Hampshire House

Resident of the Month

May 2017

Meet Terri Dutcher!


Terri Dutcher was born August 31st, 1961 in Suffern, NY. Terri’s mother, Audrey Osborne, worked as a telephone operator. Terri’s father, Clyde Morgan, worked as an electrician in the Schoharie County area.

Terri grew up in Schoharie County with her five siblings; Bill, Reggie, Jerry, Carol, and Donna.

Terri’s youngest sister, Donna, passed away at age 37 from breast cancer. Terri is now the youngest of her siblings.

Terri went to Richmondville Middle School before moving to Schoharie High School, where she graduated.

Terri remained in the Schoharie County area after school. Prior to living in Oneonta, Terri lived in   Cobleskill for a year. Before that, Terri lived in West Fulton for 30 years. Terri was a member of the Methodist Church in West Fulton and now attends the Episcopal Church in Duanesburg.

Terri is not an outdoors person. She enjoys arts/crafts, listening to music, working on crossword books, watching movies (comedies), and playing games.

Terri’s favorite music genre is country, with one of her favorite artists being John Denver. She is interested in learning to play a musical instrument. Terri plays bingo, board games, card games, and is willing to learn new games!

Terri loves pets and animals. Her cat, Cuddles is ten years old and lives here at Hampshire House. Terri has been an active member of the community since March 2017.

When asked for advice for the younger generation, Terri replied, “Be kind and polite.” Welcome Terri and Cuddles!