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Teresa was born in Lorain, Ohio where her other other siblings, Henry Conant-856, Judy Conant-871, and Julie were born. She considered her childhood home the one at 331 Krotzer Avenue in Luckey, Ohio. Her first pet was a dog named Sandy.
She dearly loved Sandy and Sandy was a major part of her childhood. Much of her care was entrusted to her beloved older sister, Judy.
|Judy at 19|
Her brother, Henry, went off to a private military school, Howe Military Academy
|Howe Military Academy|
Her school was a brick building
|My Third Grade Class|
She was part of a special group of children who took art classes at the Toledo Museum of Art. 
|Toledo Museum of Art|
After she left her childhood home, she went to Toledo, Ohio where she stayed at the YWCA and obtained her first job in the bus station.
|Toledo Buss Station|
Teresa left Cleveland to marry her first husband, Wm. Paul Smith 19(?) Aug 1968. They began life together in Landover, Maryland.
Her first son, Paul, was born while she lived in Landover. She was the epitome of a new mother and everything about her son was "perfect." He never cried and used to let her sleep till noon--a great luxury.
Her second son, Ray, was born a little over a year later. He had been infected at birth with a severe intestinal virus while in the hospital. Even though he suffered from this virus for over a year, the following three years he was constantly sick due to his immune system being compromised. Fortunately, Teresa had a wonderful pediatrician, Dr. Wolf.
In (date) Teresa and her husband had a vicious and vitriolic divorce. After the divorce Teresa lived in Landover, Maryland and worked at various jobs. She met her second husband, Gene Hames-270, and they lived in a house they were renovating in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. Unfortunately, this marriage was a "rebound" marriage and ended three years (?) later while they were living in Naples, Florida.
Teresa then moved back to the Washington, DC area. Her happiest time there was spent at George Washington University.
After her children graduated from Kennedy High Schoo,l  she lived a few more years in Silver Spring, Maryland and enjoyed very much spending time with her friends Charles and Lyliane Kramer, among many others. She still remains in close contact with almost all of these friends.
She had an opportunity to move to New York City and work as Assistant Editor for the publication Glasnost News & Review. This is where she met the love of her life and third husband, Misha Kazachkov-1. They have been married for over 25 years, retired, and are now living in Massachusetts.
331 Krotzer Avenue Luckey, Ohio, United States (Childhood home)
01 Jul 1993-13 Nov 2000: Silver Spring, Maryland, United States (2rd Address)
01 May 1998: Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States (3rd Address) 
01 Dec 1996-25 Mar 2008: 30 Stone Avenue Somerville, Massachusetts, United States (4th Address)
14 Sep 2005-01 Jan 2009: 148 Elmwood Road, Swampscott, Massachusetts, United States (5th Address)
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