Photo courtesy of Wilson-Little Funeral Home - Purcell

Charla Nicole Cheatwood

Apr 17, 1984 - Feb 26, 2015

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I knew Charla in Naples, Florida as she was best friends with my daughter, Colleen, when they were in middle school. She was such a sweet, tender-hearted and beautiful young lady. She sang me a song one year for my birthday. The song was by Alison Krauss 'When You Say Nothing at All'. I didn't know until today that she was gone. I've looked online for her over the past year and couldn't find anything. So sorry for your loss.

Rest in peace; you may be gone, but you're not forgotten.

So many of us know. And care. Even without 'knowing'.

Rest in love sweet soul.

My deepest sympathy for everyone who suffers this loss. Such a beautiful face. Though I didn't know her I have lost family. In no way is it ever easy. Sending my love.

Rest in love sweet angel.

I love you, sister.

Dear Nic, my heart breaks and aches for your company every day. Every day. As much as I know should accept this, even as I write these words, I just can't. I will always love you. Your soul will always walk with me. You are so very, very loved here. ¢¾

Nicole may your soul soar free. I am so grateful to have known you. Your inspiration, your smile, and your laugh will never be forgotten. I love you and will miss you. Kelly Shires

Nicole, this is hard. When I hear snow patrol, you are the one I hear. I miss our talks and laughs. I hope you're at peace. You helped me in ways you'll never know and I'm thankful for the time I had with you. Sleep well, my friend. I love ya. Sjf Sarah


Charla's Obituary

Charla "Nicole" Cheatwood, age 30 of Norman, passed away Thursday February 26, 2015. Nicole was born April 17, 1984 in Norman, OK. Her parents were Charles Clinton Cheatwood and Jessica Raylene (Howe) Cheatwood. Nicole was raised primarily in Purcell where she began school, later graduating from Lexington High School in 2002. Nicole worked as a proof reader for the Purcell Register and also as the bubbly waitress' that served so many at the Rusty Knot with that perfect smile on her face. Nicole was very creative and a gifted artist. She loved music and never let go of an opportunity to pen something, as she wrote much poetry. She was a kindred spirit who never knew a stranger. Her greatest joy in life was her daughter, Avery, who brought her much happiness. Nicole Cheatwood was a bright soul who showed loved and compassion to everyone she met putting others always above herself. She was preceded in death by: Her father, Clint Cheatwood, parental grandparents, JC and Edna Cheatwood.Maternal grandmother, Hazel Lewis and great grandmother, Bonnie Warren.Nicole leaves behind: Her daughter, Avery of the home, and Avery's father, Michael McWhirter. Her mother and Partner, Jessica Cheatwood and Diana Elliott of Norman; Her siblings, Jamie Cormany and husband Bryan of Lexington Amanda Cheatwood and husband Justin Damman of Noble Paul Cheatwood and wife Julie of Purcell Michael Cheatwood and wife Janet of Purcell Rebecca Mott and husband Daniel Mott Jr. of New York Angela Hines and husband Jessie of Paoli Jerimy Lam and wife Rachel of Tecumseh Many nieces and nephews who knew and loved her as Aunt Rah-Rah, and a host of other family and friends.Memorial services are scheduled for 2:00 P.M. Wednesday, March 4, 2015, at the Wilson-Little Funeral Home Chapel.

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