Cheryl Ann Alvers

November 27, 1948November 13, 2021

Cheryl Ann (Truelove) Alvers, 72, of Evansville, IN passed away November 13, 2021 at home. She was born in Loogootee, IN on November 27, 1948.

Cheryl worked hard her entire career. She enjoyed spending time at the casino, and loved tending to her garden. She loved spoiling her grandsons.

She was preceded in death by her son, Stephen Brzezinski; daughter, Lee Ann (Brzezinski) Folz.

She is survived by her husband of 20 years, Ronnie Alvers; grandsons, Masen Folz and Mykel Folz; sister, Susie Holman of Shoals, IN.

Per Cheryl’s wishes, there will be no funeral services.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Lung Association.

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Lee Lee

November 27, 2021

Cheryl was kind and funny and strong and compassionate. I shall deeply miss my sweet sweet friend. Her shoulders were strong. She carried a lot of heartbreak. She listened to mine. She gave great hugs. Love you gal, till we meet again.

Linda Alvers

November 19, 2021

My life was enriched because of Cheryl. I will always feel blessed for having her in my life. May she forever rest in peace and be in Heaven with her children and family. Now Heaven is blessed.

Diane Cosby (Burress)

November 17, 2021

Gosh I have so many memories. Cheryl was my cousin. She Carole Mauder, , and I all first cousins and close to the same age. Every holiday all the families, there were six brothers and sisters who were aunts and uncles to us, in the family of Robert and Anna Eva Burress(Gibson). We all played, fed chickens and helped with all manner of farm chores. Us 3 girls played and had all manner of adventure. Grandma’s house was a magical place.. We all would go stay with her at times either separately or together. One summer Cheryl came and spent a couple of weeks with me at our house in Fishers, In. Truth be known she was the person to explain the birds and the bees to me!!! Rest In Peace dear cousin. My love, Diane