Cheryl J. (Barber) Moore

1948 ∼ 2021

Mary Vallancourt of Bridgewater Ma wrote:

Goodbye my friend. Hope you are at peace.

Ann Cassidy of Stuart,Fl wrote:

Fellow Mater Dei alumni ... Rest In Peace, my friend

Margaret Palm of Brockton Mass wrote:

My deepest sympathy to Cheryl's Family. Cheryl was a long time neighbor and friend growing up on the East Side of Brockton. We also attended Mater Dei Academy together she used to help me with Geometry

Jeanette (zibutis) Irgang of Wilmington, DE wrote:

Cheryl, You were a great math student. I could never do as much with a problem to solve as you could were so very missed at our reunion in 2016 and now you will be missed so very much more.... With prayers and Love, Shalom, Jeanette

Vicki Renfro of Leander TX wrote:

Cheryl and I shared a love of reading and travel. As I read a novel that she would be reading now too, I think of fond moments chatting with her. Praying for my friend, Derek, and his family during this difficult time. “Bonnie” will be truly missed!

Michael & Patricia Dornan Herbert of East Bridgewater, Ma. 02333 wrote:

May Cheryl rest in peace - a wonderful member of the class of 1966 at Mater Dei Academy- I will remember our 4 years together --God Bless her family. Sincerely, Patricia Dornan Herbert Michael Herbert.

Annette Bailey of Middleborough, MA wrote:

May Cheryl Rest In Peace. She will forever be in our hearts, thoughts and prayers. She will be missed. Annette, Ami and Don Bailey

Dianne Nickerson of Brockton wrote:

I enjoyed working with Cheryl at the library. One time, we were working at the circulation desk and a man walked in. He said he felt comfortable approaching us because we were friendly and the same height. Rest in Peace Cheryl and say "hi" to Shirley for me. Deepest sympathy to her family and friends.

Gina Benyue of East Bridgewater, MA wrote:

I highly respected and admired Cheryl’s intellect, knowledge, cognition, awareness and independence. Her love for her grandchildren couldn’t be outdone. Realizing I’ll never again see her with a book in her hands is a tough thought to grasp. I wish I had a chance to say goodbye. I will miss her very much.

Lorraine Bell of Brockton, MA wrote:

May your Mom/Grammie rest in sweet peace with Jesus. So sorry to hear about her passing. Cheryl was my co-worker and friend for many years. May God Bless your family and may you find peace with your many wonderful memories.