Cheryl-Ellison-Obituary

Cheryl C. Ellison

Cary, Illinois

Nov 28, 1944 – Feb 6, 2018 (Age 73)

Obituaries

Send Flowers

Cheryl C. EllisonBorn: November 28, 1944Died: February 6, 2018Cheryl C. Ellison, 73, of Cary, died peacefully at her home on February 6, 2018.Per her request no services are planned at this time.Cheryl was born November 28, 1944 the daughter of Robert and Cynthia Pfaff. She worked as a flight...

Read More

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?

I will remember always laughing with on our trips. You sweet Cherie, you will be missed.

I always had so much fun flying with you. You will be missed. Love you. Deb Selman.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Surely I was one of many in Cheryl's lifetime to receive some of her beautiful smiles, mine received at church around 1960 in Rochester. Those smiles are gifts left to remain in the memory of many.

Our sincere condolences to Ellison family in the loss of your dear love one. Our prayers are as yours, that God provide his care and comfort you each day. - Ps 145:18,19

Cherie was such a wonderful person, and always so much fun to fly with. Everyone loved your mom. She's flying with the angels now. Those of us without wings yet will sorely miss her and when we think of her, it will be with a smile.

I really thought highly of your mother. When I was based in Chicago I worked with her quite a bit and always enjoyed her. Thinking of your whole family, Susan DeShetler

I want to share with you how much we all loved your mother! The trips I flew with her over the many years we were together at United were times of sheer joy and hysterical laughter....and we called that work! With your mother's sense of humor.... it's amazing we didn't get into more trouble then we did. She always made flying and life fun......
I know at this time your hearts are very heavy with the loss of someone as special as your Mom but know her unconditional love and joy she had...

Your mother was such a joy to be around, she took me under her wings; when we flew our Vegas turns. And she adored all of you!
I will always remember her spirit & twinkle in her eyes!
May God bless you and your family

Courtney - I am shocked and at a loss for words. I'm truly sorry and will be thinking of you, your sister, and the kids. May she Rest In Peace.