OBITUARY

Cheryl Smiley

January 8, 1952July 10, 2018

Cheryl J. Smiley of Norwich passed away July 10, 2018 at Valley View Nursing Home. She was born in Montreal, Canada on January 8, 1952. She spent many years in Buffalo, NY prior to moving to Norwich, NY in 1975. Her passions were her grandbabies, watching the Buffalo Bills, drinking Pepsi, drawing portraits, playing guitar, listening to music and visiting the ocean. She was very proud of her Canadian heritage and frequently drove to Canada to spend time with her mother. Cheryl was predeceased by her parents, Leona and Kenneth Smiley; her brother, William Smiley and her baby boy, Stephen Dicks. Cheryl is survived by her children, Kara Conklin of Norwich, Michael Conklin of Woodacre, CA, Harry Myers III of Norwich, Cheryl Myers of Sherburne and Matthew Dicks of Norwich; her 13 grandbabies and 1 great grandbaby; and her brother, Kenneth Smiley Jr. of Myrtle Beach. Cheryl’s family wishes to sincerely thank the staff of Valley View Nursing Home for taking care of her through the last several years.

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Janice Hamblin

July 13, 2018

Oh Cheryl I can even start to say how much I am gonna miss you.. I will miss our long talks about Canada, you family and you always asking and listening to me about Den. You could always tell in the sound of my voice when something was wrong. You were always able to cheer me up and make things seem ok for a little while. All your tips on how to get though life, and to not let thing bother me. Fly high beautiful and R.I.P

Robin Christian

July 13, 2018

I only knew you a short time but oh my I loved that sass! Go meet up with my angel Bre and get into some mischief. Love you both 💕

Alicia Snow

July 12, 2018

Ph my smiley were do I ever start. Your personality was one of a kind. You smoke breaks and lip stick mascara.. you always new how to britten someone's day. You will forever be missed.

Mea Archer

July 12, 2018

Cheryl loved to smell good everyday she took pride in her self and I loved spending time with her
I will never forget her beauty tips and kindness rip my friend

FROM THE FAMILY