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CONTRIBUTION · 29th March 2013
Stephanie Waymen
Terrace is now without one of its greatest women. Tess Tessier (Brousseau) recently passed away from a stroke. I could write a book about Tess Tessier. I've know her since 1969. She was a huge role model for me. I was inspired to travel, became interested in health and nutrition, to dress flamboyantly, love animals and especially to be a kind and positive person.

When I returned to Terrace in 2003, she was instrumental in helping us put up the first and only Live Stream of Apollo, our hibernating Spirit Bear during the Winter Olympics.

Even in her 80s, she tried to raise money to go on an Organic Farm Tour of Canada in her Purple Bus.

I've never met a more adventurous and caring women than Tess.

Most Terracites remember Tess with her purple feathered hats. Those hats were a small representation of her individuality and personal flare. She was so much more than that. I know that she will continue her great humanitarian visions on the other side.

I love you Tess and miss your huge heart! RIP

Stephanie Waymen
my bohemian sister
Comment by Ewa luby on 3rd April 2013
I love you and miss you painfully my dearest Tess...bohemian will be not the same without you on this Earth. I am sure that you are now making the Heavens more colourful and caring. God is lucky to have you back. You inspired me and many to age gracefully and appreciate each day. As you said always ..."each day above the ground is a wonderful day" you forever Tess
So Sorry to Hear that...RIP Tess
Comment by John on 2nd April 2013
She was an extremely nice lady...she will be missed...Condolences to her family.
Tess-Change of Celebration Date
Comment by Jane Dickson on 2nd April 2013
Sorry. Date for the Celebration is Wednesday, April 10th.
Comment by Jane Dickson on 2nd April 2013
Tess with her bounteous energy and love of living will be hugely missed by all of us who knew and loved her. Please come to the Celebration of Life for Tess at the Terrace Pentacostal Assembly Church (3511 Eby Street) on Wednesday, April 3rd from 1:00 to 4:00 pm.