Cheryl Ann Rera


Cheryl was naturally curious and creative. Her business career started as a beautician then she went on to own a flower shop, the Flower Bazaar in Philadelphia. Later she became an EMT which led to becoming an Ultrasound Technician. Not contend, Cheryl took advanced courses and became competent in all aspects of ultrasound procedures. Eventually her expertise opened to a position selling medical equipment to many cardiac offices with a national company. On the home front she displayed her green thumb with a manicured lawn and an artistically designed landscaped garden.
You may have met Cheryl when she walked her dog companion , Kita, in Swedesboro and Woolwich.
Her survivors include her mother Janet Tomlin, her best friend of 25 years, Mary Keenan, brothers: Leonard and Nicholas, sisters: Denise, Christina and Melissa and nieces Ashley and Shannon.
Cheryl died suddenly at home on May 6 and a celebration of her 56 years will be held Friday, from 1 to 3 PM at Daley Life Celebration Studio, Swedesboro, NJ with a Service there at 3PM.

5 thoughts on “Cheryl Ann Rera

  1. Elizabeth Mosca

    Chris and I are so sad about Cheryl. We are praying she is at peace and have faith that she is happy and in a better place. I first met Cheryl through Mary a few years ago and immediately felt as if she was a long time friend. I feel blessed to have know her and I will always remember how sweet she was and her beautiful smile. Cheryl and her family and friends are in our thoughts and prayers. Love and condolences from Chris and Liz Mosca

  2. Sharon Johnson

    Cheryl was a beautiful person, inside and out. I met her for the first time several years ago through our friend, Mary. I’ll never forget the day we all went fishing down the Florida Keys. Cheryl loved being out on the water; she said it was so peaceful and relaxing. I think she smiled the whole day we were out there. May Cheryl now find eternal peace and contentment.

  3. Marilia

    To Cheryl’s family, friends, and loved ones: you are in my thoughts and prayers for the loss of a truly wonderful person. I met Cheryl through Mary and she will be in my memories as a loving, funny, caring person whom you could share your deepest thoughts, secrets, and life experiences within a minute of knowing her. I also wanted to share this quote I read “Those we hold closest to our hearts never truly leave us. They live on in the kindness they have shared and the love they brought into our lives.” May Cheryl be at peace. Deepest sympathies from Marilia.

  4. Chris Pedersen

    Terry and I are having a mass said for Cheryl, whom we met throungh Mary. May she have peace in the next life.

    Our Deepest sympathy to her family and friends.
    Chris And Terry

  5. Christian Pedersen

    My deepest condolences to Cheryl’s friends and family. I am sorry for the void that she leaves in the hearts of famiy and friends and trust that she will dance in resurrection of faith.

    Christian Pedersen

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