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Theresa M. Quatrani

            Theresa Mary (Enright) Quatrani passed away on August 19, 2020 at the age of 65. Terry was the daughter of the late James D. Enright and the late Kathleen Enright.

            Terry was the beloved wife of Ernest Quatrani with whom she shared 40 years of marriage after they met at St. Joseph's College in 1975.

            She was also the loving mother of Michael (Faith Watson), Matthew and Stephen (Amanda).

            Terry grew up in Northeast Philadelphia and attended Cardinal Dougherty High School.  Growing up, Terry enjoyed spending summers at the Shore and later relished the time at the family's house in Ocean City, NJ. 

            She graduated from St. Joseph's with a degree in math and spent three years as a middle school teacher and cheerleader coach before taking a job in computers with GE Aerospace. Terry continued her work in the computer field with Rational Software and IBM before retiring a few years ago.

            As a female software developer, she was something of a rarity in the 1980s and she helped develop use cases, a standard approach to development today. For years she served as an "evangelist" for Rational and helped run IBM's annual conferences in Florida and Vegas. Terry also had three books on "visual modeling" published. Her employment allowed her to be a world traveler with stops in India, China, Australia, Vietnam and most of the European countries.

            More importantly, Terry was a tireless supporter of her husband's and children's athletic endeavors and activities. She was active in the Upper Perk community with bowling at the East Greenville Firehouse, as an officer with the Upper Perkiomen Business and Professional Women (UPBW), as a YMCA member and as a Eucharistic minister at St. Philip Neri.

            In addition to her children and husband, Terry is survived by grandchildren Dominic and Nathan; sister Rosemary Covert (John); and many nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by her brother Jack and her beloved "aunt" Martha.

            In lieu of flowers, please donate to St. Philip Neri (Pennsburg) or UPBW scholarships or Project Live UP.

            Due to the ongoing pandemic, the Viewing and Mass will be limited to family members only. 

            To offer on-line condolences, please visit her 'Book of Memories" at






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