Theresa Marie Rebeta

Theresa Marie Rebeta

October 21, 1956 - March 04, 2008

Theresa Marie Rebeta

October 21, 1956 - March 04, 2008


Theresa Rebeta, 51, better known as ‘Terri’ to her loved ones and friends, died peacefully Tuesday, March 4th, at Country Villa Laguna Hills Healthcare Center.

A devoted mother, she is survived by her loving son Bryson; her mother Alice Rebeta of Trumbull, Ct.; two brothers and a sister, James, of New York, NY, Robert and his wife Cheryl, of Bridgewater NJ, and Margaret, of Bridgeport, CT. She is predeceased by her father, James G Rebeta of Shelton, CT.

Born in Schenectady, NY, formerly of Rye, NY, Terri moved to Orange County some 25 years ago. Having graduated from Resurrection Academy in Rye, and St Mary’s College of Notre Dame, Indiana, Terri worked as a Registered Nurse at Torrance Memorial Medical Center for a number of years prior to joining Vocational Visions in Mission Viejo. Besides being a retired Lieutenant of the U.S. Naval Reserves, Terri spent many joyful hours assisting her son and other young men and women of the Young Marines Corp.

Visitation and prayer service will be held on Sunday, March 9th, 4PM to 6PM, at the O’Connor Mortuary, 25301 Alicia Parkway, Laguna Hills. A Funeral Mass is planned for later in the week at Resurrection Church, Boston Post Rd., in Rye, NY. Please contact Graham Funeral Home, Boston Post Rd, Rye, for date and time, 914 967-0129.

In lieu of flowers, all donations can be made in her memory to Vocational Visions, 26041 Pala, Mission Viejo, or, The Kennedy Center, Inc., 2440 Reservoir Rd., Trumbull CT 06611.

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1 responses to Theresa Marie Rebeta

  1. I am deeply saddened. Terri and I worked together in Chicago and also at Torrance Memorial. I just now saw this today, June 1, 2009. I have been wondering about her for years, hoping to get back in touch. She was a truly beautifu girl, inside & out. I have lots of memories of fun times. Chris Pudlo.

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