Cheryl A. Shingledecker

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Cheryl A. Shingledecker, 68 of Grove City, passed away on Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019, at Butler Memorial Hospital.
Cheryl was born in Franklin on Feb 13, 1951, to Albert and Dorothy M. Wheeler Shingledecker.
Cheryl was a kind and loving person and loved spending time with children. She also loved animals, especially cats and dogs. She was a resident of Trinity Living Center for 13 years and had many friends there. She also enjoyed playing bingo there as well as participating in horse races.
Cheryl attended Wayside Community Church in Grove City.
Cheryl is survived by her parents, Albert and Dorothy Shingledecker of Grove City; brother, Michael A. Shingledecker and wife Patricia of Stoneboro; sister, Becky L. Clayton of Sandy Lake; nieces and nephews, Jeremiah Shingledecker and wife Lex, Travis Shingledecker and wife Mandy, Wendy Heffern, Stephanie Heckman and husband Brett, Chrissy Reynolds and husband Bill, Major Jamie Spangler, and Crystal Drew and husband Kevin; 16 great-nieces and -nephews; eight great-great-nieces and nephews; an aunt, Peg Dick, and aunt and uncle Dick and Judy Shingledecker.
She was preceded in death by her sister, Susan Heffern, and nephew, Michael Shingledecker Jr.



SHINGLEDECKER
Cheryl A., 68 of Grove City.
Memorial service: 2 p.m. Aug. 24 at Wayside Community Church, 1911 Mercer-Grove City Road, Mercer. Online condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.BlackFuneralHomes.net
Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to BLACK FUNERAL HOMES, Stoneboro and Sandy Lake.
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Pastor Amy Worline, QLS Chaplain
Aug 18, 2019
Cheryl will be greatly missed! she would always ask me how my grandkids were doing. When the youngest was born, 5 years ago, she got him a little gift to give him. And I always made sure I would bring him in so she could see him.
Wendy taylor
Aug 17, 2019
Sorry for your loss i loved her she was my favorite at QLS.