Obituary of Terri Smith Marengo (1959 – 2021) – Covington, LA

Terri Ann Marengo, entered her eternal life on Saturday September 11, 2021 surrounded by her adoring husband and children. She was originally from Metairie, a longtime resident of St. Bernard Parish, and has resided in Carriere, MS for the past 15 years. Terri was the beloved wife of Anthony (Tony) Marengo Jr. for 43 years and the beloved mother of Alisha Foster (Ferriss), Dana Dazet (Joseph), Trey Marengo (Mindy) and Chloe. She was Nana of six grandchildren Conner and Olivia Dazet, Evan and Avery Showalter, Alex and Zoey Marengo. Survived by four sisters Danielle Fontenot, Cathy LeCron, Tabatha Domm and Valerie Hebert, beloved godmother Marilyn Jaume, brother-in-law Britt Marengo and wife Julie, as well as many loving family members and friends. She was predeceased by her parents, Oliver Leandrew Smith, Jacqueline Messina Peltier and her stepfather Daniel Claude Peltier, as well as her in-laws, Anthony Marengo Sr. and Rayma Phelps Marengo.
Terri was like a mother to many of her children’s friends and loved to see them all grow into adults. She was a sociable person and loved a good party and dancing almost whenever she could. She was a member of the Krewe of Gemini Mardi Gras club with her husband Tony and later with her children. She made friends everywhere she went and looked forward to Wednesdays with “the ladies”, trips with her lifelong friends and game nights with her family. She attended St. Catherine’s School in Siena and graduated from Grace King High School. She worked at Holy Cross School for 10 years, where she made many friends and touched the lives of so many students. Above all in life, Terri was a devoted wife, mother, chick and friend. She put her family first and lived her life for them. She will be missed more than anyone can express, but her memory will stay with them forever.
A memorial service will be held at St. Margaret Mary’s Church, 1050 Robert Blvd, Slidell, LA 70458, on Saturday, September 25, 2021. Visits 9:30 am to 12:00 pm for family and friends, followed by a Mass. The family would like to thank the medical staff at North Oaks Hospital and Post Acute Specialty Hospital, especially the nurses who cared for her around the clock.

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Posted by Bagnell & Son Funeral Home on September 17, 2021.

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