April 13, 1957 ~ January 30, 2020

Born in: Rochester, MN
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Cheryl Ann Reid, 62, passed away unexpectedly on Jan. 30, 2020. Survived by husband, Larry Reid; children, Shawn (Azalia) Reid and Nicole Reid; granddaughter, Naiyah Reid; mother, Dorothy Ewer; brother, Michael Ewer; and nephews, Caleb Funkhouser and Cody Ewer. Preceded in death by father, Bill Ewer; and sister, Deb Funkhouser. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Feb. 5, 2020, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Pueblo Community Soup Kitchen, 422 W 7th St, Pueblo, CO 81003 or at http://pueblosoupkitchen.org/Donations/ Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com

 

Services

Memorial Service: February 5, 2020 11:00 am

Montgomery & Steward Funeral Chapel
1317 N. Main Street
Pueblo, CO 81003

719-542-1552
http://www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. I am greatly saddened to hear of Cheryl’s passing. Cheryl has always been one of my favorite people. All of you are in my thoughts and prayers.

  2. Larry,
    Willie and I sincerely express our condolences during this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I know your strong faith and having Nicole and Shawn around you will be a comfort to you. Cheryl was such a wonderful person, mother, wife and such an inspiration with the work she did with substance abuse.

    Willie and Cathy Slack

  3. The Reid family, I hope you know how much Cheryl was respected and loved in her career. I have known and worked with Cheryl for about 10 years and she was the best of the best! She was so kind, generous and passionate about her work. And always persistent. Pueblo was so lucky to have her committed to the health and wellness of children, youth and families in this community. So many benefited from her work and will continue to benefit for many years from the work she has put in place. She talked at length about her own wonderful family too and I know how much she was looking forward to retirement to spend with you all, especially her sweet granddaughter (who she always gushed about). My heart breaks that Naiyah will not get to spend more time with her amazing grandmother. If there is anything that we (those of us that worked with her) can do – please don’t hesitate to reach out.

  4. Larry and family, you have our deepest sympathy. We were so shocked by the news. We will be there whenever you need us.

  5. Our sincere condolences to the Reid family. Your are in our thoughts and prayers. A donation has been made in honor of Cheryl to the Pueblo Soup Kitchen.

  6. CandleImageI know the family has faith in the Lord that will carry you all through this loss. The comfort is knowing she is with the Lord and reached her final destination. The journey continues with her watching over you all, and that is a blessing you will soon come to realize. May Cheryl rest in God’s eternal light. God Bless

  7. CandleImageFrom all of us at the Latino Chamber, we extended our sincere sympathies to the family! Cheryl was a true leader in our community, one who fought for our youth and always wanted the very best for those around her. She will surely be missed. Our prayers are with you all!

  8. Cheryl was such a huge support for my mother and our family and helping my mothers dream of starting FIre for the Nations Counseling Center. Cheryl was a God send and highly respected throughout our community. Our condolences to Larry, Shawn(family) and Nikki. You are in our prayers.

  9. Larry, Shawn, and Nikki,
    Please know your wife and mother holds a special place in my heart. She was my mother’s pillar of strength, her right hand not only at Crossroads, but her guiding light and confidant at Fire for the Nations. My heart breaks for your sudden loss and the pain and emptiness you all will navigate through moving forward. Their ministry and testimony (Yvonne and Cheryl) have made an impact on so many lives, but most impactful has been in the lives of their own families. May God’s peace surround you and His love fill your hearts.
    Sincerely,
    Yolanda and Isaac Ortega

  10. CandleImageTo the Reid Family,
    Cheryl was such an inspiring, passionate, generous and caring woman. I worked with her over the last 3.5 years at grantee meetings. She was always smiling, crocheting something new, and so excited about all the great things happening for her children. She was truly and inspiration and she will be greatly missed. My thoughts are with your family during this difficult time

  11. CandleImageWe are truly sorry to hear of Cheryl’s passing. She was a true champion for the wellness of youth and families and we admired her passion for her work. We had the honor of working with her in a variety of ways over the past 10 years and will miss her dearly. To Cheryl’s family, please accept our warmest condolences. We are sending thoughts of peace and courage.

  12. We are all very shocked and saddened by Cheryl’s sudden passing. She was such an inspiration and light of hope in our community. Cheryl’s legacy will live on, but she will all be missed dearly. We are so sorry for your loss, and we send healing thoughts to all of her family and friends during this very difficult time.

  13. You will be greatly missed. Sending love and warm thoughts to your family and loved ones.
    -NeighborWorks Southern Colorado

  14. What a great loss for Pueblo and the community. May God surround the family with His peace that only He can give. God Bless.

  15. I offer prayers and my condolences to the Reid family. The strength of your faith and the love of family will help you through this time of loss. God bless Cheryl and God bless her family.

  16. CandleImageI had the pleasure working with Cheryl on a Youth Substance Use Prevention project called SPF. Cheryl was cherished by all who knew her. She had such passion to serve her community—Pueblo, and Colorado as a whole, have benefitted from her many contributions. She LIT UP with joy and pride when talking with her family—she was so proud of her kids and grandbaby. I know her memories and legacy will carry on through all who knew her. Sending condolences to her family.

  17. My deepest condolences to the Reid family. Cheryl was kind and passionate about the youth in Pueblo we serve. I will miss her emails. Please know that she will be missed.

  18. Sincere condolences to Cheryl’s Family and Friends. My contact with Cheryl was not extensive, but it was a wonderful experience.

  19. CandleImageI am very sorry to hear of Cheryl’s passing. I worked with her for many years. She was dedicated and devoted in assisting others to lead a better life. She was a friend that will be missed. God Bless,
    Dave

  20. CandleImageLarry and family,
    I just heard the news and my heart is heavy for all of you. I know too many years have passed between us but stand strong in that you remain close to my heart. We love you all.

  21. Love you Cheryl…love never changes…no matter the time! You are in a very special place! Blessings to your very special family!

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