Cheryl was a wonderful bright woman who always made me laugh. The first time I met her she was bringing us tea towels as a welcome to the neighborhood gift. She and Tom fed and loved our son Danny as we fed and loved their son Stuart. We had a special bond when she called me 8 years ago because she knew I had had breast cancer the year before. She dragged me to yoga classes after her chemo. Cheryl was the ring leader, the one with the information, the glue in the neighborhood, the one with the practical act of kindness, the quilting tip and the Dutch Baby pancake recipe. She will be remembered in the way she touched us all. So sorry for your lose Tom, Hilary and Stuart.