Teresa Carol Woods, 59, of Mansfield, died Saturday, November 28, 2020. Teresa was born to Donel and Jennie Walter, May 3, 1961 in Columbus, Ohio. Teresa graduated from Lamar High School in 1979 and received a Degree in Journalism from The University of Texas at Austin in 1983. She married Kevin Woods in 1990 and they lived in Mansfield, Texas. Teresa was a Principal Information Developer for Infor and Project leader for Team. Her colleagues recognized her dedication and appreciated her ability to infuse her sense of humor into their activities. Teresa held positions with several interesting companies such as Nokia, NEC, and BizMart. She also worked on the Yucca Mountain Project in Nevada in the late 80's. Teresa loved to travel and taught herself how to book trips in Sabre. Her and her husband's favorite trips included Las Vegas, Disneyland and Disney World. They would often attend Disney Conventions at Orlando and Anaheim. For many years they would travel to Las Vegas for the Comdex Convention which they both enjoyed. Teresa loved animals and would often feed and foster stray cats and dogs to find homes. Teresa is survived by her husband of 30 years, Kevin. She is also survived by her mother, Jennie Walter and brother, Michael Walter. A memorial service will be held at Wade Funeral Home and Crematory on February 27, 2021 at 10:00 am. Wade Family Funeral Home (817) 274-9233

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  1. I worked with Teresa the last two years helping her with documentation at Infor. We chatted almost every work day and shared our many life stories. She called me Dr. Kesler because of my caring for all my animals. I can still hear her laughter when we’d talk on the phone. She was such a joy to work with and I will miss her deeply. My condolences to Kevin, her mom, and her brother.

  2. I always knew that when Teresa contacted me, I would have a brighter day. She always knew how to make you feel that you were the most important person in her life at that moment. She recently had been comforting me on the loss of my niece to cancer. I never knew that I would need to return that comfort to you, Kevin and family, so soon. You are in my prayers and thoughts. I will miss her deeply. ~ Dianne Duffy (Infor)

  3. Kevin words seem like little help during a time like this. But I am thinking of you and praying for yours and Teresa’s family and friends. I’m so sorry for your loss. The following verses are special to me and are from an old mourning card that belonged to my g-great grandmother.

    A precious one from us has gone,
    A voice we love is stilled;
    A place is vacant in our hearts,
    That never can be filled;
    God in His wisdom has recalled,
    The gift His love had given;
    And thought she is no longer here,
    Her soul is safe in Heaven.

    Most sincerely,
    Teresa O’Neill – Fossil

  4. Worked with Teresa for many years at Infor where she was our lead documentation specialist. Her kindness and sense of humor leave a void where its needed now more than ever. My deepest sympathy for all of us for our loss of Teresa. Best wishes for her Mother’s recovery.

  5. From the time I met Teresa, she and I quickly bonded over the fact that as we had so few women in our office we would had to “stick together”. She always had a ready smile and we both enjoyed finding humor during intense deadlines. She was a genuinely kind, sweet person. We used to always check in on each other although as I moved into another role I didn’t get to work with her as much. I still would hear from her at least once a month and as always, enjoyed our interactions. I don’t have any words that will make this sudden and painful loss easier except that I’m praying for you, Kevin and for the rest of Teresa’s sweet family – her Mom and brother. Her friends here at Infor miss her deeply as she made a difference and touched many people.

  6. Worked with Teresa for several years! She was great to work with and always had a smile!! She will be missed! Condolences to her family!!

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