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Memorial Service

Delta City Cemetery
Thursday April 13th, 2017
3:00pm

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Cheryl Alice Coate Michaud

Cheryl Alice Coate Michaud, 80, passed away Sunday, April 2, 2017 in West Valley, Utah.  She was born February 20, 1937 to Jessie Allen & Leah Allywen Tomkins Coate. 

Cheryl is survived by her children: Robert Crosby of Casper, WY; Helen Crosby of Delta, UT; Leah Crosby of Reno, NV; stepsons: Robert Michaud, Deland, FL; David Michaud of Georgia; Ronald Michaud of Cudjo, FL; Richard Michaud of Damascus, Maryland; Sibling: Joan Jellison of Bloomfield, CO; 10 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren; her great nephew Josh Coate she helped raise.  She is preceded in death by her siblings: Jarald Allen, Robert Lee Alfred Benjamin & Jean Marks.

Memorial Services will be held on Thursday, April 13, 2017 at 3:00 PM in the Sutherland Ward Chapel (2501 N 3000 W, Delta, UT).  In Lieu of flowers please make a donation to American Cancer Society.  Online condolences can be offered at www.olpinstevensfuneralhome.com


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Cheryl was a year ahead of me in high school. Although we weren't close friends, I remember her as a fun-loving "upper-classman." We have established a scholarship fund in memory of two of our high school teachers. I feel certain that several memorials will be sent in for Cheryl, and I would appreciate receiving the mailing address or e-mail of the person who will be responsible for acknowledgements. With sincere sympathy,
Judy Cole, 4001 Bell Ave, Apt 361, Billings MT 59106.

Judy Cole Apr 15 2017 12:00 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Cheryl Michaud

Jill Brown Apr 12 2017 12:00 AM

My heart is broken at the passing of this sweet sweet lady, so full of fun and life. She is now free of the affliction that took her life. The world, and myself, was richer, for having known her.

Jill Brown Apr 12 2017 12:00 AM