Teresa Diane Cline

Born in Anchorage, AK on November 16, 1957

Departed on December 29, 2009 and resided in Pegram, TN

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CLINE, Teresa D., age 52 of Pegram, passed away December 29, 2009. Teresa was a very loving and caring person; and everyone that met her loved her. She is survived by her husband, David Cline; step-children, Crystal Jeremy Waymire, Aubree Cline, Derek Cline, and Skyler Cline; father, Glen H. Twyford; sister, Sheila Twyford; and grandchildren, Tessa Waymire and Madison Haynes. A memorial service will be conducted on Saturday, January 2, 2010 at 2:00 P.M. from West Harpeth Funeral Home. Visitation with the family will be one hour prior to the service on Saturday at WEST HARPETH FUNERAL HOME, 6962 Charlotte Pike, 615352-9400

12 Comments to Teresa Diane Cline

  1. sheila twyford says:

    Close together,are far apart,there will always be a warm and special place for you in my heart.

  2. sheila twyford says:

    Teresa was the best sister,she was always there for me.I will miss her so-so much.I will think of her,everyday.


    we know Mrs Cline from the Belle Meade and Bellevue Shoneys. She waited on us many times over the years. Our deepest sympathy to her family.

  4. Kevin Kimbro says:

    Teresa was a dear friend of mine from Hillwood High School and from Shoney’s. My deepest sympathy to her family. We will all miss her so very much.

  5. Betsy Thorpe says:

    First I want to acknowledge how much Teresa loved her Daddy and her sister, and the happy marriage she shared with her husband David. I also want to mention that she was very proud of her step children and was enjoying her new role as Tessa and Madison’s grandmother. Oh and the dogs, I must not forget to point out how important her dogs were, that she loved her dogs like….well like they were her own. At one time Teresa had a dog that was either very spoiled or really insecure because I remember how at that time, at work, before noon Teresa would make a phone call home and talk to her dog via the answering machine.

    Among Teresa’s most defining and endearing characteristics was her loyalty and her ability to maintain and nurture long term relationships. Working for Shoney’s for more than thirty years, Teresa had numerous regular customers who felt their meal was incomplete when Teresa was not present to serve them. Teresa was also thoughtful and sentimental, remembering birth and anniversary dates for many individuals, couples and family units. Sensitive to the needs of others Teresa was always helpful to her Spanish speaking co-workers and anyone else she knew who needed help. To me personally Teresa Diane Cline was a special and beloved confidant who I will miss terribly.

  6. Adriana and Tia says:

    Teresa was my grandma’s good friend and was always nice to all children especially us. She would win toys in the stuffed animal machine and give them to us, and one time when I needed money for a special school trip she paid me money to help her sweep and fix the sugars on her table. Teresa always laughed and told funny stories about other children. She worked at Shoney’s for a very long time and she knew a lot of people who liked her. She was very very nice and my sister and I are very very sorry that she died and we know her family is sad that they are alone without her.

  7. Tia says:

    I am too sad that Teresa passed away. I know her family is very very sad and that they will always remember her and that she loved them.

  8. Chris Shumate says:

    Teresa was one the first people I met when I moved to Nashville. In the 5 years I lived there I got to know her at Shoney’s and she was always really nice to me and made me feel like she cared how I was doing. I was very sorry to hear of her passing.

  9. Sheila says:

    Teresa and I worked together about 30 yrs. ago @ Shoney’s. What a shock to see her picture in the obituaries. My heart hurts for her family and friends.
    I pray for peace and comfort for her family.
    God Bless us all!

  10. Sandra Mealer says:

    Teresa was my best and dearest friend. She loved her Family very dearly, and she loved each and every customer that came her way. She was always willing to work 7 days a week so one of us could be off on the weekend.

    The thing we had in common most was our love of our pets and love of our geese, behind Shoneys. One of our older manager was going to make us pay for a breakfast buffet because we had fed the geese so much that morning. We just laughed.

    I just hope I was as good a friend to her as I know she was to me. I will miss her dearly

  11. Bobby and Clara Cunningham says:

    When we first moved to Bellevue about three years ago Teresa was one of the first to greet us when we went to Shoneys. She introduced herself she said to remember her just think of “Mother Teresa”. It is amazing how this title described her – she also was a very caring person.

    When we talked to her about a new “Hardees” coming to Bellevue, she told us that we could not go to Hardees, she would just come by our house and bring us to Shoneys. And we still haven’t been to Hardees.

    Breakfast at Shoneys will not be the same without our sweet Teresa – we miss her already.

  12. kaysha says:

    Sorry for your families loss. Im always a phone call away if you need me face face. God Bless!! BFF!!! KMR