- 63 years old
- Date of birth: Jul 14, 1952
- Date of passing: Nov 8, 2015
|Let the memory of Cheryl be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Cheryl Mahony, 63, born on July 14, 1952 and passed away on November 8, 2015. We will remember her forever.
"For almost ten years, she was my best friend, neighbor and conscience. Life was never dull, often scary - like climbing up a rocky cliff, in the ran, after dark - but mostly fun. She was brilliant. I've missed her for a long time, and am glad she's at peace. I am so sorry for your loss."
"Unpredictable, irreverent and engaging, a powerful personality and yet often an enigma. Working with her was never dull; she set high standards and expected you to keep up. A fierce and unrelenting champion for her patients, Cheryl did not believe in compromise. Always the quickest person in the room with a witty comeback: the elevator trip with poles is one of my favorite memories EVER. Her softer side: daycare in the lab, complete with portacrib and johnny jump-up. A wealth of one-of-a-kind memories. You will be missed."
Even after brain injury, you were one bright girl. You were impossible to predict, incapable of being still and a delight whenever you appeared (always out of the blue). Some day some curious little girl is going to finish a lot of of what you started. Until then, we miss you, we loved you, we wish you a new world to bedevil. Joyce"
"Cheryl was a good colleague in medicine. She was a seriously committed doctor and dedicated to her patients, at all costs. She was brilliant, and thoughtful "out of the box", even when it was sometimes unpopular. She was funny (always) and a hard worker and great teacher. I am sorry for the family's loss, but Cheryl is in a happier place now."
"How many times did Cheryl stop Duke from taking a piece of my butt at the Terraza home!? She was my guardian. She was all I had for a big sister in those days, and boy was she a good one. She understood R and I enjoyed 'left of center' pranks and such, so now and then, she would set us straight and keep us out of trouble. We were mentored and loved by her, the greatest gift anyone can give to another. Love and keeping to the family. I'm so lucky to have had her in my life!
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