Cheryl Eiring

    Cheryl Eiring of Scarville, IA, 70, died unexpectedly on Tuesday, August 22, at an Albert Lea, MN, medical facility. She was a Wilmot High School graduate.
    Memorial services will be Friday, August 30, at 1:30 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in Wilmot. The Reverend K.C. Smith will officiate. Friends may visit with family one hour before the service at the church.
    Cheryl was born on August 31, 1948, in Watertown to Russell and Mavis (Howell) Hicks. She graduated from Wilmot High School with the class of 1966.
    Cheryl married William  “Bill” M. Eiring on November 25, 1978, and they moved to California. Cheryl did clerical work for an office in Los Angeles. They moved to Colorado for a short time and then to Augusta, GA, where Bill worked as a district manager for convenience stores. Cheryl and Bill retired and operated a bar in Seymour, MO. Cheryl had recently moved to rural Scarville to be near her daughter Jennifer.
    Cheryl was an awesome seamstress, and enjoyed gardening and being surrounded by her feline companions. She was currently writing a book about growing up near Marvin.  Her heartstrings always pulled her back to the farm in South Dakota.
    Cheryl is survived by her daughter,  Jennifer (Gary)  Wasmund of Thompson, IA; her father; brothers and sisters: James (Debra) Hicks, of Wilmot, Teresa (David) Dashiell of Twin Brooks, Susan (Brian) Buttke of Corona, Michael (Michelle) of Wilmot and Patrick (LaDonna) Hicks of Twin Brooks; step-children: Doug and Beth Milbrath of Eden Prairie, MN, and Michelle Eiring of Bloomington, MN; aunt, Dorothy (Stan) Piechowski of Breckenridge, MN, and several brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews.
    She was preceded in death by her mother and husband.
    Condolences for the family may be sent to Cheryl Eiring Family, 14434 SD Hwy 123, Twin Brooks, SD 57269, or online at www.bonnerupfuneralservice.com.

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