Terrie Elaine Arnold was born on December 11, 1959, to the Late Doris E. Blakely and the Late Joe T. Arnold in Brooksville, Florida. Terrie was raised in Twin Lake, Florida by her great aunt, Mandy White until her death. She then moved to Dade City, Florida until her teenage years, when she left and went to Arkansas for a short period of time before moving back to Dade City, Florida. Terrie left and moved to Santa Monica, California to take care of her grandfather and his wife, and there, she found and answered her calling to become a Health Care Provider, taking care of the sick and shut-in. She attended UCLA where she became certified as a Certified Nursing Assistant. She spent a lot of her time in California taking care of the elderly, spreading the Gospel, and being a devoted mother and Christian, serving as a "True Soldier on the Battle Field". She then moved back to Florida for good in 1998 continuing her purpose to help all she came in contact with. Terrie was truly a born-again Christian and it showed wherever she went. Terrie Elaine Arnold went to Glory on Saturday, March 27, 2021. She is proceeded in death by her great aunt, Mandy White; her daughter, Shericka D. Arnold; and sister Sharon Sampson. She leaves to cherish her memories: her two daughters, Amanda S. Arnold of Tampa, Florida and Charmaine L. Arnold of St. Petersburg, Florida; 9 grandchildren, A'miracle, Ja"Quavien, Zy'Shawn, Zy'Kirah, Levi Jr., Kaveon, Jabrein, Chloe, and CJ; her sisters, Kaye Tomlin and Anne Tomlin both of Dade City, Florida; her brother, Rodney Tomlin of Tampa, Florida; her other siblings, Mickael Arnold, Helen Jordan, Judia Clifton, Bobby Arnold, Rickey Arnold and Joe Arnold all of Arkansas; and a host of aunts. uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and sorrowing friends.
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