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December 26, 1954 – Sunday, March 20, 2011

Service Information
The Peterson Chapel, St. Michael/Albertv
Thursday, March 24, 2011
Prayer Service 7:30pm

Visitation Information

Cheryl Enos, age 56, passed away on March 20, 2011. Preceded in death by parents Ray and Violet Anderson. Survived by loving husband Jerry, devoted son Ross and his wife Sam, brother Gary (Della), sisters: Vickie (Steve) and Debbie (Reed), brother Gregg (Patty), 6 sisters-in-law, 2 brothers-in-law, 13 nephews, 17 nieces, 25 grand-nieces and nephews, 1 great-grand-niece, special friends Val and Jim Profetto and Jill and Bruce Frederickson.

We were blessed to be given 10 ½ more amazing years with Cheryl after she was diagnosed with stage 4 ovarian cancer. She left a wonderful legacy of courage, strength, grace, friendship and love.

Memorial visitation will be held Thursday, March 24 at The Peterson Chapel, St. Michael/Albertville from 4-8 PM with a prayer service at 7:30pm.

The Peterson Chapel, St. Michael/Albertville is proud to have served the family.

10 Guestbook Entries

  1. Leslie Anderson

    Cheryl, was my friend first and then family. I moved to MN in 1973 for school and didn’t know a single person. Cheryl and I attended the Commerical Art course at Hennepin Vo-Tech full time for 2 years. We sat in the back of the classroom, side by side at our drawing tables, everyday. She invited me over to her parents house one night after school. The rest is history. I miss her and will always miss the art connection we had. Cheryl was a true artist in all respects, besides being the most kind and humble human being you could possibly meet. May she rest in peace.

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  2. Sue and Mark Dekovic

    We are so sorry to hear about Cheryl. She had amazing strength and the most positive outlook of anyone I have ever met. We will miss her.

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  3. Mashell Maahs

    Cheryl – there is no one on earth like you and never will be. I will miss you always.

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  4. Milissa Bjorge

    Cheryl was an incredible, beautiful person who will be missed by everyone who was blessed to have known her, if even for a moment. My heartfelt sorrow and love goes out to all of you.

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  5. John Strand

    Cheryl was a great neighbor. She always had a smile and a friendly wave. Her courage and drive to live life to the fullest for the past 10 is truly amazing. Who else would learn to ride a Harley at 47 years old? Her magical touch with her trees and shrubs made everyone in the neighborhood envious of her talents. She was a great person and she is going to be missed!

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  6. Gretchen Johnson

    Cheryl was an angel here on earth. She was so uplifting and positive, yet had her wonderful sense of humor. She gave so much of herself to those in her life. I feel so lucky to have had her in my life and to have such special memories of her. I will miss her dearly and will always have a special place in my heart for her. I love you, Cheryl.

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  7. Emily Anderson

    My dearest aunt Cheryl, you will be missed so much. I can’t even begin to say what a wonderful aunt she was. She is so strong and has always been someone I have looked up to growing up. She has supported me and has been by my side through my most important moments in life. I didn’t have enough time with her, and that will always sadden me. Cheryl, I love you!!

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  8. Tom McGrane

    I worked with Cheryl for several years at Red Line/McKesson. She had a great sense of humor and a positive attitude, which made it fun to work with her. I enjoyed receiving her creative e-cards at holidays. She will be missed. My sympathies to Jerry, Ross and all her family.

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  9. Brent Ecklund

    Cheryl always had a smile on her face. Her drawing of little Ryan is beautiful and will be cherished. We’re going to miss her.

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  10. Ashley Lyrek

    Hey auntie, I miss you more than anyone could ever imagine. I hope you’re doing swell up there with the big guy in the sky. It’s not fair that you had to be taken but He only takes the best young. Save me some room up there and I’ll never forget no matter where I am, you are with me, looking down and protecting me. I’ll see you again one day but until then, I love you.

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