Terri Voncile Reeves was born September 27th, 1964 in Jacksonville, Florida. She was born to Ernestine Greene and Bobby Reeves. During her teenage years, she relocated with family to Hartford, Connecticut where she gave birth to her only son, Leon Reeves, and her first daughter, Tameka Reeves. Later in life she relocated to Springfield, Massachusetts where she had her youngest daughters, Jannah and Brianna Esa. Terri worked as a certified nurse’s assistant doing at home care for patients. She was also a childcare provider for the children in her family. Terri was an outgoing, outspoken woman who was always fashionable and loved to look good. She was extremely strong and self-sufficient, an amazing mother. She was very friendly and nurturing, and considerate and caring for others. She was kind-hearted and had a generous spirit and a personality that attracted others. All children automatically loved her and loved to be around her. No matter how big a problem, she would always fix it. She had a big influence and impact on the people around her. As a result of her loving spirit and captivating personality, she was loved by many. She was as vibrant as the sunshine and as bright as the moon. Her influence will forever remain in the lives of all who knew her, and her undying love will continue to fill our hearts. Her beautiful life will forever be cherished in the lives of her children: Tameka Reeves, Leon Reeves, Jannah Esa and Brianna Esa: Her grandchildren Kimmiona Reeves, Kendrick Flanders, Kendril Flanders and Prince Marcus: Her mother, Ernestine Greene: Her siblings, Jackie Simmons, Rosalyne Simmons, Mark Robbins, Karen Whetstone, Felicia Robbins, Tracey Butler, Stephanie Harrell, Tiffany Milton, and Gregory Milton and a host of devoted nieces, nephews, and friends.