Terri Greenroyd

Terri Holder Greenroyd, 51, of
Bryan, passed away peacefully on
February 6, 2010, at her residence
after a battle with cancer. A memorial
service is set for 3 p.m. on Wednesday,
February 10, 2010 at Callaway-Jones
Funeral Home.
She was born to James and Joyce
Holder on October 19, 1958 in
Pasadena, Texas. She was a loving
wife, mother and grandmother, and
her greatest joy was spending her time with her beautiful
She was preceded in death by “Grandma” Carrie
Holloman and Aunt Joy Tucker.
Survivors include her husband of 32 years, Ricky
Greenroyd; daughter and son in law, Amber Greenroyd
and Patrick Gilbert, of Bryan; son and daughter in law,
Cody Greenroyd and Bobbie Ridgeway, of Bryan; a son,
Brandon Michael Griffin, of Bryan; parents, James and
Joyce Holder, of Bryan; brother and sister-in-law, Ronnie
and Sherri Holder; granddaughters, Brooklyn, Halle,
Jaycie and Laura, all of Bryan; and numerous nieces and
The family extends thanks to all of the doctors and
Hospice of Brazos Valley, with special thanks to friends,
Lisa Wolfe, Tina Jones and
Vinita Lovings for your care and
compassion shown to her.
In Lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to Hospice Brazos
Valley, 502 W. 26th Street, Bryan,
TX 77803.


  1. I am so sorry for your loss. Terri was a woderful person and will be missed dearly. God Bless her family and her parents. Ya’ll are in my thoughts.

  2. Terri touch the hearts of everyone she encountered she was loved by so many and will never be forgotten.She was a wonderful kind hearted woman and will be missed. Love you Terri but,I know that you are in a better place.I am honored to have known you.May you rest in peace.

  3. We’ve all enjoyed the pleasure, & at times endured pain,,We’ve lived in the sunshine,& danced in the rain,But now we’re seperated,only for a time apart,But you are not alone,cause you’re forever in my heart.There may be times you miss her, ,I sort of hope you do,But smile when you think of her,For she’ll be waiting for you. Now there’s many things for you to do,And lots of ways to grow,So get busy, be happy,and live your life,Miss her, but let her go.

    Rest In Peace Terri & tell my Mom & Lil Brother I said hello & I LOVE & MISS THEM

  4. My heart goes out to you in your time of great loss. Even though I did not know Terri personally, I know what its like to lose someone you love to cancer. My mother in law died almost 3 years ago and it was so hard to see what all she had to go through. My comfort came from knowing God sees the pain we feel. Psalms 56:8 says He collects all our tears and preserves them in his bottle and records everyone in his book. He promises to soon resurrect our loved one to perfect health and life in a peaceful new world. (Revelation 21:4; Psalms 37:11,29; John 5:28,29) It is my wish that you will find comfort and hope from these thoughts from the Bible.

  5. I am very sorry for ya’lls loved one. Prayers go to the family and Terri will always be remembered in my heart. Ya’ll hang in there, and to Terries Mom God bless! We are thinking of you…

  6. I am so sorry for your loss. I remember all the good times that we shared with Terri and the family. Her house was always open for anyone to come and just hang out. She was a very loving and caring person. My prayers are with you during this time of loss.

  7. After the death of his close friend Lazarus, Jesus gave way to tears as John 11:35 reports. The grief experienced by family and friends in connection with death does bring tears and pain, so even though I didn’t know Terri, after reading her obituary, I wanted to take a moment to extend my sympathy and sincere condolence for your loss and share God’s promise to swallow up death forever, make the earth a beautiful paradise to enjoy life forever. (Isaiah 25:8; Psalm 37:11,29)

  8. Ricky, Amber and Cody….we are so sorry to hear about Terri. We cannot believe she is gone. She was such a loving person who always made us feel welcome, and we don’t remember a time when she did not have a smile on her face. Terri took such good care of her family and her friends – I think everyone will remember that about her. The world is definitely a sadder place without her in it. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you and may your memories bring you peace.


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