Theresa "Terri" M. (Torre) Morganti


June 14, 1959 ~ September 25, 2022

Born in: Rochester, New York
Resided in: Spencerport , NY

Theresa M, (Torre)

Teri Morganti


Teri Morganti: passed on Sunday, September 25, 2022, after a long battle with kidney disease that she fought without complaint.

Predeceased by her mom and dad, Martha and Alexander Torre and special Grandma, Theresa Formicola-Torre, her namesake.

She is survived by her loving husband Allen Morganti, her daughter Alexa, fiancé Christopher Seeman and adoring granddaughter Aria, her joy. Stepdaughter Felicia Arcara, husband Justin and children Christian and Isabella.  Sister Lana Torre Marra (James), brothers Alexander Torre, Frank Cuff, Chris Torre (who graciously donated his kidney 23 years ago), nieces Blair and Brett Bauerschmidt and Michelle Torre. Special friends Lori Leone and Annette Di Palma.

She attended Cardinal Mooney High School where she was a cheerleader and a champion speed skater. She moved on to be a great golfer.

After attending Continental Beauty School, she worked for twenty years with lifelong friends and clients at Crimper Salon in Gates. Her specialty was hair color and she won many awards for this at hair shows.

Every Sunday Teri would make a pot of sauce and Al would make pasta from scratch. Aria couldn’t wait for her bowl of pasta.

Christmas will not be the same without her Italian cookies, especially the lemon balls.

By Teri’s request there will be no calling hours or services. The family will have a private celebration of her life. In her memory, plant a purple flower in your garden.

Teri’s passing has left a huge hole in our hearts. 

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  1. I will remember her endless smile. So sorry to hear of her passing. Al we are thinking of you all at this time 🙏🏼

  2. My friend Terri….I will miss you so very much…Al and Alexa and family…I am thinking of you every day…

  3. I am terribly sorry for your loss. Such a lovely lady with a beautiful smile. Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

  4. I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Terri. We worked together many years ago at Crimpers. She was so welcoming and sweet when I started my career as the manicurist at the salon. My prayers go out to her family and those life’s she effected.🙏🏻

  5. Such a great wonderful person & good friend! I am so sorry for her beautiful family! It’s such a big loss! I loved working with her at Crimpers! Rest In Peace Teri❤️

  6. Teri this is way too soon. I know you will watch over us all.
    You will forever be in my heart.
    I am blessed to have you as my best friend, I have so many great memories. I bet it is nice to be pain free. God Bless and keep you.

  7. Teri may you rest in peace. Thank you for the many haircuts and laughs! I will never forget our casino trips either. They were the best. Will miss you my friend. Sending hugs and prayers to you and your family.

  8. I cant put into words the loss we all feel for Teri-her smile ..her spirit -one of a kind and I truly miss her-I shall forever miss being with her timing how long the pizzelles have been cooking -just one of many happy times I have had with her–I love you Teri

  9. I knew Terry from the Transplant Games fie many years. I am so sad for her family. She was such a positive personality and I will
    Keep her and you in my prayers.

  10. Al, Alexa & Family, I don’t need to tell you Teri, your wife & Mother, was 1 of a kind! Beautiful Lady inside & out. What a spirit! I’m so sorry for your loss.

  11. Al, Alexa & family,
    Words are not enough to tell you all how sorry I am for your loss. I had the privilege of knowing
    Terri from the days of the 19th ward growing up together, and continued into our adult life.
    Going to Crimpers, running into you at Wegmans, (a lot) parties with mutual friends. I’ll miss you
    girl. May you RIP now, and watch over all your family and friends. God bless the Morganti family.
    Judy M

  12. Sweet Teri, you were always so kind, gracious and generous to me. Your fun loving spirit will be missed by all that had the privilege to know you. You were taken too soon but I know you’re finally at rest.
    Love you so much.

  13. Dear Allen and family,
    I am sorry for your loss of Teri. Her Dad and I were second cousins but I never had the pleasure of meeting Teri. From all the wonderful remembrances she was certainly a special person and will be truly missed. My husband Dick and I will certainly pray for your consolation during this sad time.
    Rose Marie (Stefano) Lombard

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