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Teresa Hills


Teresa Ann (Rogers) Hills, age 45, of Beaufort, South Carolina, was born March 4, 1972 in St. Louis Park, Minnesota. Teresa was the daughter of Gary and Connie Rogers.

Teresa received her diploma in Minneapolis; her Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) in Wisconsin and her Bachelor’s in Psychology from the College of Charleston. Teresa was an active member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. Teresa and Dwayne owned their own cleaning service for many years; their clientele ranged from Beaufort to Fripp Island.

Teresa was a devoted mother and very active in her children’s lives. She was a team mom for volleyball and basketball games her children participated in. Teresa enjoyed spending time with Dwayne whether it was boating, cooking, or just watching TV. One of her favorite pastimes was watercolor painting.

Above all, Teresa devoted her life to her loving husband, children, siblings, nieces, nephews, and dogs, and loved them with all her heart.

Teresa entered eternity in the early morning hours of Friday February 16, 2018 at her residence. She was preceded in death by her grandparents Leo and Carrie Rogers; grandparents Ed and Ramona Bliss; father Gary Rogers; uncle Walter Rogers; aunt Susan Steinke; uncle Gerald Miklavcich; cousin Melissa Rogers; and their beloved dogs “sons” Jake and Peanut.

She is survived by her soulmate of 27 years, Dwayne Hills; son Justen Rogers of Port Royal, South Carolina; daughter Cassaundra Rogers of Beaufort, South Carolina; mother Connie Rogers of Menahga; mother-in-law Nadine Hills of Beaufort, South Carolina; brother-in-law Joseph (Sharon) Hills of Beaufort, South Carolina; brother David (Nichole) Rogers of Burnsville; sister Carolyn Pfeifer of Menahga; sister Beth (Oneray) Grant of Menahga; many nieces and nephews; and one great niece.

I close my eyes as I wipe a tear.
I just keep wishing you were still here.
I will hold all the memories deep in my heart.
Through these memories will never part.
I close my eyes as I wipe a tear.
I just keep wishing this pain would just disappear.
I didn’t get the change to say my last good-bye.
I didn’t get the chance to share my daughter with you.
I just didn’t think you could ever die.
I close my eyes as I wipe a tear.
For all of your love I will always hold near.
In my heart and in my mind I will never be alone.
Life is too sort, it’s not enough,
But we must understand,
That if we live it in love and faith,
a road will be made,
For the day when we pass away,
We can take it and wait at the end,
For those who once and always loved me, I will meet.
Your beautiful eyes, so big and round,
Showed love, showed laughter, showed happiness, and showed sadness,
But we will remember you as the happy beautiful woman you were,
The one who once cried for love,
The one who once laughed,
I love you auntie, we will miss you,
But please wait, we will meet once again,
In the kingdom of heaven, where we will feel no more pain.
Love always and forever ~ Dalas Rogers.

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