Cheryle wilhite
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WILHITE, Cheryle Y. Age 66 of Austin, Daughter of Willie and Doris Wilhite died December 28, 2020. Visitation 2-5 pm Monday, January 11, 2021, at Phillips Upshaw & Richards Mortuary 1410 E. 12 th St. Austin, TX. Homegoing Service at 12 PM, Tuesday January 12, at the St. John Tabernacle, 7501 Blessing Ave. Austin, TX. Livestream of Service available at 3 PM https://vimeo.com/497469657

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Published in Austin American-Statesman on Jan. 10, 2021.
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St. John Tabernacle
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January 18, 2021
Mr. and Mrs. Wilhite,
As kids growing up with Cheryl attending Ebenezer, we knew what a wonderful person she was, by knowing you.
We reflect the best parts of our parents, thanks to the Christian way they raised us.
KEEP THE FAITH, and take comfort in your memories as you grieve.
Dr. Jeffree, MD, Gwendolyn and Dennis James
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January 12, 2021
Doris and Willie,
Please accept my sincere sympathy on the passing of your daughter Cheryle. My prayers are with you and your family at this time. I know that you have many fond memories on which to reflect.
In sincere sympathy,
Rosemary Morrow
ARTA Immediate Past President
Rosemary Morrow
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January 12, 2021
Cheryle you will be missed, I enjoyed talking about the Longhorns and Dallas Cowboys. We attended a UT basketball game together. You and I had some very good n uplifting conversations. No more suffering, no more pain.
RIP, Cheryl Harden
Cheryl Harden
Coworker
January 9, 2021
Donnie and Mrs. Wilhite, I am so sorry to hear of Cheryle's passing. I am so privileged to have grown up with your family at Ebenezer. You are in my thoughts and prayers. With Love, Regina Temple Grimes
Regina Grimes
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