Teresa L. Jacobson

Oct 15, 1967 - Aug 11, 2022


Teresa LeAnne Jacobson, aged 54, passed away peacefully after losing her battle with breast cancer that had metastasized into her body. She is predeceased by her father Dick Sutton Wood, her paternal grandmother Paula Wood, her maternal grandfather James Williams and paternal grandmother Martha Williams.
Teresa was born in Stockton, CA on October 15th, 1967 and grew up in Central California before moving to Sacramento at the age of 11. She graduated from Valley Hi High School in the class of ’87. She continued her education at Cosumnes River College before attending Heald College.
Teresa met her husband, Daniel Jacobson, in a “Star Trek: Next Generation” chat room and they soon realized they were destined to be together. Daniel moved to California and they were married in the Rose Court Garden at Disneyland on Sept. 26th, 1996.
Teresa enjoyed many hobbies and her favorite was crocheting. She created many baby blankets for hospitals in need, as well as many blankets for family members at Christmas. Teresa’s other passion was for all things Star Wars. She collected books, figurines and trading cards, which are among the many treasures that her family will always cherish.
Teresa was kind and thoughtful and made many lifelong friends, including her best friend, Trysh Lucas, who she’d known since the age of 2.
Teresa is survived by her husband Daniel, her children Cameron and Rae, her mother JoAnne Marie, her step-father Larry Lambert, her step-mother Diane Sankari-Terra-Wood, her brother Darin Wood and his wife Christy Savage.


  • Angela Mills says:

    I am completely heartbroken. My best friend of 43 years, is gone. I’m not ready to say goodbye! We had upcoming plans of spending time volunteering to put together our 40th high school reunion…so many stories and memories we didn’t have the time to create.
    I had the pleasure of having quite the conversation with Daniel yesterday. We shared so many stories, we laughed, cried and found comfort in each other’s memories.
    “Hey Ange.” Words I will never hear you speak again. We would always begin our conversations with that exchange of greeting. Your memory will forever live in me. I love you Teresa, until we meet again💕

  • Denise Purrier says:

    There are no words to describe how I feel, my heart goes out to Daniel, Cameron, Rae, her family and all her friends… T, you will be missed! Now, forever in my heart.

  • Mike Jacobson says:

    This is a great picture and captures what you two meant to each other. We are so sorry for your loss. Teresa is gone far too soon. Wishing you peace in this difficult time.

  • Shirlee Serafin says:

    I have wonderful memories working with T….her laugh was contagious. She was patient and kind with all the tenants she had to deal with. I have a little blue bowl that she hand made. I call it my T bowl. Sending Rae, Cameron, Daniel & mom a huge hug.

  • Joye Jacobson Gephart says:

    Condolences for the loss of a wonderful woman, mom, wife and friend to many from another part of the Jacobson family here in California. Our thoughts are with the family and all who loved her.

  • Carol Clubb says:

    I have fond memories of working with Teresa at Nelson Properties. I knew her only for a few years but will always remember her sweet, funny, kind and helpful nature. Rest in peace Teresa.

  • Eric and Angie Jacobson says:

    You were both so happy at your wedding and it was clear you were meant to be together. Such sad news. Teresa is gone too soon. Deepest sympathies.

  • Mike yates says:

    God bless Teresa and her Family. I have many treasured memories of our youth and amazing circle of friends Your kind heart and spirit will stay with me always. Even at a distance our friendship of 40 years was a blessing to my life and am forever great full . May your husband and children find comfort in the love you shared with so many. Forever in our hearts.

  • Daniel Juarros says:

    Our deepest sympathies to Daniel, Rae and Cameron.
    We will always remember Teresa big smile and caring heart for her children. Teresa will be missed by all of us here at Laguna Dental Spa.

Sign the Guestbook

Your email address will not be published.

ERROR: please select I'm not a robot!