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Terri Lea Kincaid

December 20, 1952 — November 22, 2020

Terri Lea Tullos Kincaid

Terri Lea Tullos Kincaid entered her Heavenly home on Sunday, November 22, 2020.

She was born December 20, 1952 in Corsicana, Texas to Max and Peggy Tullos.

Terri graduated in 1971 from Southwest High School in Fort Worth, Texas and then attended Brantley Draughon College in Fort Worth, Texas.  Terri’s years of employment included many areas of serving people to include All Saints Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas, South Freeway Veterinary Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas, and South Hills Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas where she served the church family faithfully for 18 years. She also served as a children’s Sunday School teacher at South Hills for many years. Terri also served in education for both the Fort Worth Independent School District at Benbrook Elementary School, Lubbock Independent School District, and the Mineral Wells Independent School District at Houston Elementary School.  She also worked at Elliott & Waldron Abstract and Title Company in Mineral Wells, Texas.  Terri was a member of the Tarrant Baptist Secretary’s Association and she served as President of the organization in 2000.  She was a member of First Baptist Church of Mineral Wells, Texas, where her husband, Mel, serves as Minister of Music.  She was a faithful member of the Sanctuary Choir. 

Terri married Mel Kincaid in January of 2005 and joined their families to include four sons and one daughter.  They later added to their family daughters-in-law and a son-in-law and later nine grandchildren. The joys of Terri’s life included collecting recipes and cooking for her family, listening and worshipping to music sung by people she loved, and most importantly, her children and grandchildren were the light in her heart.  She loved the little town of Mineral Wells and was so excited to see the revitalization and growth. She and Mel loved to travel and find very special unique getaways that most would never find to experience together.  Their travels included a mission trip together to the Ukraine with the Singing Men of Texas.

Terri was preceded in death by her sister Cheryl Tullos.

Terri is survived by her husband, Mel, of the home, her parents, Max and Peggy Tullos, of Fort Worth, Texas, her children, Corey and Jill Barfield of Fort Worth, Texas, Brett Barfield of Fort Worth, Texas, Hanley Kincaid of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Bradley and Lacy Kincaid of Meeker, Oklahoma, and Kristin and Christopher Stephens of Glenpool, Oklahoma; her grandchildren Jaden, Caleb, and Chloe Barfield, Lily and Ransom Kincaid, Gunner and Halen Kincaid, and Samantha Stephens; her niece, Ashley Little and great niece Naomi of Dallas, Texas, as well as her extended family and a multitude of friends.

Services will be 3 PM Saturday, November 28, 2020 at First Baptist Church. Burial will follow in Woodland Park Cemetery. Visitation is Saturday from 2-3 PM at the church prior to the service. The family requests that everyone wear face masks and practice social distancing to protect everyone’s health and safety.

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