Leonilla (Lzie) Josephine Bruggenkamp Terry passed away on May 27. 2019 at the age of 95. She was a loving mother, aunt, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend to all. She was born on July 12, 1923 in Blackfoot, Idaho to Henry and Mary Spanbauer Bruggenkamp. She grew up in Blackfoot and attended local schools where she graduated from the Catholic high school. She moved to May, Idaho where her family operated a ranch. She boarded in Blackfoot while attending school because the ranch was in a remote location and attending school was difficult. She married Farrell Terry on May 8, 1948 in Salmon, Idaho. They are the parents of three children, Mary (Kevin Offret) Brown of West Valley City, Utah; Ed (Junette) Terry of Huntington; Patsy (Willie) Stoddard of Huntington; six grandsons, Mark Stoddard, Matthew (Heidi) Stoddard, Joseph (Chantel) Stoddard, Luke (Brandee) Stoddard, Nick Stoddard and Andrew (Morgan) Terry. Three great-grandsons and one great-grand daughter; Brinlee, Drake, Porter and Eldrick Stoddard. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews that loved her dearly and family friends Teresa DeBruyn,and Nadine Stauffer. Thanks to her special neighbors, Robert, Sherry and Dennis for always looking out for her. Thanks to all the Rocky Mountain Hospice nurses and caregivers who helped her after her heart attack. Preceded in death by her husband Farrell on Oct. 12, 1988, two sisters Mary Moodie and Teresa Young; two brothers John Bruggenkamp and Herm Bruggenkamp, nephews, Tommy Moodie, Dan Bruggenkamp and nieces, Jeanne Bruggenkamp, Helen Bruggenkamp, LaNere Bruggenkamp, and Nola Bruggenkamp. She lived in May, Idaho for a time after her marriage. She worked alongside her husband on various ranches in the Pahsimeroi Valley. After Farrell’s accident where he was paralyzed in a mine, they moved to Utah where Farrell became a Teamster and worked construction and Leonilla raised her children while following the construction jobs. They lived in Howe, Burley, Evanston, Tremonton, Grantsville, Blanding, Bluff and Huntington. After retirement they settled in Tooele, Utah. Grammie enjoyed gardening, growing flowers, yard work and cooking. She loved to read. She enjoyed fixing her own meals and taking care of herself. She lived on her own for 31 years after Farrell’s death where she always mowed her own lawn, sometimes the neighbor’s lawn and did her own snow removal. She was very independent. She pulled more weeds than anyone in Tooele. She enjoyed her trips to Huntington to see her grandsons. She loved watching them play sports and grow-up. She loved her family and family gatherings. She never missed a birthday or graduation, there was always a card or gift in the mail. She was very thoughtful and caring to everyone. She was famous for her Grammie Rolls, Grammie’s Christmas Cookies and homemade ice cream. She was a devout Catholic who attended church each Sunday. We will miss you Grammie. Rest in Peace until we meet again. Funeral Services will be held in Salmon, Idaho with burial in the May Idaho Cemetery beside her beloved Farrell. Viewing and rosary on Friday, May 31 at 6 p.m. at the St. Charles Catholic Church in Salmon, Idaho. Funeral mass on Saturday, June 1 at 11 a.m. at St. Charles Catholic Church.\n\nTo send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Leonilla (Lzie) Josephine (Bruggenkamp) Terry please visit our Sympathy Store.