
February 16, 2014

Visitation

February 18, 2014
5 - 8 pm

Service 

February 18, 2014
7:00 pm

Interment

Obituary

Visitation for Mrs. Terri Renee McClain, age 52 of Taft, will be conducted Tuesday evening from 5 until 8 pm at Higgins Funeral Home with a service conducted at 7 pm with Pastor George Turke officiating. Mrs. McClain passed away Sunday at her residence.

Mrs. McClain was a native of Mineola, TX, the daughter of Helen Faye Williams Mallatt and the late Clifford Kenneth Allen. She was a cook and a member of the Blanche First Methodist Church.

Survivors include her husband Rex McClain of Taft, daughters Helen Renee Gibson and husband Jay of California, Stacie Sue Boyd-Harcrow and Matthew Todd of Taft, Annie Marie Howe and Duron Robinson of Ardmore, AL, June Allison McClain and Pete Deleon, III of Rosenburg, TX, Alisha Jane Harcrow and Chase Parsons of Taft, grandchildren Dylan Ray Casper, C’irea Allison Casper, Kyle Jordan Casper, Alexa Marie Lewter, Landon Gibson, Carlynn Todd and one grandchild on the way; mother and step-father Helen and Keith Mallatt of Channelview, TX, sister Shannon Schreiber of Crosby, TX, brother Richard Allen of Rosenburg, TX.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Ronald McDonald House.

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2 Comments

  1. Vanessa ( Sunshine) Brunius

    To my Dear friend Terri…. You will be missed very much, I love you R.I.P my friend. You are no longer in pain, you have your wings now, so you can be the guarding of all us now!!! To my God Daughter I love you.

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  2. Bernadette Grubbs

    My sister-in-law Terri passed on Sunday 02 16 14. I would like to take this time now to share my thoughts about her. I have only seen Terri a handful of times in the past seventeen years. We are miles apart, but there are many memorable things about her that were beautiful. She loved my brother and her daughters and grandchildren. She loved life and when she was diagnosed with a disabling back problem, she fought hard and long. She worked as long as she could. I last saw her several years ago at her home in Channelview before the family moved to Tenn. and she looked great. She was a little thin but was vivacious and upbeat. Terri’s, last many years have been a roller coaster of doctor visits and surgical treatments, pain medication. She certainty suffered by all accounts that my brother relayed to me. I did not discuss her spiritual life, but included her in my prayers. God bless you Terri. I hope to meet you in heaven one day.
    Love,
    Bernadette

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2 Comments

  1. Vanessa ( Sunshine) Brunius

    To my Dear friend Terri…. You will be missed very much, I love you R.I.P my friend. You are no longer in pain, you have your wings now, so you can be the guarding of all us now!!! To my God Daughter I love you.

    Reply
  2. Bernadette Grubbs

    My sister-in-law Terri passed on Sunday 02 16 14. I would like to take this time now to share my thoughts about her. I have only seen Terri a handful of times in the past seventeen years. We are miles apart, but there are many memorable things about her that were beautiful. She loved my brother and her daughters and grandchildren. She loved life and when she was diagnosed with a disabling back problem, she fought hard and long. She worked as long as she could. I last saw her several years ago at her home in Channelview before the family moved to Tenn. and she looked great. She was a little thin but was vivacious and upbeat. Terri’s, last many years have been a roller coaster of doctor visits and surgical treatments, pain medication. She certainty suffered by all accounts that my brother relayed to me. I did not discuss her spiritual life, but included her in my prayers. God bless you Terri. I hope to meet you in heaven one day.
    Love,
    Bernadette

    Reply

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