17 Dec Teri Muggli
Teri Leigh Muggli, 38, went to be with Jesus on December 13, 2019 after her fourth battle with cancer. She spent her last days in her home in Bismarck surrounded by family and friends.
A Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, December 19 at 11:00 a.m. at the Bismarck Funeral Home, with Pastor Ernie Hockett officiating.
Teri was born September 4, 1981 to Timothy and Denise (Albers) Turnbull. She was raised in north Bismarck with her parents and siblings, Melissa, Tonya, and Sarah. Teri graduated from Century High School in 2000 and went on to receive her Associates degree from Bismarck State College.
Growing up, Teri loved riding the horses that her dad owned, playing outside and building forts with her best friend, Kristin and little sister Sarah, and she absolutely adored her Greyhound dog, Kirby. As an adult, Teri enjoyed reading, sitting outside on beautiful days, playing cards with her mom, and watching the Golden Girls on repeat.
Teri became a mother in 2004 and again in 2007 to her wonderful boys Connor (15) and Ben (12). Her two sons were the light of her life and she loved them unconditionally. In 2012 she met and married the love of her life, Scott Muggli. She was immediately blessed with three additional children, Carson (12), Ava (10), and Brooklyn (9). Teri took tremendous pride in raising her children with integrity, love, and emotional support. Together, Scott and Teri built a home where they valued their time together as a family. They loved hosting pool parties and BBQ’s for their closest friends and family.
In 2018 Teri quickly built her own cleaning business and loved helping others spend more time with their own families.
Teri will always be remembered as having a smile on her face and making sure that others were taken care of before herself. Teri has impacted so many lives and will be deeply missed.
Teri is survived by her husband Scott Muggli (Bismarck); five children, Connor (15), Ben (12), Carson (12), Ava (10) and Brooklyn (9); her parents, Timothy and Denise (Albers) Turnbull; her sisters, Melissa (Andy Ranum) (Oregon), Tonya (Trev) White (Bismarck) and Sarah (Nathan) Engel (Bismarck); her father-in-law and mother-in-law, David and Karen Muggli (Bismarck); sister-in-law, Lisa (Brad) Johnson (Fargo); and nieces and nephews, Lily, Eli, Kaitlyn, Ella, Henry, and Ethan.
She was proceeded in in death by Milton and Illa Turnbull and Lloyd and Fay Albers.
In lieu of flowers, Teri’s family asks that you consider supporting the Mayo Clinic Cancer Center Research by making a donation.