In Memory

Cheryl L Grissom (Cufaude)

Cheryl L Grissom (Cufaude)

Cheryl L. Cufaude, 76, of Moline, passed away Friday, July 24, 2020, at her home.
Per her wishes, her body will be cremated and there will be no visitation or service.  Memorials may be made to the Heart Association, Cancer Society, or your favorite charity.
Cheryl was born on July 8, 1944, to Willard and Delfene (Viano) Grissom in Moline, Illinois.  She married Don Cufaude, March 25, 1965 in Rock Island Co.
Survivors include her husband Don; son, Jeffrey of Indianapolis; brother, Gary (Lois) Grissom of Moline and their two children and families; several cousins; sister-in-law, Betty Ann (Don) DeWees of Macomb, IL and their three children and families.
She was preceded in death by her beloved silky terrier Gidget; parents; mother-in-law and father-in-law.
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07/29/20 05:13 PM #4    

Bob Willis

I remember Cheryl from our senior year at MHS.  She did display a beautiful smile and was a kind person.

07/29/20 06:15 PM #5    

Mary Jane Sodeman (Unzicker Sinkule)

I remember Cheryl well.   She was always so positive and such a pleasant person to know.  Loved her smile and kind ways she treated all of us.  She will be missed.  Prayers and thoughts for family.  RIP


07/29/20 10:05 PM #6    

Gay B Thompson (Vencill)

Cheryl was always such a cheerful person and as everyone has noted----had a beautiful smile.  The only difference between her high school picture and the picture now posted are a few gray hairs.  Talk about someone who still looked like she did in high school!!!  Walking to Coolidge is something I remember as well, as I would start from my house at 12 Ave and 29th St., meet up with Peggy and Patty Rives, and then on to 23rd Avenue where we would pick up Cheryl and maybe Bill and Jim too and end our journey at Coolidge at 23rd Avenue and 31 St.!  We put some miles on those rock and roll shoes.  What great memories.  Cheryl had such a sweet personality and that smile would light up a room.  RIP sweet lady.

07/30/20 12:05 PM #7    

Robert L Sandberg

Cheryl and I grew up together she was always great to be around she will be dearly missed.

07/30/20 01:49 PM #8    

Sandra Stratton (Womack)

Cheryl was a beautiful gal with a beautiful smile. 
She was always friendly. 
Cobdolences to family and friends. 
Sandy and Earl Womack. 

07/30/20 05:22 PM #9    

Sandra Stratton (Womack)


08/01/20 10:27 PM #10    

Gail Stevens (Barber)

Cheryl was one of my favorite classmates, with wonderful paernts in that cute house by the barbershop. I agree with you all she had that great smile and her warm kindness to showed to all. She and Don were such a cute couple. She will be missed.

08/02/20 11:15 AM #11    

Judith E Klockner (Johnson)

I remember Cheryl all through school as she lived close to my grandma in Highland. During summer we often met at the drug store for a green river fountain drink. Also had a lot of fun going to Bergrens store for my grandma. Lost touch over the years but prayers are with her family.

08/02/20 12:18 PM #12    

Cecil E Cady

she had a great smile and was always nice.

08/02/20 05:21 PM #13    

Lana R Jacobs

OMGSH....We could definitely vote Cheryl as the least changed female in our class! She certainly aged well. I would also believe her character aged well; always friendly and kind to everyone. What a beautiful legacy Cheryl leaves behind. God Bless & Keep her husband, son, brother Gary and grandchildren as they mourn their loss of a loving wife, mother,grandmother and trusted friend. AMEN

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