Cheryl Lynn Todd
October 13, 1968 -
March 17, 2015

Visitation

March 20, 2015
6 - 8 p.m.

Service 

Interment

Obituary

A Celebration of Life for Cheryl Lynn Todd, age 46 of Fayetteville, will be held Friday March 20, 2015 at Higgins Funeral Home from 6-8 p.m. Mrs. Todd passed away Tuesday March 17, 2015 at her residence. She was a native of Blytheville, AR and the daughter of Robert (Anne) Stone of Alabaster, AL and Neoma Barget (Marion) Conner of Bessemer, AL who survive. Mrs. Todd was a certified register nurse anesthetist with Lincoln Medical Center and a member of the Methodist Church. Survivors in addition to her parents include her husband James Edward Todd of Fayetteville, special son Matt Matthews and sister Wendy (Travis) Dates of Alabama.
A Celebration of Life will be held Sunday March 22, 2015 at Earnest United Methodist Church, 3417 Warrior River Road, Concord, AL at 5 p.m..
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital.
Higgins Funeral Home is assisting the family of Cheryl Lynn Todd.

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5 Comments

  1. Sandra Bevill

    Neoma, You continue to be in my thoughts as you go through the loss of your sweet, precious daughter. What a beautiful young woman she was–inside and out. I am praying for some comfort for you and your family.

    Reply
  2. DONNA RAYBON

    Dear Todd Family this how Cheryl was portrayed:
    C – Caring, Compassionate, Confident.
    H – Heavenly bound, & Honorable.
    E – Easy going & always positive, Empowered.
    R – Radiantly remembered forever.
    Y – Youthful & such a joy to work with.
    L – Lovely Lady who loved life.

    GOD chose the hour to pick HIS “SPECIAL FLOWER” to blossom in HIS awesome spring garden.
    Thank you for blessing my life.
    Love & miss you, until we meet again. D.R.

    Reply
  3. Bettie Gunter

    Dear James, this is such a surprise… I’m so sorry. I had no idea. Cheryl was so sweet and kind. I just can’t believe this. God bless you. I’ll keep you all in my prayers.

    Reply
  4. Kathy George

    ONE OF THE KINDEST PEOPLE AND TRUE LADIES I HAVE EVER HAD THE PLEASURE OF WORKING WITH. SHE WAS BEAUTIFUL IN EVERY WAY. I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER HER FONDLY.

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  5. jeff case, crna, ms

    It is with deep sadness and loss that i heard of Cheryl’s, death.
    I wish only that i had a chance to say to Cheryl , that i appreciated her hard work, her kind smile, her bright eyes, and her humor. She was always a pleasure to be around, and it was wonderful to see at the “board” on Saturday mornings at the Hospital, because you knew she had your back, and she would carry her weight, (and some of yours), during the day that was ahead, no matter how tough it might get.
    We have truly lost a great person, one of the “real” people.
    You will be missed, RIP. jc

    Reply

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5 Comments

  1. Sandra Bevill

    Neoma, You continue to be in my thoughts as you go through the loss of your sweet, precious daughter. What a beautiful young woman she was–inside and out. I am praying for some comfort for you and your family.

    Reply
  2. DONNA RAYBON

    Dear Todd Family this how Cheryl was portrayed:
    C – Caring, Compassionate, Confident.
    H – Heavenly bound, & Honorable.
    E – Easy going & always positive, Empowered.
    R – Radiantly remembered forever.
    Y – Youthful & such a joy to work with.
    L – Lovely Lady who loved life.

    GOD chose the hour to pick HIS “SPECIAL FLOWER” to blossom in HIS awesome spring garden.
    Thank you for blessing my life.
    Love & miss you, until we meet again. D.R.

    Reply
  3. Bettie Gunter

    Dear James, this is such a surprise… I’m so sorry. I had no idea. Cheryl was so sweet and kind. I just can’t believe this. God bless you. I’ll keep you all in my prayers.

    Reply
  4. Kathy George

    ONE OF THE KINDEST PEOPLE AND TRUE LADIES I HAVE EVER HAD THE PLEASURE OF WORKING WITH. SHE WAS BEAUTIFUL IN EVERY WAY. I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER HER FONDLY.

    Reply
  5. jeff case, crna, ms

    It is with deep sadness and loss that i heard of Cheryl’s, death.
    I wish only that i had a chance to say to Cheryl , that i appreciated her hard work, her kind smile, her bright eyes, and her humor. She was always a pleasure to be around, and it was wonderful to see at the “board” on Saturday mornings at the Hospital, because you knew she had your back, and she would carry her weight, (and some of yours), during the day that was ahead, no matter how tough it might get.
    We have truly lost a great person, one of the “real” people.
    You will be missed, RIP. jc

    Reply

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