Cheryl Edith Funk

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Cheryl Edith Funk, 67, of Edmonton, Alberta, passed away on July 22, 2014, at Royal Alexandria Hospital in Edmonton.

Cheryl was born on March 15, 1947 in Wetaskiwin, Alberta, to W. Cecil and Ada M. Schantz. In life, she was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother, who touched many lives with her strength, courage, wisdom, compassion and fighting spirit.

Cheryl was predeceased in death by her parents, Cecil and Ada. She is survived by her husband, Ralph M. Funk; two brothers, Keith and Gary Schantz, two children, Shelley Potma and Sean Funk; and seven grandsons.

A very informal memorial gathering will be held at 10411-32 Ave. NW, Edmonton, for family and friends of the family on July 26, 2014 at 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. There will be ASL interpreters available on site.

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Joanne Potma

Cheryl will be greatly missed by the Potma’s in Belmont and Dorchester. Every year when Cheryl visited her dear daughter, Shelley and son in law, Arnold and her 5 grandsons we all made sure to spend time together with all of us. Great memories! She was the most loving, caring mom, grandma and friend. We loved her dearly and will always remain in our hearts. We pray for comfort in this time of great loss.

Love and prayers, Jerry and Joanne Potma, Dorchester, Ontario.

Muriel Kohut

This is Muriel again, Randy & Sandy are mine & Allan’s children. Also wanted to
mention, I also knew Cheryl’s brothers Gary & Keith and her parents very well..
Muriel – please feel free to send me a reply.

Muriel & Allan Kohut

Although, I haven’t seen Cheryl for a number of years, Cheryl & I were best of friends and our children, Randy & Sandy had the same babysitter in Wetaskiwin and Cheryl & I worked together. What fun we had. Although, we drifted apart it seems, I never ever forgot Cheryl, Ralph & the kids. Still have those fond memories & always will.
Muriel Kohut

Jennifer DeMeyer

I have so many great memories of Cheryl, she was a wonderful person who I already miss dearly. She was always there to listen to my teenage angst and discuss my feelings. She was like a second mom to me while growing up. I remember camping trips with the whole Traub/Funk families. I remember tons of card games. I remember going to her house after the tornado and having a tornado party. Most of all I remember her warm heart and loving nature. Cheryl I already miss you! You were a huge part of my life and I know you and my mom/Gail are somewhere catching up on all the gossip.

Jennifer DeMeyer

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