Teresa “Teri” Marie (Bulik) Angell, 75, was born in Washington, DC on October 4, 1943 at Garfield Hospital to Joseph John Bulik and Virginia Marie (Buchheim) Bulik and raised in Chevy Chase, Maryland. During her childhood she lived for four years in Russia and actually spoke Russian, and also lived for a year in Tehran, Iran. As an adult she lived in Florida, Oklahoma and Southern California before moving to Kansas.
Teri was a wonderful wife and homemaker to her husband Tom, until he went home to Jesus. She was a caregiver with a huge heart, which is reflected at her home and community within the Windsor Place network, by all the friends and staff that had become part of her family. She loved to play cards, SkipBo and put together puzzles. What drew one to Teri was her glowing spirit, her laughter, her beautiful eyes, and her amazing skin.
Proceeded in death by her husband Thomas Angell, her parents,
Joseph J. Bulik and Virginia M. Bulik, and her sister, Judith Anne Bulik.
Survived by her children, Pattie Harper, Boone, NC and Victor Letts, JR, Tacoma, WA. Her siblings; Joshua T. O’Rourke, Venice, FL, Carol C. Bulik, Grand Junction, CO, Kristina R. Bulik-Hocum, Ft. Collins, CO, M. Zoe Bulik Wahl, Caney, KS, John J. Bulik, Wheatridge, CO, Joel N. Bulik, Denver, CO and grandchildren; Holly, Emily, Abigail, Lily, Maly and Ellen and six great-grandchildren, numerous nieces and nephews.
Celebration of Life Services will be at Windsor Place Nursing Home,
2921 W 1st St, Oxford Unit, Coffeyville, KS on
Saturday, September 14, 2019 at 2PM.