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Terri Clayton Faircloth

March 13, 1951 — June 14, 2024



Terri Clayton Faircloth, 73, of Bainbridge, passed away Friday, June 14, 2024.

The funeral service was held at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, June 17, 2024, at Bryant Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Trey Brown and Brother Vic Stuart officiating. Interment followed at New Life at Lake Seminole Church of God Cemetery with Drew Spence, Hunter Basko, Mitchell Bass, Linton Basko, Tripp Ford, and Cooper Edmondson serving as active pallbearers.

Memorial donations may be made to Archbold Cancer Center C/O Archbold Foundation, 915 Gordon Avenue, Thomasville, GA 31792.

Terri Clayton was born March 13, 1951, in Sylvester, GA, the daughter of Warren Everette Clayton & Lela Cortez “Tez” Clayton. She married Keith Faircloth in 1996, and they made their home between Bainbridge and Sylvester. In 2022, Terri packed Keith up and headed back to Bainbridge. She worshipped at New Life at Lake Seminole Church of God. 

To know Terri was to love her…or not…didn’t much matter to her. She did her own thing her own way. She was the self-designated boss of most everything. And if you doubted that, all you had to do was ask. 

Terri enjoyed live music and dancing the night away. Occasions called for boots which suited her just fine. (She had a pair for whatever might come up.) Baseball was one of her favorite pastimes, and she rarely missed a ballgame when one of hers was playing. Family, blood kin and chosen, were loved 100% unconditionally and had Terri as “back-up” if things went awry. 

Survivors include her husband of 28 years, Keith Faircloth; her children, Kyle Basko and Adrienne Hobby (Tracy), all of Sylvester, Will Basko (Holly) of McDonough, Trey Faircloth (Christian) of Bainbridge, and Kyle Faircloth (Kayla) of Colquitt; her grandchildren, Drew & Savanna, Madison & Tripp, Kate, Savannah, Hunter, Mitchell, Linton, Fisher, Preston, Payson, Anna & Auburn, and Emily & Donoven; her four great-grandchildren; and a special niece, Vanesa Milliron. Terri was preceded in death by her parents and her sister, Pam Thomas. 

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