Cheryle Haroldson was born January 15, 1947, in Davidson, SK, to Kenneth & Fern Webber. She passed away peacefully, with family by her side, on March 23, 2023, at the Swift Current Regional Hospital.
Predeceased by her parents, Kenneth & Fern Webber, sister Marcia Wetherill, and nephew David Wetherill.
- husband, Doug
- daughters, Melody (Greg), Arlene (Cory), Denise (Mark)
- grandchildren, Daylynn Drever (Teagan), Tyler Knodel, Ashley Arendt (Clay), Derrick & Danica Arendt, Branden & Brianna Oevering
- great granddaughter, Sienna Knodel
- her siblings, Maureen Steinbru (Victor), Lorrie Webber (Janine), Kevin Webber (Pam)
- several nieces & nephews
She married Doug Haroldson February 11, 1967 in the United Church at Davidson, SK. They resided at Macorie, Elbow, Saskatoon, and Carrot River before settling in Maple Creek in 1972.
Their first daughter, Melody, was born June 13, 1967. The second daughter, Arlene, was born January 31, 1969. The third daughter, Denise, was born May 4, 1973.
She was an active member of the Rebekah Lodge and the Order of Eastern Star for several years. In previous years, she was involved in some aspects of the United Church. She assisted Denise, as Grand Bethel Honored Queen of SK during her term.
In recent years, she has provided companionship and travel for other seniors.
She was actively involved in her families' lives, such as her husband's involvement in the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation, the Superannuated Teachers of SK, and the Royal Arch Masonry; her daughters' interests such as crafting, excursions, camping and shopping. She was proud of her 7 grandchildren and 1 great granddaughter. She attended many of their activities including hockey, dance, figure skating, drama, concerts, curling, basketball, graduations, convocation and encouraged their artistic talents.
She graciously welcomed three son-in-laws, Greg Knodel, Cory Arendt, and Mark Oevering. Also two grandson-in-laws, Teagan Drever and Clay Fluker.
Some of her personal interests included: playing cards, board games, crafting, diamond dotting, puzzles, shopping, collecting tea cups and spending time with family.
Cheryle's celebration of life will be held at the Maple Creek United Church on March 31, 2023 at 2:00 p.m.
The family would appreciate, in lieu of flowers, if you wish, donations can be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation or the Canadian Diabetes Association.
She's gone now, her struggles over
But yours will just begin.
To live each day without her,
The prospect must look grim.
But Cheryle (wife, mom, grandma, great grandma & sister) will live on with you
Although in a different way.
She'll live in all the memories
You shared with her each day.
She'll live on in all the joys and sorrows,
Of which she was a part;
She'll live on in all the special moments
As you hold her in your heart!
So whenever you're feeling lonely,
Or time seems long on your hands,
Just take out some of those memories
And she will be close at hand.
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