Cherie Wallace

Born in Cedar Rapids, IA
Born on Dec 2, 1942
Departed on May 19, 2024

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Bret, The world lost another very special person. What your mother met to Dwight and me can't be put into words. We will miss seeing her, hearing her laugh and catching up on her life. Our thoughts are with you and your family. Dwight & Amy (Pantini) Hubbard

Brett and Doug, I am so Very Sorry for the loss of your Mom and sister. Cherie and I had many escapades together in high school, as we lived on 33rd and 34th Street. Lots of memories, especially in the Wash Band and at the Y. We were in each other’s weddings and got together water skiing in Delhi at the cabin and soon our babies followed. We reconnected after I moved back to IA and we attended her and Glenn's wedding celebration. We had some fun times with Your Mom and Glenn ay Zio’s. She was always smiling. May your Memories give you comfort. We will be out of state so will be unable to attend. We will be thinking of you all.God Bless❣️ Barb and Ed Ohl

Brett, Debra and myself have you in our thoughts. We are at the summer place on the lake and had coffee thinking of Glenn and Cherie. Peaceful and very serene while we shared memories of the goodness they possessed. The most important thing was the time they shared together. The world needs more people that have what they shared. God bless. Dale and Debra

Brett, we’re so sorry for the loss of your mom Cheri, it’s hard to believe that she went so fast after Glenn she’s rested in peace now and she’s in a better place than you and I can think of she will be missed at bingo and the activities I picked her up for at the new home that she was in she will be missed Jackie Tyne

Brett, I'm so sorry to learn of the passing of your mom. I remember the many times when we were children growing up in the Kenwood Park neighborhood and the fun we had. I'm also grateful for the connection through our church as children and continuing through the many years. May you find peace knowing she is at at peace. Linda Andersen