Teresa Leona (Haberman) Everett, 58, of St Cloud, Florida passed away peacefully at home on July 4. She was born on May 7, 1963, to Dave and Sharon (Carpenter) Haberman in Landstuhl, Germany. Teresa was a graduate of Port Clinton High School Class of 1981 where she participated in several sports, clubs, and was a majorette in the marching band. She was also a member of Playmakers Civic Theatre and participated in several productions. Teresa was the Walleye Queen of the first Annual Walleye Festival. Teresa was a loving Mother, Grandmother, coach, and entrepreneur. She loved her family deeply and had an extreme affection for animals.
Teresa was preceded in death by her niece, Katrina Haberman.
Teresa is survived by her loving family, Sons, Shane Arebaugh of Morristown Tenn. and Dalton Everett of St Cloud Fla.; former partners Scott Arebaugh of Oak Harbor, and Scott Everett of St. Cloud, Fla.; Granddaughters Emma Arebaugh of Morristown Tenn. and Brinley Everett of St. Cloud Fla.; Parents Dave and Sharon Haberman of St. Cloud Fla.; Brothers, Mark (Tami) Haberman of Davenport, Fla. and Scott (Mary) Haberman of Port Clinton; Niece Molly Haberman of Delphos.
In memory of Teresa, donations may be made to: https://www.osceolacountypets.com/donate/.
A Memorial Service officiated by Pastor Steve Underwood, was held for close friends and family on July 13 at Osceola Memory Gardens, St. Cloud, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Haberman and family…… so very sad to hear of Teresa passing. I have many fond memories of Teresa and our time spent together as children. May God’ wrap his arms around you during this most difficult time. I’m so very sorry. Cindy Massie Harr
It is with deepest sympathy I heard of Theresa’s passing. I was happy to reconnect with her at the Parrot a couple years ago.
If there is anything I can do, I live and teach in St.Cloud.
I have so many good memories of our years in PCCS. We were in marching band together. I still remember her twirling fire on Seniors night with Kris Messner, Debbie Ellithorpe, And Barbie Warrick.
She will be missed.
I hope your memories bring you comfort in these difficult days ahead.
My deepest sympathies to the Haberman family. May your cherished memories help you through this difficult time. I have many fond memories showing our dogs together in 4-H.
Kelly Darr Warner