- 45 years old
- Date of birth: Jan 16, 1967
- Place of birth:
Woonsocket, Rhode Island, United States
- Date of passing: Sep 8, 2012
- Place of passing:
Fall River, Massachusetts, United States
|Cheryl..."The angel on our shoulder." She is with us through joy, she is with us through sorrow. She will be watching down on all our tomorrows.|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our beloved daughter, mother, wife, sister, aunt, godmother, and friend. Cheryl (Chausse) Botelho will forever be in our hearts.
"Missing my older sister like crazy!! Dam I wish I could talk to you without talking to the stars!!
Hugs and kisses. Younger sis Tammy"
"Cheryl ,today makes 4 yrs since you went to heaven,there is not a day that goes by that we don't miss you.You were my 1st born& brought such joy!I hide my tears from the world,but it"s still so hard some days.I would giveanything to just hold you once more,but i will have to wait .until God calls me .untill then i'm sending all my love & kisses to you in heaven"
"Cheryl, thinking of you today on your birthday. It's been so long since our long conversations. God Bless"
"Happy Birthday to my daughter Cheryl.it's been almost 4yrs since you went to heaven.Not a moment or day goes by that you are in my thoughts.Missing you doesn't seem to get any easier as the yrs go by.Waiting for the time when we can be together again.love & hugs mom & Dad"
"I would just like to express my sympathy to the entire Chausse family. I just came across information about Cheryl's passing, and thinking of her brought back so many childhood memories. My maiden name was Gillooley, and my grandparents (the Fontaines), lived in the house next to Cheryl on 6th Ave in Woonsocket. I spent the better part of my childhood playing with Cheryl, Tammy, and little Wendy. I remember sitting on the couch watching tv in the basement, swimming in the pool, and spending endless hours in the playroom (off the kitchen, at the bottom of the stairs). I remember Rita and Joe always being there, and Cindy and Paul welcoming me and sometimes, my younger sister, Loren, into their home...I played games there, ate meals, went to amusement parks with the family, and even remember visiting a cousin in Connecticut (I think) with them. Cheryl will always be a part of my childhood, and I am very sorry to hear that she passed away. My best to the family...thank you for being such an integral part of my childhood."
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