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Cheryl A. Stewart

Cheryl A. Harbert Stewart, 62, of Grafton, mother of three and loving grandmother of five beautiful grandchildren passed away April 22, 2020. Cheryl was born August 1st 1957 in Elyria. 

Cheryl is survived by her son, Brian Rigo (Holly), daughter, Larissa Markus (Michael), son, Anthony Rigo (Kaylee), step-son Jason. As well as her beloved grandchildren, Alyssa, Jackson, Ariel, Lucy and Juliette.  She was preceded in death by her husband, Jeffrey Stewart, mother, Mabel Harbert and father in law Frank Stewart.

Cheryl was employed by First Energy for 20+ years before retiring and moving to Missouri with her husband to live their dream in the Ozarks.  Before moving Cheryl was active with her Church groups as well as always being surrounded by new and longtime friends. You could find her riding her motorcycle, taking part in the Red Hat Society and taking swim breaks with the family at Kalahari.  Cheryl always led by example on how to help anyone in need and to be a good friend. 

At this time, the family will not be planning hours of visitation or services due to COVID. Friends who wish may contribute to the Women on Wheels or the Red Hat Society.


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I miss you tons, girlfriend! Cheryl and I met through Women on Wheels and motorcycling. She was a great friend and beautiful person.

Kathy Riedy Dec 21 2020 12:00 AM

Cheryl will always be a wonderful friend. Weve known each other for many years. Cheryls Mom was married a short time to my father in law. My son Michael was her ring bearer in her wedding in Ohio. Our memories of her are dear to our heart.RIP Beautiful Lady. Ill miss our conversations over the years. Love you

Judy Klein Sep 30 2020 12:00 AM

I remember when we first connected. It was so much fun finding whete we connected. May her memory be of great blessing to all her knew her. Cousin Susan from Texas.

Susan Sep 29 2020 12:00 AM