Terri Sue Polacca

It is with great sadness that the family of Terri Sue Polacca announces her passing after a brief illness, on Saturday, June 2, 2018, at the age of 48 years. Terri will be lovingly remembered by her family: parents, Anthony and Ellen Polacca, sister Renae, and brother, Ryun. She leaves behind, the 3 loves of her life, her children: Judson Baker (23), Rylie Kelley (20), and Reagan Haskell (14). She also loved numerous animals through the years. Terri attended Lawrence Public Schools (Centennial, Central Junior High, and Lawrence High School). While attending Lawrence High School she participated on the girls’ gymnastics team. After years as a homemaker, she went back to continue her education. She graduated from Pinnacle Career Center with a certificate as a Personal Fitness Trainer. Terri had a love of cows, country music, laughing, and spending time with friends where they could experience her infectious laugh. She was married to Brian Baker. He survives.

A Memorial Service in memory of Terri will be held on Thursday, June 14, 2018 at 11:00 a.m., at Cornerstone Baptist Church, 802 W 22nd Terrace, Lawrence, KS 66046, with Rev. John Gaskin officiating. Those who so desire may make memorial donations to Reagan Haskell Education Fund sent to Cornerstone Baptist Church.

Messages & Condolences

From Kent...

Ill never forget you! What a great personality. My Central locker neighbor that had a smile every day I saw you no matter what.

From Kathy...

May God be with you to give you comfort and strength in time of loss, I know want your going through as well when i loss my daughter. Thinking of you all always

From Lorraine Denson...

“The meditation of my heart, the thoughts I ponder through the
day, may they be pleasing to You, Lord, and keep me steadfast
in Your Way. When worries weigh upon my mind and make me
restless in the night, then may I meditate on You and things I
know to be upright. So may I ponder Your Own Words,
absorbed in them may I become.” Philippians 4:6-9

From Janet Dercole...

I’m so sorry for your loss. I remember driving the girls to the gym all those times. She was so pretty and sweet.

From Kathleen Brown...

Oh my goodness. We are so sorry. What a beautiful girl. After losing both our sons we know all to well your sadness. Thinking of all of you.

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