Cheryl Amy Welch

January 14, 1960February 4, 2019

Cheryl Amy Welch, age 59, passed away on Monday, February 4, 2019 in Smyrna. Cheryl was born in Burlington, CT. She was the daughter of the late Edward Curtis and Lucille Mae Cogswell Smith. Cheryl is survived by her loving husband and eternal companion Brian Keith Welch. Services to celebrate Cheryl’s life will be held at Eleven O’clock the morning of Saturday, February 9, 2019 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Smyrna chapel. Cheryl cherished doing family history and she was a true example of Jesus Christ. Cheryl was always cheerful and charitable to those around her. She will be truly missed by her family, friends and church family. To leave thoughts or memories, please visit Friends are cordially invited to visitation Ten O’clock until Eleven O’clock on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at the Smyrna chapel in the Relief Society Room. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 316 Mayfield Drive, Smyrna, TN 37167.


  • Gathering of Family and Friends Saturday, February 9, 2019
  • Service to Celebrate Saturday, February 9, 2019

Cheryl Amy Welch

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Gail Hardy

February 9, 2019

I met Cheryl several years ago when I was her visiting teacher from church. At first I was just doing my duty helping her out as I was supposed to do, but soon we became friends. We could talk to each other about anything, and we did. Both of us had medical knowledge so we would discuss problems that we had with each other.

As my own mobility decreased, Cheryl was always on the phone to make sure I was okay every day. I use to call her my little Border Collie because she was always encouraging me to do better and be better. We disagreed on a lot of things, but she didn't hold that against me.

She was almost always smiling and upbeat, in spite of her own physical problems. She had a naivete that belied the problems she had when she was younger. Her faith in God and his eternal plan was absolute.

I will miss her desperately.

Rebecca Hawkins

February 7, 2019

I first met Cheryl in Provo Utah back 1984. We have been friends ever since. Cheryl is a beautiful soul. Such an inspiration of inner strength and faith. She went through so much. Her body weakened, but her faith only grew stronger. And she always tried to stay optomistic and see the silver lining. Such wonderful example of a Christ like life. I will miss her laugh. And her spirit. I know you are now living in eternal peace and joy my friend. I will carry you in my heart till we meet again in the light. Save me a spot!!😇😊