Cheryl Ann Street

Cheryl Ann Street

April 27, 1969 ‐ December 10, 2021
Cheryl Ann Street
Birthplace: Fairview Park,Ohio Resided In: South Amherst, Ohio Visitation: December 15, 2021 Service: December 16, 2021

Cheryl Ann Street (nee Glawe), age 52, passed away peacefully on December 10, 2021, surrounded by loved ones in her South Amherst home. She was devoted to her life as a loving wife, mother, sister, and friend.

Cheryl was born on April 27th, 1969 in Fairview Park, Ohio and grew up in Olmsted Falls, Ohio. She was baptized at age 4 by Pastor Victor Bohlmann and confirmed in 1989 at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Westlake, OH. She graduated from Olmsted Falls High School in 1987 and continued her education at Bowling Green State University to become an ASCP certified phlebotomist. She spent 25 years as a lab assistant in pathology and client services at the University Hospitals in Elyria, OH and taught phlebotomy at JVS. She was married to the love of her life, Donald O. Street, on May 13, 2000.

Cheryl was a colorful and versatile personality. She had a number of hobbies and lived life to the fullest. She took pride in teaching Sunday school, being a youth group assistant, reading at services, and occasionally assisting with choir services at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Amherst, OH. She spent many years scoring races at Meadowlarks Motocross in Amherst, held office with Competition Riders of America, and was a trustee with Beaver Creek Sportsman Club. Among her other interests, Cheryl enjoyed yard work, gardening her flower beds, fishing, mushroom hunting, and any other time spent in nature. She loved crafts and was skilled in sewing and embroidery. She enjoyed traveling and was always up for an adventure.

In Cheryl’s own words, her greatest legacy is her twin sons, Timothy Matthew and Nicholas Philip Street, whom she stated “are amazing young men that she could have no higher pride for.”

Cheryl is remembered by her husband, Donald Street; her children, Timothy and Nicholas Street; her mother, Kathleen Ann Gyor (nee Ross); her brother, Cameron (Rebecca) Glawe, and sisters Mary (Corey) Winks and April (Aaron) Haynam; numerous nieces and nephews, extended family, and beloved friends. She joins in heaven her father, Matthew “Poppy” Glawe, and mother-in-law, Dorothy Street (nee Pheiffer).

“Do not cry for me. I am in heaven with God. I am whole, healthy, and at great peace.” An excerpt from the diary of Cheryl Ann Street.

Funeral Services to be held Thursday December 16, 2021 at 10:30 am at Jenkins Funeral Chapel 2914 Dover Center Road Westlake.  Where Family and friends will gather from 2-4 & 6-8 pm Wednesday 

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Guest Comments

Jennifer Bonick ( Elliott)
Mayfield Heights, Ohio

I only found out today about you passing. My heart is broken but I can say I was so lucky to have been blessed with the friendship you and I shared. My world was always brighter with you in it. I will always cherish the find memories of our fun times while working in the ER together! Rest In Peace my sweet friend .

Jeffrey Rein
Amherst Ohio

Everytime I ever saw Cheryl, was at Don's Parents house she was full of life and energy, she will be deeply missed by everyone's life she came in contact with. Don carry on the those memories in your heart she will always be there watching over you and the boys. I am truly sorry for your loss.

Nathan & Suzy Schneider
Cincinnati, OH

Cheryl was an amazing person and an awesome cousin. I can only imagine the loss you are feeling, but you know the love she had for you and her faith in her heavenly home.

Enid Blasini

I will always remember the good times working at EMH lab with Cheryl. She had a great sense of humor and was kind and friendly to everyone she met. I will miss u. Prayers to your family, May you RIP.

Melva & Phil Simulcik
Lorain, Ohio

We’re very sorry to hear of Cheryl’s passing. Our deepest sympathy go out to all of her family.

Jack & Marilyn Green
Amherst, Ohio

Our thoughts and prayers to Don, Tim and Nick and the entire family. Cheryl left us with great memories. She is a guardian angel to many.

Debbie and Doug
Amherst, Ohio

Cheryl will be sadly missed in our family. We were so lucky to have her humor, strength and smile at all of our family gatherings. We were glad that she was in Don's life making beautiful memories. They both are so proud of the wonderful young men that Tim and Nick have become. It is because of all the love and nurturing from both of you and will be carried forth in both their hearts forever. Love you all. Rest peacefully Cheryl.

Timothy Karp

As a fellow member of Glawe gang, I always looked forward to seeing Cheryl and Don when we got together. I'll miss her smiling face and dynamic personality!

Patricia Demko
Berea, Ohio

We were good friends in elementary and middle school. I have such fond memories of us- sleepovers, playing french horn... mostly I remember laughing. Though are paths went separate ways you always held a place in my heart. Rest with the Angels beautiful soul. Prayers of comfort for all that are grieving.

(Aunt) Diane Hess
North Olmsted, Ohio

My heart hurts as I type this memorial for my niece Cheryl. Cheryl was a very special lady she could make anyone feel loved and accepted. Her laugh was contagious, and she just loved to make people laugh! She was such a great wife to Don and super mother to her two boys Tim and Nick! Her family was everything to her, and she showed that every day in such a loving way. Cheryl, I have comfort in knowing that heaven has received another angel, and you will always be in my heart! RIP Honey

Nancy Behrend
Caoe Coral, FL

When Cheryl moved to OF, we were in 3rd grade and became instant friends and favorite students of Mr. Schellentrager. Cheryl was my spunky and spirited friend, always a mischievous grin. She was so different and independent, traits not common for young girls in the 80's. I mean, she was a motocross chick! How cool is that? The last time I saw Cheryl was our 30th class reunion in 2017. Cheryl had jsut had a cervical spine surgery, but that didn't stop her from coming out to socialize and spread her joy with classmates. It's hard to believe this bright light is no longer with us here on earth, but I know she is Everywhere now. Shining her bright light on all of us. Rest in joy, Cheryl. Fly High!

Diane and Don Lamoreaux
Amherst, Ohio

Don, Tim and Nick,
You're Mom will be missed by many, but she is with our Lord and watching over all of us.
You are all in our prayers.

Jack and Joyce Trottier

Don, Nick and Tim,
So sorry, sympathy and prayers in this sad time.

Charlotte Furukawa
Broadview Hts

Such a fun and optimistic personality. I remember her very pregnant in her Aunt Debbie 's pool beaming and radiant waiting to become a Mom!

Tammy Stevens
Olmsted Twp

My dearest friend, my heart cries that you are somewhere else for now…but it rejoices that you are surrounded within the purest peace and most absolute love of Heaven & God. Your beautiful soul gave so much joy to all of us who were so blessed to know you. May our shared memories of your special moments with us heal our heavy hearts & bring us joy knowing how blessed we are to have had you in our lives. I’ll see you later…

Margo Nuce

Thoughts and prayers to the Glawe family and the rest of Cheryl’s family.

Tom & June Doll
Amherst, OH

The world is a lesser place without Cheryl's laugh, love and personality in it. We are all better people and blessed for having known her. We miss you and know that you are truly the Angel's Envy.