- 52 years old
- 30 years of incarceration
- Sentenced to Life
- Currently at SCI Munsy
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Terri Harper #OB7637 – SCI Muncy
Terri was brought up in Philadelphia, and has been serving a life sentence since 1991. Read a series of interviews with Terri as a part of the LifeLines project here. This a little bit of how Terri describes herself.
I absolutely love to cook, write, read, and laugh. I love big dogs, blue skies, and watching the seasons change. As the seasons continue to change on my life and the lives around me, I want to know that I am actively doing all I can to change my actions and the outcome of such, so the world around me and at large can be better in some way. For every little bit of success I achieve, we all are safer and happier.
My second degree murder and 24 years does not define the whole of who I am. It signifies what I did, and what I am trying to make amends for.