Therese “Teri” Dickmeyer, 63, passed away peacefully February 20, 2018 with her husband and daughters by her side. A funeral service was held Monday, February 26, 2018 at First Presbyterian Church in Sioux Falls, S.D. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be direct to the First Presbyterian Church or to a cancer charity of the donor’s choice. Teri was born October 2, 1954 to Jack and Cathy (Gatzka) Crain in Redwood Falls. Teri grew up on the farm outside of Morton with her parents and eight siblings. She graduated in 1972 from Franklin High School, Franklin, where she participated in cheerleading, band, choir, drama club, reporter for the school paper and yearbook staff. This is also where she met the love of her life, David Dickmeyer. After high school, Teri attended Willmar Community College and Willmar Vocational School. On June 14, 1974, Teri married David Paul Dickmeyer at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Franklin. Teri and Dave moved to Sioux Falls in 1974, where they spent 43 years of marriage and raised three daughters: Amber Marie, Brooke Nichole, and Corrie Jo. Teri was a dedicated employee for 43 years at DUAL/Woods Equipment Company. In her free time, Teri was a member of First Presbyterian Church, American Business Women’s Association, a Girl Scout troop leader and Sunday School teacher. Teri’s most enjoyable way to spend her free time was supporting and cheering for Dave and the girls at their various school and recreational activities. One of her greatest joys in life was being a grandmother to Isaiah, Gavin, Gabriel, Ryan, Sutton and Jamie. Teri and Dave loved helping care for their grandchildren and attending their various activities. Grateful for having shared her life are her husband, Dave Dickmeyer; her mother, Cathy Crain of Redwood Falls; her daughters, Amber (Mitch) Coburn of Garretson, S.D., Brooke (Steven Dupic) Dickmeyer of St. Paul, Corrie (Dominic) Kast of Sioux Falls; her grandkids: Isaiah, Gavin, Gabriel Coburn; Ryan and Jamie Dupic; Sutton Kast; her siblings: Pat (Linda) Crain of Franklin; Dan Crain of St. Cloud; Charlie (Mary) Crain of Mankato; Toni (Gene) Lusian of Mesa, Ari.; Jeff (Michelle) Crain of Bellevue, N.E.; Mary (Tim) Dalien of Spicer; Becky Crain of Cornell, Wis.; Joe (Shauna) Crain of Bedminster, N.J.; brother-in-law: Dennis (Nelda) Dickmeyer of Sutherland, Iowa; sisters-in-law: Karen (Lonny) Davis of Danube; Evon (Ron) Dickmeyer Faber of Sioux Falls; and many loving cousins, nieces, nephews, and great-nieces and -nephews. Loved ones who cleared the path for Teri are her father, Jack Crain; mother- and father-in- law: Keith and Ruth Dickmeyer; brother-in-law: Dale Dickmeyer; sister-in-law: Kathy Dickmeyer; nephew: Michael Dickmeyer and many other relatives and friends.