Coleman-Sturdivant, Cheryl Reshay

Thursday, May 31, 2018
Cheryl Coleman-Sturdivant
Cheryl Coleman-Sturdivant

Cheryl Reshay Coleman-Sturdivant, 37, of Chattanooga, passed away on Friday, May 25, 2018, at her residence.  

She attended Brainerd High School and was a member of Olivet Baptist Church.

Cheryl was preceded in death by her grandparents, Katherine and Rufus Appleberry, Richard and Catherine Coleman.

Survivors include her husband, Trammell Sturdivant, Sr.; step-son, Trammell Sturdivant, Jr.; step-daughter, Nisa Sturdivant; three step-grandchildren; father, Deacon Richard (Gloria) Coleman; mother, Mary K. Crawford-Davis; brothers, Richard (Kirsten) Coleman, Antonio Coleman and Charles Hudson; sisters, Delores (Trampas) Wright, Tara (Edwin) Nelson and Preshinda Crawford; nieces, Ericka Williams, Rashinda Dozier, Lashinda Coleman, Khadeja Kearney, Jada Coleman, Cooper Coleman, Imani Myrick, and Aloni Wilson; nephews, Dominique James, LáMedrius Talley, Edwin Nelson III, Kori Coleman, and Tarik Nelson; brother-in-law, Larry (Marquice) Mitchell; sister-in-law, Tamala Sturdivant; a host of aunts; uncles; cousins; other relatives and friends.

Visitation is on Friday, June 1, from 6-7 p.m. at Taylor Funeral Home. 

Funeral services with be on Saturday, June 2, at noon at Olivet Baptist Church with Bishop Kevin L. Adams, Sr. as the eulogist. 

Burial will be in Forest Hills Cemetery.   


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