Terry L. Pokrant
Terry L. Pokrant, of Grove City formerly of Meadville, passed away peacefully at 5:20 p.m. on August 14th at Butler Memorial Hospital after an inspirational and courageous battle with breast cancer. She was 51 years old. Terry was born on March 30, 1965, in Fort Lewis, Washington, to her parents Willis E. and June E. Curtis Schug. Terry married George A Pokrant, of Grove City, on August 6, 1988. They have four children together. Terry was a graduate of Meadville High School, class of 1983, and Sharon Regional Health System School of Nursing, class of 1988. She was a registered nurse with Sharon Regional Health System, a parish nurse for East Main Presbyterian Church, and also a homemaker. Terry was a loving wife and mother. She touched the lives of everyone she met. Terry loved watching her children play sports, her animals, the Steelers, and most of all, spending time at the ocean with her family. Terry was loved and cherished by all, and she will be greatly missed. Survivors include her husband, George at home, 4 children, Taylor Pokrant and wife Carissa, Roanoke, VA, Jessie Pokrant, Rockwell Pokrant and Spencer Pokrant all of Grove City, 3 sisters, Susan Roller and husband Tom, Camp Hill, PA, Judy Lazina, Bloomsburg, NY and Wendy Dotson and husband Greg, Ashburn, VA. Terry was preceded in death by her parents. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Grove City YMCA, 543 E. Main St Ext., Grove City, PA 16127. There will be a Celebration of Life Service at East Main Presbyterian Church, 120 E. Main Street, Grove City, on Saturday, August 20, 2016 at 11:00 a.m., with a luncheon reception to follow in the Fellowship Hall of the church. Arrangements by Cunningham Funeral Home, Inc., Grove City, PA.
Published on August 15, 2016


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