Cherie B Paquette

April 27, 1979 - January 19, 2013
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Cherie B. Paquette, 33, of Edgewood, MD, passed away unexpectedly January 19, 2013. Born in Waldorf, MD on April 27, 1979, Cherie was the daughter of Bob and Michelle Paquette. She was a homemaker. In addition to her parents, Cherie is survived by her husband of 8 years, Charles A. Cox of Edgewood; two daughters,Continue Reading

Gigi Paquette left a message on February 1, 2013:
Cherie, It is hard to put into words, how much you mean to me. My world is upside down without you. I can't believe you left us all so sudden. I wish there was more time. My heart aches for you. The world will be a very lonely place without you here. I wish to see your face once more, hear your voice. I love you so much. I will keep the memories that we have shared forever. I will see you in my dreams. When I lay my head down at night, please visit me Cherie. You will always be in my heart. We are all so lost without you. Mom and dad, guy and I. You're wonderful family of Charles ,Chastin, CJ and Maddie. We will all miss you so much. My beautiful sister Cherie. My angel!
Angie Marion left a message on January 25, 2013:
I'm leaving a memory, because I did not leave a memory before, I only left condolences. I remember all of the fun times we used to have. I remember being homeless as a teen, and you snuck me into your house - into that hot back room! It went on for awhile, and when your dad found out, I became part of the family! We shared lots of memories together, including pregnancies, heartache, fun, love, and pain. You were my best friend, then you became my sister when I was with your brother. When he and I separated, it was rough not to be around my new family, but I had to make a life for my children, and I was given the ability to do so! I missed alot after that, but it doesn't take away the love that I have for you or the rest of the family. Keep a spot for us - See you soon! Oh, and look for my Mom - I'm sure you two would get along great! ;-)
charles cox left a message on January 24, 2013:
Cherie I want you know that today was one of the hardest things I ever to do in my life I still cant believe that this has happened. You gave me three of the greatest gifts that no one else will ever even come close to them being our three kids chastin, cj, and madison. Cherie for that I will be forever greatful. You will be truly missed and we will always love you. I will always tell the kids how much you love them and we will never forget you. Love you
Carol Garrison left a message on January 24, 2013:
I remember that Cherie was very thoughtful. When my mother-in-law had to go to a nursing home, she would visit often with her beautiful daughter, Chastin, who was three or four years old at the time. This was very comforting to our family, and my mother-in-law enjoyed the visits. Cherie used to invite my husband and me to cook-outs at her house, as well as our daughter Debbie, with whom she had been friends since childhood. I recall holding her little boy when he was just a few months old. We were saddened to hear of her passing, and wish to extend our condolences and prayers to her husband, children, siblings, parents, as well as her other family members and friends.
Chastin Bi'Nai Kotapski left a message on January 24, 2013:
Mommy, I love you & I miss you so much. It's hard knowing that I won't be able to see your beautiful face anymore, to listen to your voice, to hold you in my arms. I dream of you and can't wait until we can be reunited and until then you'll always be in my mind and heart every moment of every day. I'm going to make you proud I promise. Until then mama, fly high <3
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Matthew left a message on January 23, 2013:
You will be missed dearly by many. Rest peacefully.
Maria Augustyniak left a message on January 23, 2013:
Cherie, I know your in heaven with the angels. I remember you as a child, you were so sweet. I know your children will make you proud. Please enjoy Gods kingdom you deserve it! Love, Your Cousin Maria
Debbie Frasca left a message on January 23, 2013:
I have so many memories of Cherie.... I remember Cherie always making friends everywhere she went, being kind of shy I would always ride her coat tails to meet new people. She was never afraid to talk to anyone, anywhere. She had the ability to see the good in all people and accept people the way they were. If she loved you, she would fight for you in any situation. She truly loved unconditionally.I have never seen someone with the struggles she faced so brave. She always overcame. I remember being told by my parents that Cherie could not spend the night and sneaking her in anyway and getting caught, but my parents were never mad about here being there. They were more upset about having to get her back home. I remember going on my first camping trip with Cherie and her family playing basketball all weekend and swimming.. we all had so much fun. I remember meeting Chastin (her oldest daughter) for the first time and being in awe of her god given effortless ability to be a young mother. She looked so content holding her. I will miss all the game nights over her house with Charles. Cherie would make dinner and we would play some hilarious games of Pictionary. I remember seeing her son CJ being born. Once again, so natural and effortless for her. My condolences to her family and her children. Please call me if you need anything. She loved you all tremendously. I will miss you always, Cherie.
Sally Bergman left a message on January 22, 2013:
My thoughts and prayers are with Cherie's family. May the memories you all shared help you throught this difficult time. I knew Cherie through my son Dax and enjoyed many fun times with her. God Bless.
Angie Marion left a message on January 21, 2013:
Cherie, I'm saddened and heartbroken by your unexpected passing. I wish we had talked more in the past years. We were good friends years ago, and now I'll miss seeing you or letting my daughter come visit you.
RT Foard left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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