OBITUARY

Cheryal Anne WHIPPLE

November 30, 1950October 2, 2020

Cheryal Anne Morgan Whipple 69 of Wildwood, GA., passed away on Friday October 2, 2020 at her residence surrounded by family. She is retired from WDSI as program director and administrative assistant to the general manager. Cheryal graduated from Gupton Jones College of Funeral Services in Atlanta, GA.

She was an active member of A. C. T. S Restoration Ministries in Hammondville, AL. Cheryal had many hobbies from collecting stamps, teacups, and music boxes to decoupaging, drawing and needle work. She was a very caring, generous person to all those she ever met.

She was preceded in death by husbands, Walter G. Whipple, and Lindy Morgan; parents, Hope and Guynell Adams.

Survivors include sister, Denise (Bob) White; nieces and nephews, Glenna (Michael) Lashley, Becky (Paul) Rivera, Clayton (Nicky) Willis; Great Nieces and Nephews, Natalie Lashley, Mary, Sam and J.T. Morrow, Brooke (Brandon) Posey, Tara Highnote, Allysa Wills and Blake Ingram (deceased).

The Memorial Service will be Saturday October 10, 2020 at 2 PM EST at A. C. T. S. Restoration Ministries, 481 Lowery Road, Hammondville, AL 35989. She will be laid to rest with her spouse Walter G. Whipple in Arlington National Cemetery.

Arrangements entrusted to Advantage Funeral & Cremation Services Franklin -Strickland Chapel, 1724 McCallie Avenue, Chattanooga, TN, 37404, 423-265-4414. Please visit our website to share your memories: www.advantagefranklin-strickland.com

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Yolanda Wynn

October 8, 2020

Cheryal was my coworker , supervisor and my FRIEND. She taught me the ropes in television. Cheryal had such a kind and loving spirit. I remember the stories she would tell us about the old WRIP TV and the Colonel. Sometimes they say people come into your life for the moment, some for life lessons and for a life . Cheryal was apart of my life for all 3 reasons. She was family to my kids who loved her so much. She would always say my son shocked her how he would always give her a big whenever he came around. . I will truly miss that smile and that voice of laughter.

Brandi Clowers

October 7, 2020

Debbie FLEMING

October 6, 2020

Cheryal was a treasured childhood friend who along with her sweet mother and sister took the time to pick up me and my sister when we were just preteens to go to church with them. It meant so much to us and was more special than they will ever know. It showed us our first glimpse of God's love and had a great impact on us as we went on to be saved and baptised as young girls. Cheryal was always making us smile and laugh and entertaining us playing Beatle songs on her organ. We stayed up late on weekends as teenagers at their home and the memories will always be dear to my heart. We will see our childhood friend and sweet sister in Christ again, no doubt, and I imagine she is already singing and playing her heavenly organ right now. Cant wait for that day we all get together, what a day of rejoicing that will be! 💖🙏✝️

Teresa Davis

October 6, 2020

Michael and I knew Cheryal for awhile when we went to church with her and Denise and Bob and some of her family. Cheryl was sweet person and giving loving lady. She definitely will be missed. Praying for you Denise I know that you and Cheryl were very close. Praying for comfort and peace in your family.

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