Cheryl Ann Miller, 71, of Adamsville, died Tuesday, July 2, 2019 at Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, surrounded by her family.
Cheryl was born on July 21, 1947 in Greenville, to Patricia and Donald Reinhart who preceded her in death. Cheryl graduated from Greenville High School in 1965 and continued her studies at the Sharon Business School.
She was a lifelong resident of the Greenville area. Cheryl had various employments outside of her home during her life, working at the Mercer County Courthouse, Gosser Gift and Office Supplies, Wilson’s Country Carpet, Reinhart’s Security Agency and for 5 years owned and operated with her husband (Larry) Pierce Florists of Linesville, PA. Cheryl also operated a home daycare for several years.
Cheryl was a gifted artist. Living in a right handed world she learned to interpret all the right handed directions to accommodate her left handed talents. So many of us are blessed to have her wall hangings, paintings, wood work designs and quilts adorn our homes. There wasn’t a more masterful knitter than Cheryl. Her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren benefited greatly from her uniquely beautiful knitted array of garments. She delighted in seeing pictures of babies in her stunning knitted newborn outfits.
Although not a huge fan of canning she was also a masterful canner of her annual supply of canned fruits and vegetables that were delicious. Cheryl’s baked goods particularly her apple pies were the envy of many. Cheryl loved family gatherings, time spent at camp, hours knitting, country rides looking for deer, Sundays watching television golf, minute by minute CNN news reports shared with her sister during their nightly phone calls and most importantly the unconditional joy and love given to her by her beloved dog Tiny and her sidekick Ginger. Cheryl’s greatest joy was her family. She loved them unconditionally with all her heart. They were her life and her world. Nothing made her happier than spending time with her husband, children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Cheryl is survived, greatly loved and will be sorely missed by her husband of 52 years Larry Miller, three sons Donald and wife Melinda, Doug and Darrin. Cheryl’s grandchildren Ashley, Erin, Natalie, Carlie, Hallie, Jenna and Abby Miller; great grandchildren Abel and Luna; sister Connie Reinhart, niece Gabby Acierno, husband Steve and and their son Enzio; cousin Janet and husband Dick Weygandt.
Per Cheryl's wishes, cremation was chosen and there will be no services. Memorial contributions may be made to Strayhaven Animal Shelter, 94 Donation Rd., Greenville, PA 16125. Arrangements have been entrusted to Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville.
Know that fond memories will ease you through this difficult time. Sending you our sympathy.
So sorry for your loss! I was one of the Robinson girls and we lived on High St back in the day. Cheryl was always our role model since she was the oldest (by one year over me…lol). We had a wonderful childhood and Cheryl has always held a special place in my heart.
Connie & the complete family, What an exceptionally beautiful lady Cheryl was. I always remember her quite well growing up on the West Side of town. Always a beautiful smile.
May the beautiful memories she share with you be etched into your hearts forever. Our Deepest Sympathies goes out to the complete family at this time of sadden.
Connie and family,
My deepest condolences to you at this difficult time. Loosing a sibling is one of the hardest things to go through.
My sympathy to all.
So sorry for your loss Connie, I would be devastated to lose my sister…sympathy and good memories to you and your family.
Our deepest sympathy goes to you and your family Connie. It is heartbreaking to lose a sibling, we both know, memories are so important, they help the healing process. God Bless everyone.
We felt so badly to hear of your sister’s recent passing. She was very talented with her knitting and we know this is a difficult time for your family. May sweet memories be with you from Janet, Greta, and Ella Michaelsen
Condolences and God’s speed to Larry, Connie and to all of Cheryl’s family on your loss of a very fine lady I had the pleasure of knowing since 7th grade at Penn Jr. High. Peace be with you all!
Our sincere sympathy to all of Cheryl’s family. She was truly an amazing person and we will miss her.
Connie and Family, So sorry for your loss. May the arms of God encircle your family with love and blessings.