Terri Lynn Morawetz
06/21/2020

Terri was born August 10, 1966 to Danial V. and Thyra (Broyles) Wilson in Salt Lake City, Utah. She passed peacefully on June 21, 2020 in St. George, Utah

Her father’s work took the family to live in exotic places such as Wake Island, Hawaii and Salt Lake City, Utah.

Terri loved dressing to the nines, spending time at the family cabin in the Unitas, bass fishing at the Ruby Marshes in Nevada and most of all her family.

She married the love of her life Kirk Morawetz on August 17th, 1985. Terri and Kirk were blessed with four children.

Terri is survived by her loving family Kirk (husband), Jaycee (daughter), Matthew (son), Trevor (son), grandchildren Tyler, Ember, Quinton and sister Kym Hogan. She is preceded in death by her parents Danial and Thyra Wilson and son Danial Cole Morawetz.

A private family viewing will be held June 27, 8:30 a.m. at Spilsbury Hurricane Valley, 25 2000 W, Hurricane, UT 84737. The graveside service will take place at LaVerkin Cemetery at 10:00 a.m. . Funeral arrangements are being handled by Spilsbury Mortuary (435) 673-2454. Family and friends are invited to sign her online guestbook at www.spilsburymortuary.com.

Services

Visitation

8:30 AM – 9:30 AM
20200627

Second Visitation

Services

Address

Spilsbury Hurricane Valley
25 2000 W
Hurricane UT 84737

Cemetery

10:00 a.m.
20200627
LaVerkin City Cemetery
580 N State St
La Verkin, UT 84745

Guest Book

6 Responses

  1. Kirk and Family,
    Our hearts are heavy as we hear of Terri’s passing. She always had such a beautiful smile and was so kind. Please know we are thinking of you. Love, The Maurer Family in Nibley

  2. Terri was one of the first to welcome me into the family and I will always treasure those memories. She was an amazing cook and talented in so many ways. May she be at peace.

  3. Terri was a great cousin and friend. I am heartbroken by this. Life threw her so many tough curves. Despite that, she raised really great kids and truly loved her husband. I’m going to remember her as she was when she visited my family back in the mid-70s. She and I rode bikes everywhere. She was a fearless explorer, she was kind, and she was always ready for adventure. She was funny and we shared a lot of laughter. Rest in peace, beautiful Terri. You are loved.

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