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Cheri Dianne Tedder

Passed Away on July 23, 2019


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Cheri Dianne Tedder, 72, of San Tan Valley Arizona passed away on July 23rd 2019 at the Banner Desert Hospital. She was born in Gainesville TX and she was the second youngest of four.

Cheri was raised in Odessa Texas and after graduating high school she traveled to New Mexico and settled back in Dallas.  She worked her way through the ranks in banking until she was an executive with Bank of America. It was during this time that she met the love of her life Larry Tedder.  With a profound love for people and wanting a career change she and Larry entered the field of furniture sales.  She, with Larry, traveled the U.S. meeting and helping scores of people and she would be able to tell you what they did for a living, their children’s and pets names, and what she assisted them with, and that through that small transaction she would have countless new friends and stories.

Cheri and Larry came to settle in the fertile valley of Phoenix where they continued to sell furniture and continually make new friends. Larry passed in 2006 and Cheri devoted her attention to her brother as well as her children and grandchildren until she went to be with him again earlier this week.  Her stories will live on through her relatives and the thousands of friends she made across the country.

She is also preceded in death by her father Jack McCall, mother Erma Dell McCall, and brother Fred McCall. Cheri is survived by her sister Jan Cox, brother Scott McCall, son Casey Adams, his wife Jody, and their children Chris, Annie, Jenna, Jaquan, and Teiun. Her Daughter Edie Smatla, her husband Christopher, and their children Sarah, Hunter, Pilar, and Hunter. Her daughter Michelle Tedder, her husband Moe and daughter Brittany. She also had two great grandchildren.

Services will be held this Thursday August 1st at Life point Church 28479 n Main St. in San Tan Valley, 85143 with the viewing at 9 a.m., and the service beginning at 10 a.m.  Burial will be at National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona, in Cave Creek.

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  1. Joanne Booksing says:

    Heaven has gained another Angel.Her light shines bright and will be so missed by friends and family.

  2. Edie Smatla says:

    I couldn’t have asked for a better mom. She was good even when life dealt her a bad hand. She helped everyone that crossed her path in one way or another. She never had a bad thing to say about amyone. She taught me how to deal with people graciously, to be generous,wise and kind. She was the lady I can only hope to be. I will honor her always. I love her so very much now and forever.

  3. Kelsey Nichols says:

    I knew this wonderful lady as Nanni boat. She was a very sweet loving lady. She always knew how to put a smile on everyone’s face. She will be truly missed.

  4. Jody Adams says:

    Go rest easy now, Texas Mom. What a blessing you have been to so many. Always there for your family and friends. Always smiling and positive. You spread joy wherever you went. We are certainly going miss you, and we cant wait to see you again. I’m so very proud to have called you my mother in law for 20 years. Thank you for my wonderful husband. I know he made you proud, and he will continue to do so as there is so much of you living within him.

  5. Jody Adams says:

    Thank you Kelsey ❤

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Cheri Dianne Tedder

Passed Away on July 23, 2019


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Cheri Dianne Tedder, 72, of San Tan Valley Arizona passed away on July 23rd 2019 at the Banner Desert Hospital. She was born in Gainesville TX and she was the second youngest of four.

Cheri was raised in Odessa Texas and after graduating high school she traveled to New Mexico and settled back in Dallas.  She worked her way through the ranks in banking until she was an executive with Bank of America. It was during this time that she met the love of her life Larry Tedder.  With a profound love for people and wanting a career change she and Larry entered the field of furniture sales.  She, with Larry, traveled the U.S. meeting and helping scores of people and she would be able to tell you what they did for a living, their children’s and pets names, and what she assisted them with, and that through that small transaction she would have countless new friends and stories.

Cheri and Larry came to settle in the fertile valley of Phoenix where they continued to sell furniture and continually make new friends. Larry passed in 2006 and Cheri devoted her attention to her brother as well as her children and grandchildren until she went to be with him again earlier this week.  Her stories will live on through her relatives and the thousands of friends she made across the country.

She is also preceded in death by her father Jack McCall, mother Erma Dell McCall, and brother Fred McCall. Cheri is survived by her sister Jan Cox, brother Scott McCall, son Casey Adams, his wife Jody, and their children Chris, Annie, Jenna, Jaquan, and Teiun. Her Daughter Edie Smatla, her husband Christopher, and their children Sarah, Hunter, Pilar, and Hunter. Her daughter Michelle Tedder, her husband Moe and daughter Brittany. She also had two great grandchildren.

Services will be held this Thursday August 1st at Life point Church 28479 n Main St. in San Tan Valley, 85143 with the viewing at 9 a.m., and the service beginning at 10 a.m.  Burial will be at National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona, in Cave Creek.

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5 responses to “Cheri Dianne Tedder”

  1. Joanne Booksing says:

    Heaven has gained another Angel.Her light shines bright and will be so missed by friends and family.

  2. Edie Smatla says:

    I couldn’t have asked for a better mom. She was good even when life dealt her a bad hand. She helped everyone that crossed her path in one way or another. She never had a bad thing to say about amyone. She taught me how to deal with people graciously, to be generous,wise and kind. She was the lady I can only hope to be. I will honor her always. I love her so very much now and forever.

  3. Kelsey Nichols says:

    I knew this wonderful lady as Nanni boat. She was a very sweet loving lady. She always knew how to put a smile on everyone’s face. She will be truly missed.

  4. Jody Adams says:

    Go rest easy now, Texas Mom. What a blessing you have been to so many. Always there for your family and friends. Always smiling and positive. You spread joy wherever you went. We are certainly going miss you, and we cant wait to see you again. I’m so very proud to have called you my mother in law for 20 years. Thank you for my wonderful husband. I know he made you proud, and he will continue to do so as there is so much of you living within him.

  5. Jody Adams says:

    Thank you Kelsey ❤

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