Cheryl is survived by and will be missed by her husband; Lloyd “Junior” Shrum, whom she married on May 11, 1973; her son, Josh (Jamie) Shrum of Troy, Illinois; her mom, Carol (Phillips) Hopper; grandchildren, Madison Shrum of Troy, Illinois, Colin Shrum of Troy, Illinois; sister, Pastor Sandy (Hap) Schoeber of Granite City, Illinois.Cheryl was preceded in death by her dad; William Hopper.She was a founding member and very involved with the Alpha Center Home for Unwed Mothers and the Phoenix Crisis Center.
on Thursday, May 10, 2018 at Irwin Chapel, with Rev. Interment will be in Lake View Memorial Gardens, Fairview Heights, IL.Memorial donations may be given to West 22nd Street Baptist Church Food Pantry. Condolences may be expressed to the family online at was born on March 8, 1957 in Granite City.She is survived by three daughters, Cindy Argent of Greenville, Janet Meyers of Mountain Grove, Missouri and Judy Nicol of Granite City; a son and daughter-in-law, Richard and Dena Hoelter of Granite City; eighteen grandchildren; many great grandchildren; many nieces and nephews and other extended family and friends.In addition to her beloved husband and parents, she was preceded in death by three sons-in-law, Craig Argent, John Nicol and Woody Meyers; two grandchildren, Monica Stafford and Rodie Littlefield and four sisters, Ruby Hardy, Ann Howard, Evelyn Hileman and Shirley Crockarell.Ronnie was a graduate of Ranken Technical College in St.
Louis, MO, and he retired from Granite City Steel as a machinist after many years of dedicated service.In addition to his parents, Ronnie was preceded in death by a daughter, Jeanetta Teachenor, who passed away on July 2, 2009. on Wednesday, May 9, 2018 at Irwin Chapel, 3960 Maryville Road, Granite City, IL.He is survived by his loving daughter, Donetta (Jamie) Brooks of Granite City, IL; dear sister, Norine (David Sr.) Noel of Granite City, IL; mother of Ronnie’s children, Donna Claxton of Godfrey, IL; proud grandfather to Dustin (Ashley) Miller, Devon (Samantha Moerlein) Stein, Destiny Brooks and Dalton Brooks; niece, Sheila Drost; nephew, David Noel Jr; great-nephews, Brenden Heaton, Blake Noel, Matthew Heaton and Nicholas Noel; extended family and many friends. In celebration of his life, funeral services will be held at a.m. Richard was also a sales rep for children’s books, The Book Farm. He is survived by his wife, Tamberly “Tammy” (Wuelfing) Rayburn of Edwardsville, IL; daughter, Emily (Alec) Ashburn of Chicago, IL; three sons: Shaun (Brittany) Rayburn of Edwardsville, IL, Corey Rayburn of Manhattan, NY and Benjamin (Elizabeth) Rayburn of Valley Park, MO; granddaughter, Layla Rayburn of Valley Park, MO; mother, Roleen Jean (Jaeck) Rayburn of Mt. Richard and Tamberly “Tammy” Wuelfing married on September 26, 1981 in Mt. He was a professional musician for fifty years and produced eight albums during his musical career. But most of all, Rick was very passionate about his family.He also enjoyed playing baseball with the Granite City Parks and Recreation.