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Cheryl Ann Sprenger

1944 - 2016 Obituary Condolences
Cheryl Ann Sprenger Obituary

Cheryl Ann Sprenger of Yuba City, California, died on Sunday, June 5, 2016 after a long struggle with kidney disease. She was 71 years old and born December 14, 1944 in Cleveland, Ohio. She grew up in Wisconsin during her childhood. On July 1, 1966, she married Daniel W. Sprenger, and together they had two children, Cherie (Brian) Spiess of Yuba City, and Daniel (Adrienne) Christian Sprenger of Rocklin. She was always joyful and proud of her four grandchildren, Brett (17) and Brooke (12) Spiess; Ashlyn (8) and Brynn (3) Sprenger.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Glen Nichols and Olga Malone, and brother, Chat Nichols. She has one sister, Sandy Leuty, residing in Wisconsin, and extended family; John and Lupe Sprenger, Diana Norton, Michael Oliver, Jr., Ramon Velonza and others residing out of state.

Together, Cheryl and Daniel along with her brother-in-law, John Sprenger, worked in the food service business for over 40 years, owning several Mr. Steak and Italian Cottage restaurants in Yuba City and the Bay Area. Many in the local community will always remember the smile and dedication Cheryl had serving and making others happy. Cheryl and Daniel will also be remembered for bringing to the Yuba-Sutter area the Muskrat (later becoming the Twin Cities Cougars) semi-pro football team in the early 80's.

Cheryl was a very strong fighter, who fought to her last breath to remain with her family. She tried to make her 50th wedding anniversary and missed by a few weeks. Cheryl will be sadly missed and will be in heaven, rejoicing with her Savior, Jesus Christ.

Arrangements are under the direction of Holycross Memorial Services. Funeral services will be privately held.

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Published in Appeal Democrat from June 9 to June 10, 2016
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