Cheryl Ann (Hill) Chambers

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Cheryl Ann (Hill) Chambers
1955 - 2018
WATERVILLE - Cheryl Ann (Hill) Chambers, 63, of Waterville, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, July 11, 2018, at MaineGeneral Medical Center surrounded by her family.
Cheryl was born in Ravenna, Ohio, on March 30, 1955. She was the daughter of the late Laurence E and Marion E (Tyler) Hill.
Cheryl leaves behind her husband, Roger Chambers; and her granddaughter, Natalia VonLeigh; one daughter, Lisa Brewer of Connecticut; two sons, Aric Moody and wife, Lindsey, of Maine, and Shane Moody and wife, Amy, of Maine; a stepdaughter, Kristina Tighe and husband, Steven, of New Hampshire; and four stepsons, Norman, Mark, Wayne and Bruce Moody. Cheryl is also survived by five other grandchildren: Kayla Brewer, Evan and Brice Moody, Katelynn Pressey and Andrew Kalacinski Jr. She also leaves behind four siblings, Laurence Hill of Ohio, Lloyd Hill and wife, Cindy, of Ohio, Lauren Hill of Delaware, and Lyle Hill and wife, Tammy, of Connectict. She also leaves behind several nieces and nephews.
Cheryl enjoyed spending time with her family, playing pool, a good joke and being a member of the Ladies Auxiliary for American Legion Post #14. She will be remembered for her caring nature, beautiful smile, and contagious laugh.
Family and friends may visit from 6-8 p.m. on Monday, July 16, 2018, at Gallant Funeral Home, 10 Elm St., Waterville. A funeral will take place at 1 p.m., on Tuesday, July 17 at the funeral home. Burial will follow. An online guestbook may be signed and condolences expressed at

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Published in Central Maine on July 14, 2018