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Cheryl A. Hollinger

Powell, Ohio

Jul 5, 1956 – Jun 17, 2017 (Age 60)

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Hollinger Cheryl A. Hollinger, age 60, of Powell, Ohio, passed away from injuries sustained in an accident on June 17, 2017. She was born in Boardman, Ohio on July 5, 1956 to Alfred and Elizabeth (DeSantis) Sferra. Cheryl was a 1974 graduate of Boardman High School, a graduate of Southwest...

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Dear Hollinger Family. How shocking to me as I arrived at the election site this evening to hear of Cherly's death. What a beautiful person I found her to be on the outside and most of all on the inside. I pray that your memories of joy will help sustain you. It will not be the same tomorrow without her. We worked side by side for several years.

Dear Paul: So sorry to hear of the loss of Cheryl. You are in our prayers.

Dave and Karen Green...Midvale, Ohio

Deepest Sympathy to Paul and the family.

Praying for Holly, Amy , Eric & Paul...I can't express what I felt when I heard the devastating news so I know you all are feeling that times infinity....I will never forget her she and I will keep you all in prayer....heaven has gained a beautiful angel!

I am sorry for your loss. May the God of comfort be with you during your time of mourning. Isaiah 61:1,2 ; Matthew 5:4

Our thoughts and prayers go out to you.

To Paul and Family!
I am so saddened to hear of Cheryl's untimely death. She was certainly a pleasure to work with and will be truly missed. My thoughts a prayers are with you and family. God Bless!
Marsha Jones-Terrell

May the Lord of peace himself give you peace at all times and in every way. I was saddened to recently learn of Cheryl's passing. When Cheryl joined the Office of Medicaid her beautiful smile, bright personality, kind heart and fun spirit bought sunshine to the office. She was a wonderful woman and a joy to work with.

Sending prayers and my deepest sympathy to Cheryl's family and friends. I met Cheryl when I worked for ODJFS Medicaid and also had the pleasure to work with Cal Lo when I worked at BWC! She loved her family, her full LIFE and she had that contagious SMILE that just made you smile with her! So to hear of her passing was shocking and sad. Cheryl was a "light" and a joy to so many who knew her and she will be sorely missed by all. RIP Cheryl.