PRYOR, OK —
Funeral services for Terri Flint, 54, Chouteau, are 2 p.m. on Tuesday, April 29, at First Baptist Church in Chouteau. The Rev. Wallace Broyles and the Rev. Tom Landsaw will officiate with burial following at Chouteau West Cemetery.
Services are under the direction of Key Funeral Home in Pryor.
Terri Lynn (Neel) Flint was born on July 24, 1959, in Tahlequah to Charles Alvin and Betty Lou (Black) Neel. She died Friday, April 25, at her home in Chouteau.
She grew up and attended school at Pryor. She was married to David Keith Flint on Oct. 24, 1975 in Chouteau; they made their home in Chouteau and from their union came two sons, Eric and Kyle. She was a wonderful and giving wife and mother who enjoyed spending time with her family. She loved organizing family get-togethers where she would cook and entertain. She was a constant fixture in the lives of her sons, traveling to all ballgames they might be playing, dressed to impress with her son’s jersey numbers. She loved attending Tulsa Drillers games and Kansas City Chiefs football games with David and the boys. She and David enjoyed spending time together whether it was traveling or just hanging out at home. She was a constant source of love, encouragement and support to her mother and her siblings.
She worked as the Chouteau Public Schools cafeteria manager from 1993-2009; she loved her job and was always known by her coworkers as a hard worker. After retiring, she spent countless hours organizing family photos and scrapbooking. She had an entire room at her house dedicated to her scrapbooking and crafts. She also loved shopping, anywhere, anyplace and anytime with anyone. She was always thinking of others and when she would find something she thought someone would like, she bought it for them. She also loved going to Branson and War Eagle. She was a longtime member of Faith Baptist Church in Chouteau.
She had a vibrant personality and was always on the go, she loved her busy life and all of the friends and family she was able to share it with; she will be greatly missed by them all.
She is survived by her husband of 38 years, David of the home; two sons, Eric Flint and wife Malissa of Pryor and Kyle Flint of Chouteau; mother Betty Neel of Pryor and mother-in-law Irene Flint of Chouteau; four brothers, Alan Neel of Pryor, Mike Neel and wife Janie of Chouteau, Larry Neel of Pryor and Rick Neel of Pryor; sister Debbie Koscheski of Pryor; brother-in-law Michael Flint of Chouteau and sister-in-law Linda Helms and husband Galen of Chouteau; numerous nieces, nephews and other extended family and friends.
She was preceded in death by her father, nephew Chris Neel and grandparents Roy and Allie Black and Alvin and Leona Neel.