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I am so sorry to see this, I just saw her not long ago working at Hess, showed her pictures of my granddaughter, as her son was good friends with my son. My deepest condolences for the family.
Terri was the sweetest of the sweets.. She has always been a bright light. she was a friend and will be greatly missed. Rest in Peace sweet Terri.
I drove bus 511, Lucas & Jacob ride my bus. I will her son much. We had a few life's at the bus stop or when seen them when on my golf cart. I loved talking with her. She was so full of Life. Fly high Sweet Angel.
My heart goes out to the family. Terri was one of a kind. She never met a stranger and was so loving and caring to all that knew her. I loved her dearly. God gained another Angel. Fly high sister🙏🏻🙏🏻❤️❤️❤️
Terri Lynn Mims
Terri Lynn (Moseley) Mims of Yulee, FL, peacefully passed away at her home on Jan. 07, 2023.
Terri was born on Feb. 02, 1958, in Jacksonville, FL., to (the late) William and Nell Moseley. Terri grew up in Jacksonville and after graduating from Andrew Jackson High School, married the love of her life, William Arthur “Art” Mims Jr. on Oct. 11, 1980.
Terri was a stay-at-home wife and mother who devoted her life to her husband, children, extended family, and friends. For years, she was a well-known volunteer at the Yulee Little League ballpark, running the concession stand. Later in life, Terri became a corporate admin, in which she was able to travel throughout the United States alongside Art.
She was a loving mother, grandmother, beloved friend, avid Florida Gators fan who loved the beach, bird watching, gardening, arts, crafts, country music, sunsets, and spoiling her grandchildren.
Terri is survived by her husband, Art; her son, William “Bucky” Mims, and his wife, Ashley, her two daughters, Amanda Lynn Mims and Ellen Marie Mims; and five grandchildren, Emma, Lucas, Jakob, Collins and Moseley.
Terri also leaves behind her sister, Cynthia (Moseley) Ezell and her spouse Wayne; brother, William “Billy” Moseley, and his spouse, Renee; and many wonderful nieces, nephews, and in-laws,
Terri will always be remembered for her kind heart and infectious smile.
At this time, the family is planning a small private gathering to celebrate her life.