Chantai 'Tai' TheurerOn Tuesday, Jan. 1, we said good-bye to our wife, mother, sister, daughter and friend. She was taken into the loving arms of her awaiting savior, Jesus Christ.
On Tuesday, Jan. 1, we said good-bye to our wife, mother, sister, daughter and friend. She was taken into the loving arms of her awaiting savior, Jesus Christ.
Chantai “Tai” Theurer, 50, Dickinson, died Tuesday, Jan. 1, at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Health Center, Dickinson.
Tai’s funeral service is 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 5, at Evangelical Bible Church, Dickinson, with Rev. James Hessler officiating. There will be a celebration of life service at 5 p.m. today at Ladbury Funeral Service.
Visitation is today from 4 p.m. until 5 p.m. and again one hour prior to service time at the church.
Chantai Onsisompu was born April 6, 1962, to Cain and Onsi Onsisompu in Laos. After completing her education in Laos, Tai moved to the United States in March 1980 with her uncle, aunt and their family under a program sponsored by Evangelical Bible Church, Dickinson.
After moving to Dickinson, Tai became the foster child of Roger and Linda Redding. Tai married Richard “Dick” Theurer Jr. at Evangelical Bible Church on Aug. 7, 1982.
Tai had several hobbies including dancing, fishing, cooking and designing floral arrangements. Tai worked for Fred’s Fairway, Walmart, Excel Cleaners and Community First Nat’l Bank.
She was a member of River of Life Church Int’l.
Tai is survived by her husband, Dick; three children, Danny (Tricia) Theurer, Cordova, Tenn., Danae (Lucas) Hendrickson, Dickinson, and Makenzie Theurer, Dickinson, and Cloe (the dog); one sister and one brother; mother and father-in-law, Dick and Sylvia Theurer, Bowman: one cousin and one aunt and several sisters and brothers-in-law.
She was preceded in death by her grandparents and parents.
The family requests that a donation be made in Tai’s name to: community.als.net/thetheurers.
Arrangements are with Ladbury Funeral Service, Dickinson.
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