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Cheryl Ann (Johnson) Hutchings
October 21, 1955 ~ January 1, 2024 (age 68) 68 Years Old
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Cheryl was born on October 21, 1955, in Kilgore, Texas to the late Landry W. Johnson Sr. and Rosie Mae Johnson.
Cheryl was baptized in the Lord at an early age. She was a graduate of Kilgore High School in 1974 and continued her education at Kilgore College. Cheryl was a member of the Future Homemakers of America, Future Teachers of America, Cosmetology, and the Political Party Club.
Cheryl was employed with Good Shepherd Pediatrics for 41 years as the Unit Clerk where she served so many children and families. She was a faithful member of Lakeport Church of Christ where she also served on many committees.
Cheryl had an exceptionally beautiful and captivating voice and loved to sing. The love she had for her family was incredible and she would give her last to ensure that everyone was okay. Cheryl had a radiant and candid spirit. She was enriched by her faith, passionate in serving, and encouraged others to go after their dreams.
Cheryl preceded in death with her beloved husband Willie Byron Hutchings, Sr., sister Rose Johnson, and her two brothers/sister-in-law, Charles, and Vassie (Geneva).
Cheryl leaves to cherish her memory: Three devoted children, Felicia Marshall (Shon), Willie “J.R.” (Fannie), Reginald (Candice); siblings, Landry (Mattie) Johnson, Herman (Charlotte) Johnson; her grandchildren; great grandchild; a host of nieces, nephews, and cousins. She also leaves many devoted church members and friends to cherish her memories.