OBITUARY

Cheryl Pappas

January 27, 1961November 1, 2018

Fond memories of Mary and expressions of sympathy for her family may be shared at the guest book below.

Services

No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
REMEMBERING

Cheryl Pappas

have a memory or condolence to add?

ADD A MEMORY
Casey Lynn

November 12, 2018

I don't know how Cheryl has put put up with me for six years.
Let alone put up with all the things ive ever wanted to do to my hair, or put up with all the times I would loiter in her shop. I first met her at Hair at the Village in Louisville, like, two blocks from my apartment at the time. And I swear, I am a crazy kid, i was 'hers ' in a way. Not the biological sense of course ,but I always had the privlage of being able to tell Cheryl all the things I couldn't and can't share with my own family. I considered and still do consider Cheryl more of a mother to me than my own.
-
She would let me loiter for hours and i would always bug the crap out of her about questions as she did my hair. All the time, she told me stories of her students back at her school, a silly thing about her puppers at the time, and always i hoped looked forward to seeing me as I did her. She gave me wigs, and a textbook, and of course a mild guilt trip tease or two over how hair still even was on my head. But she never ever once guilted me or made me feel weird or different for the 'ACTUAL weird things' I do.
-
How my scars healed and when i talked about voices i heard or how psychiatrists went or whatever issue i was having she never once judged me. The REAL stories she knows, among the few (One paid therapist and a gf) point is. I don't trust a lot of people, but I trusted her. I never once had to call to see her, and she always had a weird knack replying to my hair questions at 2 in the morning.
I'm pretty sure I'm over running this. I'm also pretty sure I've never done this. Not the type to, i cried for days after finding out. It was so bizzare I walked into the shop and someone else was in her spot.in the middle of my sobbing i was able to demand an item of hers. Even if I have an old student's textbook I needed something else. I love Cheryl so much, and this is still hard, i didn't lose a friend or a long time friend as far as Im concerned I lost an artificial mom

Casey Lynn

November 12, 2018

I don't know how Cheryl has put put up with me for six years.
Let alone put up with all the things ive ever wanted to do to my hair, or put up with all the times I would loiter in her shop. I first met her at Hair at the Village in Louisville, like, two blocks from my apartment at the time. And I swear, I am a crazy kid, i was 'hers ' in a way. Not the biological sense of course ,but I always had the privlage of being able to tell Cheryl all the things I couldn't and can't share with my own family. I considered and still do consider Cheryl more of a mother to me than my own.
-
She would let me loiter for hours and i would always bug the crap out of her about questions as she did my hair. All the time, she told me stories of her students back at her school, a silly thing about her puppers at the time, and always i hoped looked forward to seeing me as I did her. She gave me wigs, and a textbook, and of course a mild guilt trip tease or two over how hair still even was on my head. But she never ever once guilted me or made me feel weird or different for the 'ACTUAL weird things' I do.
-
How my scars healed and when i talked about voices i heard or how psychiatrists went or whatever issue i was having she never once judged me. The REAL stories she knows, among the few (One paid therapist and a gf) point is. I don't trust a lot of people, but I trusted her. I never once had to call to see her, and she always had a weird knack replying to my hair questions at 2 in the morning.
I'm pretty sure I'm over running this. I'm also pretty sure I've never done this. Not the type to, i cried for days after finding out. It was so bizzare I walked into the shop and someone else was in her spot.in the middle of my sobbing i was able to demand an item of hers. Even if I have an old student's textbook I needed something else. I love Cheryl so much, and this is still hard, i didn't lose a friend or a long time friend as far as Im concerned I lost an artificial mom.

Judith Brush

November 11, 2018

I arrived for my hair appointment and was told about Cheryl's passing. I am heartbroken. She was a wonderful stylist and a wonderful caring person who helped many through her work not only in the salon but through volunteering. My sympathy goes out to her family. So sorry for your loss.

Donna Hauswald

November 10, 2018

I was so sad to learn of Cheryl's passing when I called to schedule my hair appointment yesterday. My sincere condolences to Cheryl's husband, son and family for their loss.
I have known Cheryl for about 10 years, she first came into our lives when I needed to have my elderly Mom's hair washed & set (also known as an up do) when she was here visiting from Michigan. I called many local salons who had no idea what I was talking about, then, I found Cheryl at Hair at the Village. She knew exactly what I needed and was so kind to my Mom over the years when she visited us. My Mom loved talking to Cheryl originally from Canada (a neighbor of Michigan of course), and they had an instant connection. My husband and I also then became regular clients for many years. I will always think of Cheryl fondly and especially appreciate what she did for my Mom. It is ironic that my Mom just passed away on May 31st in Michigan and we had shared that news with Cheryl. I hope they will be able to connect in heaven and their conversations will continue on. Rest in peace Cheryl, you will be missed.

FROM THE FAMILY