Cheryl Anita Hutchinson

September 24, 1977October 5, 2021

Cheryl Anita Hutchinson was born on September 24, 1977, to William John Hutchinson and Stella Vega Hutchinson in Hollywood, Florida. She is the youngest the of Three siblings, their names are William Robert Hutchinson and Cynthia Anne Hamilton (Hutchinson). She is survived by her Mother, her siblings, her four Daughters, Jaseyl Dawndrea Johnson, Bella Mia Gaudio, Bianca Cali Gaudio, and Giuliana Mara Gaudio and her three Step Daughters Angelina Marie Coelho (Gaudio), Mia Marie Gaudio, and Gianna Fanning (Gaudio). On October 5th, 2021 Cheryl passed away with a loving and caring lasting impression on those who she heard dearest. For those who knew Cheryl she was Loud & Dramatic and she always tried to put a smile on your face. She was known for being a selfless woman who gave the shirt off her own back for anyone in need. Cheryl thought each one of her Girls were Unique in their own way and she loved loving each of them in her Unique way. Whether it was a goofy smile, dance parties, pillow forts, or nightly back tickles to help them sleep, there was never enough caring and love that she couldn’t give to her Girls. Cheryl was always the life of the party, as soon as she walked in the room after hearing her they would see a Glorious smile that always caught the disco ball. She leaves behind a legacy of Crazy Love and Laughter. She will be dearly missed.


  • Visitation

    Sunday, October 17, 2021

  • A Celebration of Life

    Sunday, October 17, 2021


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Jamie Chiccarello

October 14, 2021

Cheryl had a good heart and was a good person. The first time I met her I didn't know she was Bobby's sister. I was at a family event at the Osorio's in Clermont. Chris's wife at the time Carolyne's friend Cheryl came over with at least 4 little rug rats maybe more. The whole time she was chasing those kids around playing with them. Helping host and making sure everyone had something to drink and food on their plate. She even helped clean up. She was friendly from hello like we had been family for years.

I wouldn't see her again for many years. Not until Bobby and I became close and as I begun to attend family events. When we crossed paths again she was the same person I met that day in Clermont. Always paying attention to all the kids (both hers and any others that were there), organizing events for them, being present, and making sure everyone was ok and had what they needed. She would serve everyone else before making herself a plate and eat last.

I heard plenty of stories about some other person I never saw. Maybe my perspective is unique I don't know but because of this I can with all honesty say that she was a good person with a good heart and a lot of love to offer.

I will always remember the Cheryl I saw each time we crossed paths. The woman who cared for her children and others. The Cheryl who cared about family and friends and was kind to total strangers without a second thought. Who was a perfect host. Who was always friendly and kind and present. Who was under it all a good person with a good heart.

Let her loss remind us of how fragile and impermanent life really is. And inspire us to weave a tighter tapestry between immediate and extended family. Appreciate each other while we are here and have the chance. Forgive each other. To love and be kind to each other. And to make a better world by doing our best each day.

My heart goes out to her children, family, extended family, and friends. May your hearts mend and may she rest in peace.