Cheryl Blair Birdwell

Cheryl Ann Blair Birdwell, 63, of Axtell passed away on Sunday, November 11, 2012 at her residence. Private family services are planned; no public services will be held. Thoughts and memories may be shared in the online Guest Book at www.LakeShoreFuneralHome.com.

Cheryl Ann was born on January 25, 1949 in New Castle, Pennsylvania to James and Ruth Blair. She was a daycare teacher most of her working life and enjoyed teaching many children over the years.

She was preceded in death by her parents; and her niece, Megan.

She is survived by her husband, Robert Birdwell; son, Tommy Tanner and wife, Veronica of Victoria ; daughters, Teresa Tanner and Cindy Tanner, both of Waco; grandchildren, Terry Gilliam, Keleisha Fuller, Chris Harrison, and Aaliyah McCullen; great-granddaughter, Kiley Hampton; brothers, James Blair and wife, Stacey of Waco, and Tom Blair and wife, Cristy of McGregor; sister, Nancy Lincous of Bellmead; and many nieces and nephews.

She was loved by all.

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Condolence Messages

  1. To the Tanner kids,
    Your mom will be deeply missed. She was so much fun to be around. I remember when we were growing up how she always made us laugh. We had so much fun together. I am truly sorry for your loss. Love Yall.

    Burney Stead

  2. TO Tommy and his family

    I have stopped and said a prayer asking God to welcome Cheryl into heaven in eternal life with him.
    With Sympathy & condolences
    Cheryl Vicari (Wolseley Industrial Group)

  3. Debbie Oplie Bigham

    My deepest thoughts are with your entire family. Cheryl was quite the character. I liked her humor and she definetly wasn’t afraid to tell any one what she thought! She will be missed!
    Love,
    Debbie

  4. Tommy and family,
    All the associates at Wolseley Industrial Group send our prayers to you. May God bless you and give you peace in knowing that your mother is rejoicing with Him.

  5. Gene and Mary chapman

    When we were not spending time at our lake cabin next door to Cheryl and Bob, we knew Cheryl was watching the cabin just as she is watching over us and Bob now. She loved her cats, chickens, and Bob. Her upbeat personality will be missed. To know her was to love her.

    Gene and Mary Chapman

  6. Cheryl : You were my friend/sister/ next-door neighbor for 20 years. You & Bobby have been loving & helpful friends to me & (HONEY).It is shocking to know that you won’t be at my door to check on me. I won’t see Cowboy walk you around the yard. I was blessed to be a part of your life. To Bobby & family: Prayers & tears go to you during this time of grief. GOD’s new angel will be watching over us, just as she did on earth. Cheryl had so much love for all her family & was so proud of you.

  7. If roses grow in Heaven, Lord
    Please pick a bunch for me.
    Place them in my Nana’s arms
    And tell her they’re from me.

    Tell her I love her and miss her,
    And when she turns to smile,
    Place a kiss upon her cheek
    And hold her for a while.

    Because remembering her is easy,
    I do it everyday now,
    But there is an ache within my heart
    That will never go away."

    Love,
    your 1st grand baby Kee

  8. Lucy Faulkner & family

    To Cindy, Terry & LeLe & the entire family:
    My prayers are with all of y’all may god give y’all the strength to make it thru these next few days and all the following days ahead. I am so sorry for your lose stay strong hold on to each other

  9. Dear Bob,
    We are so sorry about Cheryl. Know that God will take care of you, if you will let Him. We are praying for God to comfort and strengthen you.
    Yours in Christ,
    Pam and Tamara

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