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Brookside Funeral Home & Brookside Memorial Park

13747 Eastex Freeway, Houston, TX

OBITUARY

Cheryl Lynn Stanick

November 14, 1945September 8, 2019

Cheryl Lynn Stanick was 73 when she passed away on September 8, 2019. She was born November 14, 1945 in Blue Island, Illinois.

In her earlier years she went to catholic school. She was a service order writer for Southwestern Bell since she was 17 years old. Cheryl enjoyed spending time with family, playing games online, going to bingo, and talking on the phone with her sister, Dolores. She is preceded in death by her husband, Michael C. Stanick; her mother, Loretta Mae Mulcahy; Her father, Alvin Francis Reiniche; her sister, Colleen Halstead; Her brother, Jerry Reiniche. She is survived by her daughters, Kelly A. Lopez & Michaelene Andrea Dumesnil; Her grandchildren, Jessica Lynn Lopez, Joseph Lopez, Michael B. Stanick, Alexandra M. Parisi-Ruiz w/ husband Roman Ruiz, Mercedes Zavala; Her great-grandchildren, Melissica, Benjamin, Annaliese, Jadon, Brooklyn; Her sister, Dolores Lorenzetti; her brothers, Verne Reiniche, Gail Reiniche

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Services

  • Graveside Service Friday, September 13, 2019

Memories

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Kathy Parsons

September 13, 2019

Rest in peace Aunt Cheri and enjoy the eternal bliss of Heaven .

Thomas Lorenzetti

September 10, 2019

Dear Kelly, Micky and your whole family, Some of my earliest memories revolve around Aunt Cheri and the days of her babysitting 'the Lorenzetti clan'. Her and my brother Mike were strong, but gentle. That is how we turned out. Strong and gentle, caring and concerned, loving and happy! We all have them to thank for shaping our character, Aunt Cheri and our Brother Mike and many more relatives. Personally, I can honestly say we, the Lorezettis' owe eternal gratitude and continued love and deep affection to our Aunt Cheri.
With love to Cheri and family, Tom Lorezetti.

Jessica Lopez

September 10, 2019

Apparently my grandma had a thing with cheeks and grandchildren oh how we miss you

Kathy Parsons

September 10, 2019

Dear Kelly, Micki, and Families,

I am so sorry about the loss of your mom, grandmother and great grandmother. Aunt Cheryl was a very lovely person in so many ways. She will be sadly missed by all of us. You are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

With Deepest Sympathy,

Kathy and Don

Michael Bass

September 10, 2019

Dear Kelly and Mickey, our heartfelt condolences to you . Cheri and I were more like brother and sister than Aunt and Nephew. I will miss her and always love her. Love, Mike and Sue Bass

Verne Reiniche

September 10, 2019

Cheryl Lynn ...Verne and Betty’s Wedding 1959

Verne Reiniche

September 10, 2019

Dearest Kelly, Mickey, beloved grandchildren and great grandchildren

We are so sorry for such a great loss.
Cheryl Lynn was a great baby sister to me and an exciting fun-loving Aunt to our girls. I’m glad my granddaughter, Malia, got to meet her. I cherish so many fond memories together.

May God Bless all of you and bring you peace! We will keep all of you in our prayers.
Love
Uncle Verne , Aunt Betty, Annie, Lori and Mary Beth

Jessica Lopez

September 9, 2019

Grandma,
I just want to thank you for always being you. Im going to miss your craziness and giving you those back massages and painting your toes. Im just so happy i got 31 years with you and your grandbabies were old enough to have wonderful memories of you. I just have everyone telling me that i look just like you so i know i can just look in the mirror and think of you especially when i wear my sundresses and towel cloth dresses.... i love you grandma..... don't worry about my mom grandma i got it from here im just happy now your stress free and can spread your wings until we meet again hugs & kisses jessica♡♡♡♡♡

Alexandra Ruiz

September 9, 2019

Grandma,
Thank you for always being what we needed you to be, thank you for always making sure that we had what ever we needed or wanted...school clothes,supplies,shoes,food,lights, Christmas, birthdays, but most of all your love. You always told me what I needed to hear when I needed to hear it. You never took you only gave. You kept our grandpa's memory alive with you here and I couldn't imagine how hard it must have been to do all of these things on your own while you were missing him, but you didn't give up. You were strong in so many ways and I'm going to miss your sarcasm sooo much...you and I both said I'm so much like you in that way and I take pride in having your sarcastic humor! I'm going to miss hearing your stories of the old days or when I couldn't get you off the phone. Our "goodbyes" always turned into 30 more minutes of talking until you needed to get off and do something. If only I could have 30 more minutes with you again. I'm going to miss hearing you tell me that if I need anything you were there for me and knowing how true that was. I love you grandma more than I could ever put into words on here. You will always be my beautiful crazy red headed grandma, the best grandma any kid could ever ask for but I was lucky that I got to call you mine and lucky that my kids got to know their amazing GG and I only hope that one day when I'm a grandma that I'll be one just like you. You deserve to rest peacefully now...until we meet again. Love always, Alexandra.

Carla Lorenzetti

September 9, 2019

Dear Kelly, Mickey and families,
Our hearts are breaking at the loss of your dear mother. We are so very sorry for you all.
Mom and I are praying for you and want you to know how much you are loved.
We are filled with loving, fond memories of Aunt Cheri. She was the first to help anyone and the first to get us to laugh! Her heart was surely made of gold ❤️
Please accept our heartfelt condolences and know how much we love you all
With love,
Carla & Dolores

FROM THE FAMILY