Condolence: Theresa was my father Joe's first cousin. I never met her but heard many good things about her. Her book about the Ryan family history will be a great genealogical resource for all the future Ryans whose roots go back to the town of Alder Brook. Condolences to her family from the Ryan's of central NY state.
Condolence: Bonnie & Fred - I have so many memories of Auntie Tea. Spending time on vacations staying at the house in Union, NJ. I remember Mom telling stories of them as young girls. She was a wonderful, elegant, wise & caring woman. I am keep your family in my thoughts & prayers. She will be truly missed. Sending all our love from deep in the heart of Texas....Steve & Karen Dee
Condolence: The Town of Franklin sends condolences to the family of Theresa R. Eshelman. She cared so very much for this community and served it faithfully in many capacities. As Historian she compiled and published THEY TOLD ME SO, 9 booklets of Town memories. She faithfully served as Court Clerk for many years as well. As Historian, she assisted the Town Clerk's office in organizing Town records and even got the Merrillsville Town Hall named as an official Historical site. She was a regular at Town Board meetings, and who could ever forget all her hard work she put into the Franklin Food Co-op? She was always pleasant and tactful, and the entire Town grieves with her family. Her contributions to the Town are enormous, and she will not be forgotten.
Condolence: I got to know Teresa when I was manager at Overlook Apts. and Fred was on the Board of Directors. I have the utmost respect for both of them. They can now rest in peace together for eternity.