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Cheryl Lee Thompson Warren
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March 21, 1958 - January 23, 2013



Cheryl grew up in Bountiful, attended Meadowbrook Elementary, Centerville Junior High and graduated from Viewmont High School in 1976. Cheryl spent her summers with her family water skiing and fishing on Utah lakes and reservoirs, where she grew her love of the outdoors. Cheryl lived in Centerville and Farmington with her daughter Stephanie Warren for many years until moving to Nevada in 2006. Cheryl loved fishing at Pineview Reservoir and camping with friends, and was a talented seamstress and sold items at art fairs throughout the west. She worked most of life selling advertising and had worked for the Salt Lake Tribune, Yellow Pages, Salt Lake Community College, Fulman Gas Card Company, and most recently for a southwest publication, in Nevada, Quick Throttle.

Cheryl discovered a love for riding motorcycles with her many friends in the Las Vegas area, and spent her last years riding on her (not sure what brand of bike she had).

Cheryl was preceded in death by her mother, Marilyn Hogan Thompson, and survived by her father, George C. Thompson, Las Vegas; daughter, Stephanie Warren, (Phoenix); grandchildren Hailey and Ethan Warren; sisters, Denice Neddo, (David) Ridgefield, WA; Sheila Elgart, Rancho Cucamonga,CA; Robyn Olschewski (Mark), West Bountiful; Sandi Thompson, Phoenix,AZ; and Jenifer Field (Brandon), Clinton; nieces, nephews and cousins too numerous to mention.

Cheryl was loved by many, touched the lives of more people than she would ever know, and left an impression of love, caring and respect for her multitude of family and friends. She will be greatly missed. Friends and family will remember Cheryl Sunday August 11, 2013 at the Bowery Bountiful City Park 200 W. 400 North from 1 to 3 p.m.
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NolaEricksonVanWagenen
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August 27, 2013
I remember Cheryl from H.S. She was always sweet and friendly to me.. May God be with her grieving family and May they know that she will still be in their lives and watching and caring and loving them from heaven up above..

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