Cheryl Kay Dargitz

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Cheryl Kay Dargitz

Cheryl Kay Dargitz, beloved mother, sister, aunt and grandma, was called to heaven February 25, 2011 following a brief illness. Family and friends were at her bedside. Cheryl was born April 18, 1949 in Everett, WA. She grew up in Marysville, WA. After graduation from high school in 1967 she married Steven Dargitz and they raised their family in Marysville. Cheryl was employed by the Marysville School District and spent the last 30 years driving school bus. It was a career that she excelled in and truly loved. In her free time she enjoyed road trips with family and friends, fishing, scrapbooking, summer breaks relaxing in her lawn chair in the river, and she had a special fondness for the casino slot machines.
She was a friend to all and was loved by so many. Her kind genuine spirit and big smile was always present. Her phone calls were always ended with, "I love you."
Cheryl is survived by her daughter, Brenda; son, Duane (Cassandra); sister, Linda; brother, George (Charlene); niece; nephew; ten grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Steve; and parents, Don and Marie Blair. She also leaves many special lifelong friends, you know who you are.
Cheryl will always be on our minds and forever in our hearts. She will be truly missed by all. Gone but never forgotten. We love you Cher.
A celebration of Cheryl's life will be held from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., Sunday, March 6 at Marysville Art & Technology HS, 7204 27th Avenue NE.



Published in The Herald (Everett) from Mar. 3 to Mar. 4, 2011
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