Cheryl D. Whipple

Born: 01/07/1948 Passed:

Cheryl Whipple, surrounded by her loving family, passed away on March 21, 2018.  She faced the end of life as she lived it, with quiet strength, dignity, and love.

Cheryl was born January 7, 1948 in Canton, Ohio.  She dedicated her life to her family.  She also shared her love and tenderness with her pets and all wildlife.  Cheryl found great enjoyment in painting and gifted many paintings to her family and friends, allowing us to enjoy and appreciate her artistry with fond memories.

Cheryl is survived by her loving husband, Glen Whipple; parents, William and Pearl Lizer; sister, Diana (Dave) Murphy; children, David Whipple, Deborah (Kevin) Luggelle, Sharon (Lenny) Whipple, Susan Whipple; grandchildren, Kaitlyn Luggelle, Nathan Luggelle, Corah Whipple, Marley Whipple; and nieces and nephew.  The family was privileged to have had Cheryl in their lives and she will be dearly missed.

A gathering of family and friends will be held Thursday, March 29th, from 6 – 7:30 PM at the Stark Parks Exploration Gateway, 5712 12th Street NW, Canton, Ohio.

In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to Friends of Stark Parks / Wildlife Center or The Aultman Hospice Compassionate Care Center.  Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family at www.heritagecremationsociety.com.

Heritage Cremation Society

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9 Tributes to Cheryl D. Whipple

  1. John Kincaid says:

    I have many fond memories of Cheryl from my high school days. She was the head majorette and as a drummer in the Band I always had the privilege of a “Ring side Seat”..We became “FaceBook” friends a few years ago and as a result I’ve viewed several of her Very Good Paintings..My heart goes out to her Family and friends . John Kincaid (class of ’68)

  2. Evan Francis says:

    Glen, please accept my sincere condolences for the passing of Cheryl. You and family are in the thoughts and prayers of our family. It is my prayer that you will be comforted in this time of mourning.

  3. Jim & Jean Titman says:

    Glen, although we’ve been out of touch for many years, Jean and I always remembered fondly, the times we spent together bowling in the league at Northridge Lanes in Madison, going out to dinner and just spending time together at our house or yours. I also enjoyed playing the piano at your house. We were very sorry to hear of Cheryl’s passing and we wanted to extend our condolences to you and your family. We will keep you in our thoughts and in our prayers.

  4. Bob DiPietro says:

    All of us on earth are mourning the loss of Cheryl while there is great rejoicing in Heaven with the arrival of their newest angel. I will never forget the kindest lady I will ever have the pleasure of knowing. Rest In Peace my dear friend.

  5. Cliff and Cathy says:

    Thinking of you and wishing you peace in the days to come.

  6. Laurene M. says:

    May her Memory be Eternal and she rest in Peace!

    Dear Debbie and Family,
    Sending comforting thoughts and prayers at the difficult time,
    from my family to yours.

  7. Gigi Berry says:

    I had the privilege of knowing Cheryl through her daughter. She was one classy lady.

  8. Laura Miller says:

    To my dear friend Debbie and family,

    Please know that we are here to mourn with you, cry with you and most of all love you. May you find the strength to get through this difficult time. May you always keep your mom’s memories in your heart.

  9. Karen Jolly says:

    Cheryl was a beautiful person inside and out. It was my pleasure along with my classmates at CSHS to enjoy Cheryl as our head majorette. I also very much enjoyed Cheryl’s Facebook posts of her wildlife friends, especially Jack and Jill. What a pleasure to enjoy her paintings also. A few years ago when I was going through a major medical trauma, Cheryl thought of me and sent me a beautiful painting of the ocean at night. I will cherish my memories of her and honor her memory with her painting in my home. Glen and family, I extend my deepest sympathies to you. Rest in peace dear Cheryl.

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