A Memorial Service for Cheryl Wedel, 67, Cordell resident and Cordell City Councilwoman will be held 10:00 A.M., Friday, June 11, 2021 in the Bible Mennonite Brethren Church in Cordell, OK, officiated by Kevin Creed and Randy Meacham. Services are under the direction of the Kiesau-Lee Funeral Home.
Cheryl Lynn Wedel was born May 19, 1953 to Charles Eugene and Arlene DeLyla (Pearson) Foster in Denver, CO and passed away Friday, June 4, 2021, in the Mercy Hospital in Oklahoma City, OK.
She was raised in Denver, CO and attended Brown Elementary, Lake Junior High School and she graduated in 1971 from North High School. She continued her education at the University of Denver and received her Paralegal Degree. She married David Wedel on December 11, 1993 in Denver, CO.
They made their home in Denver and moved to Oklahoma in 1999. She worked for the Stephen Beam Law Firm in Weatherford until 1999 and for the past 20 years she was a paralegal for the Randy Meacham Law Firm in Clinton.
She was a faithful member of the Bible Mennonite Brethren Church; she and her husband served as youth directors; she helped with Vacation Bible School; she assisted with the Drama’s that were presented during Vacation Bible School; she served on the church worship team; she sang in the church choir and occasionally helped with the men’s quartet; she taught a Sunday school class and would help where ever needed.
Her hobbies were music and she loved to sing. Her passion was spending time with her grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents and brother-in-law, Tom Marr.
She was a devoted wife and mother to, husband, Dave and daughter, Tamara Sperle and husband Guy, both of Cordell and a son, Damion Cope and wife, Amanda, Denver, CO; stepchildren, Todd Wedel and wife, Dione, Denver, CO, Troy Wedel and wife, Mona, Conifer, CO and Holly Wedel, Conifer, CO; three sisters, Debbie Marr, Linda Foster, CO and Diane Lehman, and husband, Omar, all of Denver, CO.
She is also survived by 10 grandchildren.
The family has suggested those wanting to give a memorial contribution may do so to the Corn Bible Academy.