Teresa Joan Frost

Teresa Joan Frost passed away February 4, 2016 in Lynnwood, Washington.  Teresa was born June 4, 1955 in Seattle, Washington to Gerald and Marlene Minerich.  She was a 1973 graduate of Ingraham High School and would later go on to attend Bellingham Community College to study marine biology because of her passion for fish, animals and plants.  Her professional career was marked by a distinguished career as an Insurance Adjuster for Safeco Insurance.

Teresa is survived by her son Eric Wheeler.  Her siblings Joan, Steve, Lynn, Jana and Jon.  Her father Gerald Minerich.  Her aunt Mary and uncle Rick and her aunt Joan as well as many nieces, nephews and cousins.

12 Responses to “Teresa Joan Frost”

  • Jana says:

    Missing you…
    Our hearts ache, and will never be the same without you.
    May you Rest in Peace our Big Sister, and may you know how much we love you and always will…
    Until we meet again ✝

    Your Family

  • Joan Stansberry says:

    May You Find Peace And Comfort In The Arms Of All That Have Greeted You.
    Forever In My Heart!
    I Love You Big Sis.

  • Aunt Mary says:

    Too soon, too fast. Miss you. I can’t believe I can’t pick up the phone and hear you.
    All the pain and grief is over, safely home in heaven at last. Really, rest in peace., Teri.
    We miss you terribly. I love you.

  • Erica says:

    I learned the very distinct, 3 finger twist and twirl of the hair habit from you Aunt Teri, lol! Many memories of sitting in front of your salt water aquarium with you twirling your hair, we’d watch in awe at the beautiful bright colored fish and how they glide thru the water so effortlessly. That’s how I picked up on the twirl. Lol. I always laugh when people notice and with a perplexed look on their face ask.. How do you not have a big knot in your hair? to which I reply.. Oh, it’s all about technique. Lol. It will bring a smile to my face and make me think of you always.Thank you. Rest in peace. Xoxo

  • dad says:

    heres hoping the last meal you wanted from me was as satisfying as you said, and may it comfort you on your trip, love you #1, DAD

  • jer minerich says:

    heres hoping the last meal you wanted from me was as satisfying as you said and may it last you the whole journey until you arrive at HIS table, love you #1, DAD

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  • Colleen says:

    Teri was one of my best friends when we worked together at United of Omaha in Belllevue. Unfortunately, we lost contact with each other after we changed jobs. I so remember her twirling her hair! I also remember how nice her nails always were, she taught me to put extra fingernail polish under my fingernails to make them stronger. I had never forgotten her and am saddened to hear of her passing. God Bless Teri and until we can do our nails again…you will never be forgotten.

  • Louise Faivre says:

    I just woke up from a nap and Teri’s name came to me. So of course I Google her. She was my best friend at Thompson and Ingraham. We were quite the pair. I hope her life was a happy one full of love and peace.

  • Joan Stansberry says:

    Thinking of you today and always!
    Sending you love and wishing you a Merry Christmas Big Sis, Love Joan 🎄✝️🙏🎁

  • Lisa says:

    Teri was my friend for many years she always helped me through the hard times, I respected her and I loved her…….I miss her lots.

  • Lisa says:

    Teri……I loved you for 20 years or more , I miss you and wish we could have ended on a happy note. Love you lots….

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