Cheryl S. Reeves Warren
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Asheville - Cheryl S. Reeves Warren, of Asheville, passed away Sunday, August 10, 2014 at CarePartners Solace Center in Asheville.
Cheryl was born July 4, 1948 in Port Huron Michigan. She moved to Buncombe County in 1952.
Cheryl was the daughter of William E. and Annie Mae (Nig) Stoll Reeves.
She was a graduate of Enka High School Class of '66, a graduate of Tennessee Temple Bible College with a degree in Elementary Education. She received her master's degree from Western Carolina University in School Administration.
Cheryl taught school in Buncombe County, Florida and Charleston S.C. She served as principal and teacher in Asheville City Schools. Her final tenure of 13 years was in Hickory City, Catawba County and Irdell County in Statesville, NC Schools.
All the students that she taught and mentored were "her children" and remained her children.
She is survived by her sister, Terry and her husband, Kenneth Cathey who cared for her since November 2013. She is also survived by a nephew, Kevin Cathey whom she loved dearly, and great nephews, Brandon, Ryan and Jerimiah (JJ) Cathey. Two great nieces, Nicola Shelton and Mary Grace Cathey. Several Aunts, Uncles and Cousins and very special friend Gary Waddell of S.F. California.
Special thanks to Nan, Melanie and Chaplain Karen from Hospice Home Care and the CarePartners Solace Center.
"She never stopped bringing laughter and joy to everyone she met."
Visitation and Memorial services will be held August 24, 2014 at Edgewood Baptist Church, 61 Moody Avenue, Candler NC. Visitation is from 2-4 PM and services will be held at 4:15 PM.
In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Asheville City Schools Foundation, P.O. Box 3196 Asheville, NC 28802 Attn: Kate Pett, a scholarship fund in Cheryl's honor for needy children of Asheville City Schools.
Condolences can be made to the family at www.ashevilleareaalternative.com
Asheville Area Alternative Fnl/Crem Service
702 Riverside Dr Asheville, NC 28801
Published in the Asheville Citizen-Times on Aug. 22, 2014