Cari Marie Tebault, 46, of Panama City Beach Fla., lost her battle against leukemia on Saturday, July 8, 2017.
Cari is survived by her husband of 26 years, Jason Tebault; daughter Justine; son Trevor; and three grandchildren; parents Art and Pam Miller; sisters Jodi (Bob) Nelson and Toni (Tim) Goertzen; four nephews; and two nieces; in-laws Pattie and Larry Chime; brothers-in-law Johnathon (Ashley), Andy and Chris (Ariella).
Cari was born in Vancouver, Wash., and raised in Dallas, graduating in 1988, where she was a member of the first DHS softball team.
She enlisted in the United Stated Navy, serving as a quarter master aboard the USS Salvor while stationed in Hawaii.
There, she met and married the love of her life, Jason, on Sept. 15, 1990.
They eventually transferred to Florida, living in Key West, finally settling in Panama City Beach.
Cari had so much love to share and never knew a stranger.
Her outlook was unique, fun and, for each of us, very personal.
She boasted about being frugal and loved the “Art of the Deal,” but had a very generous nature and gave freely.
Though absent, she is very near, still loved, still missed, and dear to us. Forever loved and forever missed.
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