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Cheryl Ann Tomchuk

Cheryl Ann Tomchuk rotated

November 3, 1963 – January 17, 2023 

After a difficult battle with cancer, Cheryl passed away at home on January 17th at the age of 59.

Cheryl was predeceased by her parents, Paul and Kay Tomchuk, her sister Marlene Block and her brother- in-law Ted Magnusson.

She is survived by her beloved sister Linda Tomchuk; her brother-in-law Wayne Block; and her only niece Kellsie (Braden Lozinski).

Cheryl will be deeply missed by many friends and family. The world is less without her beauty, kindness, love and wonderful smile.

Cheryl was born in Winnipeg and attended school at Victoria Albert, Robertson and Prince Charles. She worked at Versatech and Imaginability workshops.
Being the youngest of three girls, she learned how to negotiate with her parents and sisters at an early age. She had a spunky attitude along with a good sense of humor and a contagious laugh.

Cheryl loved socializing at family gatherings, having dinners at Doreen’s home, and always loved a party with lots of people. She had a real passion for all types of music and a remarkable singing voice. Cheryl loved going to concerts and Celebrations dinner theatre. She also enjoyed bowling, and connected to a church community that gave her joy. Anyone that knew Cheryl knew her favorite color was purple. Some of her travel experiences included a buddy cruise to the Bahamas and many trips to Camp Arnes.

Deep gratitude to the staff at the group home where Cheryl lived for 38 years. They cared for her with compassion and loved her.

A celebration of life is planned for a later date.

4 thoughts on “Cheryl Ann Tomchuk”

  1. Dear Linda,
    Cheryl will be missed by so many at the Church. She attended faithfully! We all enjoyed seeing her, sitting near her, and enjoyed her visits with us after Church, Pot Luck Dinners and at Rainbow Walk, Friendship Walk & Hope Center Ministries, Camps and Bible studies.
    I have known Cheryl for many years through my sister Nancy, who shared the Group home with her.
    Cheryl was always so happy, knew everyone’s name, and the names of family members too! Her memory was phenomenal!
    Your loss will be so encompassing, and you will miss her for a long time. Keeping you in my thought and prayers. Janie

  2. Paulette Hayden-Jones

    Cheryl will be deeply missed as she has touched the hearts many.
    Our thoughts and condolences go out to Linda and her family.

    David and Paulette

  3. Cheryl was such a thoughtful and caring person. She was also very insightful, which was recognized by those who knew her best. She will be sorely missed.
    Linda, my heart goes out to you. You have suffered too many losses in your life. I hope you will find comfort in knowing how much Cheryl not only loved you but liked you as well. I know your friends and family will be there to help you through this trying time.

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