1962 Theresa 2016

Theresa Miller-Przybylski

November 5, 1962 — August 23, 2016

** VIDEO TRIBUTE CAN BE VIEWED BELOW ** Theresa Miller Przybylski, age 53 of Belle Fourche, died Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at the Rapid City Regional Hospital. A Celebration of Life service will be held 11 am Monday, August 29th, 2016 at the Christian Life Center in Belle Fourche. Visitation will take place one hour prior to the service at the church. Funeral arrangements are with Leverington Funeral Home of the Northern Hills in Belle Fourche. Theresa Marie Reyes was born November 5, 1962 in Orange County, California. She was the daughter of Raymond and Margie Reyes. Theresa grew up in Orange County and she a 1980 graduate of the Orange County High School. Theresa was gifted with the ability to decorate in creative ways, and for 20 years she set up merchandising displays for Mervin’s. She also worked several years for Helo-Hattie in a similar way. In 1995, Theresa moved to Las Vegas. It was there that she met Don Przybylski, and after moving to Lead they were married on September 5, 2013. Their wedding took place in Deadwood at the Fish and Fry Campground. Soon after the couple moved to Belle Fourche. Theresa loved everything about fishing. It was her dream to live on a lake, and this past March of 2016 her dream came true when Don and Theresa moved to a home on Lake Orman, east of Belle Fourche. Theresa will be remembered as being a happy and bubbly person. She loved cooking, decorating, and camping. She was a wonderful wife and a giving friend to many. She will be missed greatly. Theresa is survived by her husband Don Przybylski of Belle Fourche; brother, Ronald Reyes of Colorado; sister, Cecilia (Jeff) Labbee of IL; and long-time friend, Glen Eytinge of Las Vegas.
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