Cheri K. Leimer

Cheri K. Leimer
Cheri K. Leimer

Cheri K. Leimer, 92, of Amarillo, TX passed away Sunday, January 10, 2021, due to complications from COVID-19.

 
A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.
 
She was born on November 30, 1928, in Electra, Texas to E.E. Kilchriste and Ethel Hale Kilchriste. She had lived in Dumas, Texas for over 65 years.
 
She married R. D. Leimer on July 11, 1958, in Fullerton, Nebraska. They celebrated their 62nd anniversary this past year.
 
Cheri was a full-time mom taking care of her husband and four children. There was always a snack ready for the kids when they got home from school.
 
Cheri loved hand work of every kind but quilting became her passion. She hand quilted with the ladies at St. John’s Lutheran Church for 50 years.
 
She was preceded in death by her first husband, Wayne Slagle, and her son Michael Slagle.
 
She is survived by her husband; children, Jennifer Daniels (Rex), Jeff Slagle (Deborah), and Lesli Leimer; five grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
 
Cheri loved God, her family, and her friends. She will be greatly missed.

4 Replies to “Cheri K. Leimer”

  1. So sorry to hear of Cheri’s passing. She always had such a big smile anytime I saw her. Joy just poured out of her. I enjoyed catching up with her at the Garden Center each spring. I know she will be missed by many. Prayers for your family.

  2. Cheri was an amazing woman. She was always full of love and joy.
    She was a blessing to me and a Godly role model. I will always treasure her friendship.

  3. She was one awesome lady. Will be greatly missed!! She was always ready for a good debate. Rest In Peace Cheri in the arms of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Thank you for all the times we shared. Love you Les

  4. Another one-of-a kind lady. She lived her life to-the-fullest. I shall never forget her for many-reasons but at-the-top of-the-list was her-comment when she heard Tom Sheldon and I were marrying; she said to my-mother “Bachelors make the best-daddys and he will be at the top-of-a list.” He was indeed and Beth will vouch for that. Grieve-as-you must, not-as-other are telling you is right, wrong or indifferent I can tell you, R. D. from almost 19-years of widowhood. My how time has flown, 62-years and I remember that as-if-it were yesterday. Travel the new-pathway our Lord has for you as we all have our individual one as there are no-pathways. Cling tightly to His unchanging-and-unfailing hand, He won’t leave you nor forsake you but carry you when you just cannot go-it alone. God bless each and every one.

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