CHERYL K. MILLER
DAVENPORT, Iowa - Cheryl K. Miller, 72, formerly of Muscatine, passed away on Sunday, July 28. 2019, at Accordius at St. Mary's in Davenport.
A burial will take place in Nichols Cemetery on Saturday, September 14, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. Ralph J. Wittich-Riley-Freers Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences: www.wittichfuneralhome.com
A Celebration of life will immediately follow the burial at 280 South Cherry Street in Letts.
Cheryl was born on May 30, 1947, the daughter of Russell and Elizabeth Kahn Peters.
She worked as a CNA at Lutheran Holmes for over 22 years.
She enjoyed spending time with her family and her pets, especially her dogs. She enjoyed sewing, baking, bowling, crafts, painting, movies, and rock concerts. She also enjoyed singing and dancing.
Those left to honor her memory include her children, John Miller Jr. of Davenport, Russell and wife, Peggy, of Muscatine, and Dorene Devore and husband, Chris, of Rock Island, Illinois; 10 grandchildren; 19 ½ great grandchildren; five nieces and one nephew; seven great nieces and four great nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her son, Michael L. Miller; her brother, Russell Peters and wife Zella; her sisters, Fran Bouquot, and husband Alfred, and Joyce Cruz; and great nephew Cole Gugelmeyer.
"Rest In Peace, My sweet dear friend Cheryl, may you fly high with the Angels. So many fun times and beautiful memories of our time spent together. You will be truly missed. Hugs and prayers to Cheryl's family and friends. May God wrap you all in his arms and comfort you at this time and help heal your loss. Jean (Ozzello) Shepard"
"My condolences to Cheryl's family. She was a sweet lady and I pray God give you comfort and heal the pain of losing her."
"John and the rest of your family, My prayers and thoughts go out to you at this time of grief. May God comfort you an surround you with His love and care. May He bring lasting good memories to your lonely days without her. Love, Grace Steckman"
"My condolences to Cheryl's children and families.
I remember babysitting all 4 kids while her and John would go to the bowling alley.
She was a wonderful woman, always patient and understanding.
R.I.P. Aunt Cheryl, I know you are with your baby Michael and your ancestors."
"I will always remember you as ? little Cherie K?... say Hello to your Mom for me?"
"Sending love hugs and prayers to you all. Rest in peace Aunt Cheryl"
"Cheryl use to live where I work. She was my favorite lady. Sorry for you loss.cheryl was a Great lady."
"She was a fighter! She is Forever in my heart ?"
"I knew Cheryl from hers and my mother?s time at the nursing home in Muscatine. Cheryl always had a smile and a wave for everyone. My sympathy to her family. "