Cheryl Lynn Schell

Cheryl Lynn Schell

March 17, 1944 ‐ September 18, 2019
Cheryl Lynn Schell
Birthplace: Cleveland, Ohio Resided In: Fairview Park, Ohio Visitation: September 20, 2019 Service: September 21, 2019 Cemetery: Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery

Cheryl Lynn Schell, 75, beloved wife of the late William. Dear mother of William (Cheryl) and Traci Kestranek (Brian). Fond grandmother of Jessica and Tyler Schell, Brian II and Abby Kestranek. Sister of Linda Rolinc (Dick) (both deceased), Patti Fifner (Fred deceased) and Gordon Justen (Jan Goggins). Funeral Service Saturday Sept. 21 at 10:00am at Jenkins Funeral Chapel, 2914 Dover Center Road, Westlake where family and friends will gather from 4-8pm Friday. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Hospice of the Western Reserve, 30080 Hospice Way,Westlake, OH 44145

Guest Comments

Bob Leavens

I remember riding to school with Bill and Sherri in Bills Chevy. Lots of fun as kids. Wish we could back, to 1960 on Westwood. With sympathy Bob and Candy

Candy &Bob Leavens
Lakeland Florida

So sorry to hear about the passing of Cherri! We both thought so much of her! I had talked to her on messenger a few months ago! She sounded great and never said anything about being ill! God bless her and God bless the family! I know this is hard on you guys! I just wish we could of been able th get up there! Our thoughts and prayers are with you! Love Bob and Candy

Jack Cox
Parma Ohio

RIP Cheryl Will see you down the road!

Chris & Bob Dutkovic
Parma, OH

Cheri - we had some great times at Weston Hurd! You always had a smile on your face and always, always had a helping hand. I will miss our Browns/Steelers rivalry, your sense of humor and your big heart. And any future "Cheri's Stratas" I make will be in your honor! Poor Bob and I are grateful to have had you in our lives. Rest in peace, my friend.

Jean Turrin

Cheri ( her Mom) and I spent many years working together side by side at Weston Hurd. She was a wonderful friend and a hard worker -- always with a smile and kind word.

In their sorrow, the family has my sincerest condolences,

Jeff Tasse
Westlake. Ohio

Cheri was such a kind and pleasant lady. She always had a smile at work. She brightened our law office, and we are grateful for it.


Lest we not forget the Saturday secretary and receptionist in the early 80's when you used the "Lily Tomlin" switchboard and we came early to have donuts and coffee. And the birthdays and the baby's births (you were a Mom to all our children - so much love you had for them); and the Alvies; and the Fuddruckers; and the blue pick-up you would drive me to the firm softball games (you were such a great player) and Muldoon's; and the First Friday parties; we laughed, we cried, so many memories. You were always - what can I do for you? how can I help you? You were always there for all! And you shall be missed by all.
May the road rise to meet you
May the wind be always at your back
May the sun shine warm upon your face
The wind fall soft upon your fields
And until we meet again
May God hold you in the palm of His hands.

You always ended your cards with one special quote - so I end with the same
Love and Kisses.

Dennis Mihalik

Cheryl was probably the most goodhearted person I knew. Her family was first and she would do anything for them. Rest in peace Cheryl.

Paula Livingstone
Cleveland, OH

Dearest Family: I can’t find the words to express my symptom to all of you. Cheri is a great friend to many and loved by all. We has a whole lot of fun throughout the years at our Friday gatherings, concerts and bowling. I for one will miss her smiles, laughter and love. Cheri this is good-bye for now, we shall meet again dear friend.