Cheryl Lynn Carpenter

Cheryl Lynn Carpenter

January 31, 1946 - September 18, 2020

Cheryl Lynn Carpenter

January 31, 1946 - September 18, 2020


After an extended battle with Alzheimer’s disease, Cheryl Lynn Carpenter passed away during the night of September 18, 2020. The funeral for Cheryl Carpenter will be private, but a celebration of her life will be all around the country as we cross paths with old friends.

Cheryl is preceded in death by her eldest son, Tobe Jack who passed in 2015, and her parents Oakley & Lenora Price. She is survived by her husband Wesley Carpenter of The Home, son Andrew Carpenter of Oklahoma City, sister Beverly Montgomery of Lynden, Washington, and surrogate family Bill & Laney Daggett, and their sons Will & Brett of Hawley, Minnesota.

Cheryl retired from civil service along with her husband in 2006 and moved to Apache Junction, Arizona to be near Wesley’s brother and enjoy the warm winters. After one summer in the heat, they found refuge in Rexburg, Idaho and later Logan, Utah where they made a great many friends and had twelve great summers.

Cheryl was involved with Phillips University for about twelve years as secretary to the president and stayed until the closing. She was a most pleasant person to work with, having the nickname “Sunshine”.

Inurnment will be at Gold Canyon United Methodist Church at the columbarium in Gold Canyon, Arizona beside her eldest son.

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6 responses to Cheryl Lynn Carpenter

  1. Wes and Andy,
    You our in our thoughts and prayers. We have great memories of Cheryl and your entire family.

    Jan and Angela Hermanski

  2. Wesley, you and Cheryl will always have a place in our hearts. You were more than neighbors to us and you always made us feel that you loved us like family. Take care until we see each other again.

    Much love,

    Lee & Michelle (Bees) Walther

  3. Wes & Andy, My thoughts & prayers are with you both at this difficult time. I have such Great memories of you all. Cheryl was such a fun, hard working, fun loving lady I have so many fond memories of!! Wes you & Cheryl were such a big part of my life growing up in Trinity United Methodist Church!! Cheryl was a huge help to me when I got married too! I have always thought so much of you both. Hugs, Love & Prayers are with you all. Pam Mason (Williams) Ivins

  4. Our deepest sympathy to Cheryl’s family – Larry and Roberta Denton

  5. Cheryl was a dear friend who I will miss deeply. She was a beautiful ray of sunshine that always brought a smile to everyone’s face. Wes, my thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Until we meet again my darling friend.-Shauna Meikle

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