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Obituary: Cheryl A. Savoca

"Her biggest loves were her three children, Emily, Ryan and Jake, husband Tom, parents, siblings, nephews and niece."

 

Cheryl A. Savoca, a beloved community volunteer, musician, artist, nurse, mother, wife, daughter, sister, and aunt, passed away Nov. 13, 2012.

The obituary in dignitymemorial.com says:

Cheryl was a practicing Family Nurse Practitioner, employed by Pediatrics Plus in North Haven. Cheryl was an active community volunteer, musician, artist, and health care professional. Above all, she was a wonderful mother, wife, daughter, sister and friend. Her biggest loves were her three children, Emily, Ryan and Jake, husband Tom, parents, siblings, nephews and niece.
Arrangements are being handled by Swan Funeral Home, Madison. A memorial mass will be held on Monday, November 19 (2:00 PM) at St. Margaret's Church, Academy Street., Madison CT. The burial will be private.
In memory of Cheryl, memorial donations may be made to:
Yale Cancer Center of Development
Attention: Peter LaMothe, Director of Development
PO Box 7611
New Haven, CT 06519-0611

For more information and a photo gallery, please see the full obituary.

Christopher Jennings Penders November 17, 2012 at 06:45 PM
My thoughts go out to the entire Savoca family.
Lisa Nee November 18, 2012 at 12:30 PM
I have so many wonderful snap shots in my mind of Cheryl, cheering her children on at athletic events, kayaking with her, sharing a laugh at our annual garden party. But mostly I remember how brave she is, how her sparkle never dimmed even when she was fighting her hardest, for that I truly thank her. I hope I can honor her by alway keeping my spirit lit with her wonderful example. Love Lisa

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