BENJAMIN FUNERAL SERVICE NOWATA, OKLAHOMA 918-273-2700....
Cheryl Lynn Paige, born December 19,1953 in Nowata, Oklahoma and passed from this life on Saturday, November 21, 2020 at her home in Sapulpa, Oklahoma.
Cheryl attended Nowata Schools and graduated from NHS with the Class of 1972. She played the flute and was Drum Major in the NHS Marching Band. After high school she attended Central State College in Edmond.
Cheryl had a long and successful career in the Oil and Gas Industry, working for several companies in Oklahoma and Texas. She retired from Cimarex Energy Company in Tulsa in 2018. Cheryl loved to travel and had been many places in and out of the United States, but her favorite place to vacation was Montana. She loved the mountains, the village of Whitefish, and Wild Horse Island. But the place she loved the most was Grand Lake. She was a gracious host and was very generous with her Lake Home. She took many friends and relatives on boat trips around the lake and could back a boat in better than anyone! Cheryl was a very loving owner of her dogs, Gracie and Montana. One of her hobbies while living in Dallas was singing with the Sweet Adeline Chorus “The Richtones.” While singing with “The Richtones,” they won first Place at the Sweet Adelines International Competition in Baltimore. Cheryl fought a brave and courageous battle with Cancer, always taking the high road and keeping a smile on her face. She was loved her family and friends and was fiercely loyal to them.
She is survived by Best Friend, Glenn Myers, Sister and Brother-in-law, Karen and John McCracken of Sapulpa, several nieces and nephews and two great nieces.
Cheryl was preceded in death by her parents Bob and Jewel Fern Paige and grandparents Roy and Cora Plecker and Chester and Ruby Paige.
The family would like to thank Griswold Home Health and Grace Hospice for the wonderful care they provided.
Cheryl’s family would like to request that any remembrances be made to Wild Heart Ranch, P.O. Box 170, Foyil, OK 74017 or use PayPal.me/wildheart (non-profit #05-0541861) or any Animal Shelter of your choice.
A private family memorial service will be held at a later date. Arrangements are under the direction of Benjamin Funeral Service of Nowata. Online condolences may be left at www.honoringmemories.com.