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Cheryl Lenee Vaughn
December 17, 1957 ~ November 5, 2023 (age 65) 65 Years Old
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Cheryl Lenee Vaughn
Born December 17, 1957 in Norman, Oklahoma to Owen and Letha Hedger. Passed away at home in Puyallup, Washington November 5, 2023.
She is survived by her husband Gary, Sister Sheree and brother Les, Daughter Brenda, Granddaughters, Gabrielle, Cheyenne and Skyla as well as
grandsons Jon, Jacob, Daniel, Alexander and Zachary in addition to great grandchildren Benjamin and Wyatt.
Cheryl arrived in Washington in 1982 where she met the love of her life and husband Gary of 38 years. They met in Seattle Washington on
January 6, 1983. They were married at Lincoln Park in Seattle Washington on September 7, 1985. They started their lives together in
Seattle and also lived in Kent, Auburn, Unalaska and Puyallup. They lived in Unalaska, Alaska for 13 years. She especially enjoyed
combing the beaches for shells and other treasures. She was very active in the community and was grateful of the many friends she had while there. She was even honored with an appreciation award for her volunteer service to the Alaska State Firefighter's Association.
After returning home to the Seattle area, they finally settled in Puyallup Washington where they purchased their home. Cheryl enjoyed spending time in her yard tending her plants as well as caring for the fish in her pond, She loved spending time with children and was especially fond of the grand children as
well her great grandchildren. She also enjoyed spending time at the ocean which was a very special place for her. The ocean was her
peaceful place and brought her so much joy and happiness. Cheryl was a loving and caring soul. She was always concerned for those around her more than herself. Even through sickness, she was trying to take care of those she loved. She always saw the good in someone and never had anything bad to
say about anyone. Her caring heart touched many and will be missed forever by all who knew her. She will live on in our hearts and never be forgotten.
Cheryl Was preceded in death by her beloved daughter Nora and Grandson Michael.
A celebration of her life will be held the ocean at a time to be determined in the Spring