Sept. 30, 1964 –– Feb. 27, 2018
Teresa Currier was born in Enterprise to Barbara and Hubert Parker. She grew up in Joseph amongst the beautiful Wallowa Mountains.
Teresa’s love for the mountains and outdoors took her from her hometown to Anchorage, Alaska, and to the Cascade Mountains near Bend, Ore., before finally settling in Cody in 2010. She immediately fell in love with the horseback riding with many friends and the friendly nature of the town.
Known for her generosity and always putting others first, Teresa always had a way to make others feel her love and caring nature.
In 2010, Teresa accomplished a lifelong goal of achieving her Bachelor’s degree. In her professional life, Teresa accomplished many tasks and never took on a job or project with less than 110 percent enthusiasm and attitude.
She did that with all aspects of her life. volunteering for many projects over the years and spending countless hours to get the job done right. She was a board member of Farm-City Pro Rodeo in Hermiston and also a volunteer at crisis intervention in Cody.
Teresa loved many things in life, but by far her greatest love was her two children. She often could be heard and seen glowing with pride recounting an accomplishment of theirs.
Teresa is survived by her daughter Kelsey and son Christopher; her father Hugh Parker, sister Sally Parker and brothers Scott (Terry) Parker and Mike Parker. Teresa was predeceased by her mother Barbara Parker.
Teresa’s passion for helping others will be forever imprinted on the people she touched. Donations can be made in Teresa’s name to Crisis Intervention in Cody.
An online memorial is available at BallardFH.com.