Cheryl A. Scott, age 65 of Eastlake, passed away January 15th, 2023. She was born August 27th, 1957 in Euclid to the late Walter and Dorothy Scott.
Cheryl enjoyed baking, home shopping and was a huge Cher fan. She most loved being a devoted mom and best friend to her daughter Heather.
Cheryl was the loving mother of Heather Scott; dearest companion of the late William Obermayer; step mother of Tricia Martin-Skodnik and Traci Collins; beloved sister of David A. Scott, Linda Hubish and the late Robert Scott; aunt of David Scott, Diana (Bill) Connett and Christopher (Sonya) Scott; cousin and niece of many.
The family will receive friends from 2:00 – 5:00 PM Sunday, January 22nd, 2022 at The Abbey, 38011 Euclid Ave., Willoughby (located on the grounds of McMahon Coyne Vitantonio Funeral Home). A Memorial Service will be held at 5:00 PM Sunday at The Abbey.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Jeff Monreal Funeral and Cremation Services.
8 Replies to “Cheryl A. Scott”
RIP cousin. I only met you once so I didn’t get to know you, but I knew of you through all the nice things that were said. My deepest sympathy for the family.
Cheri was a amazing Aunt to David. She had a heart of gold n very caring to people in her life. She was my ex-sister in law but she was a great mother to Heather also great spouse to Billy. RIP Cheryl you’ll be very missed. David will miss his Aunt bunches. Prayers to family . We have Angel above watching over us Guardian Angel Cheryl.
Heather- I am so sorry for your loss! Your close bond was so very sweet, and I know you meant the world to her
Heather, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.
Loretta Jarrell Nebe
Rip cuz I know u are looking over all of us….fly high til I see u again…
Cousins by birth ~ BFF’s by choice!
How do I summarize a lifetime of memories to capture all the laughs, tears, dreams and events we shared? Taking inventory of all the times You held my hand, wiped my tears, shared my joy, kept me from stupid decisions, made me mad, shared a room, kept me honest and called me out when I was about to stray from our family values (always with love and a wink).
I am struggling to not be completely heartbroken that I will not be able to zip off a text or hear your voice and trying my best to instead be grateful for the memories: starting with holiday meals on newspaper with the cousins, Grandma’s Easter yard decorations, bubble lights and spinners on the Christmas tree, treasures in her curio and roses in her garden. Grandpa and baseball. Summer vacation antics; drive-in movies, swimming, walks to Grandma’s with stops at Euclid Race, Manners and Big Boy sauce, gravy fries and cream pies! Holly Hobby and “Love Is” quotes. Late night beauty sessions and a week of painting your room (green, of course). Learning to drive and finally having a car to go to Mardi Gras cake decorating classes, Peaches, Big Auto and double dates! All to the backdrop of that great 70’s music!
My dearest cousin, who I will always remember as one of the most authentic, kind, generous and loving humans I have had the good fortune to walk this life with; You lived without malice, without pretense and I am forever grateful for all of the wonderful ways You loved me!
Until we meet again, thank You Cuz ~ I love You!
So very sorry for your loss. We love ❤️ you and are here for you.
Dad and Sharon
I miss you so much mom – I’ve never loved anyone more than you. Everything I am is because of you.