I didn't hear of Terri's passing until much later; I was in her ward and was her neighbor for four years at one point. I knew she wasn't happy with her marriage and I knew that having no children of her own weighed heavily on her heart. She said very little, but when one soul feels the same pain it recognizes it in another. I loved her and could feel and share in the pain of having a home life that was less than fulfilling at the time. I got out in a different way. I hope that she has found the peace she so deserves and feels the love of her Heavenly Father and all those that surround her as well of the love of those she has left behind. She is missed.