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Wanda Jean Cherry

Wanda Jean Cherry

January 14, 1971 - May 14, 2019

Wanda Jean Cherry, 48, of Richburg, South Carolina, passed away on 05/14/19. She was born to parents, Ronald (Virgie) Cherry Sr and Cathy (Michael) Grose, on 01/14/71 in Rock Hill, South Carolina. <br /> <br /> Wanda met Ryan Meadows in 2004. They were married on June 9th, 2018 in Richburg, SC. Together they had 9 children: Kristina (Brandon) Gee, Jeffrey Davenport, Cody (Deana) Cherry, the late Gregory Faile, Renee (Justin) Meadows, Ryan Meadows, Tonishia Meadows, Mary Jackson, and Zachary Meadows. <br /> <br /> She was preceded in death by sister, Gladys (Robert) Gregory; brother, Ronald Cherry II; step-sister, Jennifer (Trinity) Jordan; step-brother, Scotty (Brooklyn) Cherry; step-brother, James Gray; granddaughter, Payton Eddington; grandson, Kamryn Eddington; grandson, Xannder Cherry; granddaughter, Serenity Cherry; granddaughter, Brayleigh Gee; granddaughter, Isaiah Gee; granddaughter, Marley Gee; grandson, Colton Marlow; granddaughter, Victoria Meadows; granddaughter, Khloe Horvat; granddaughter, Aubree Meadows; grandson, Cameron Jackson; granddaughter, Cyrah Jackson; grandson, Caiden Jackson; sister-in-laws, Regina, Dinina, Terina, & the late Selina; and brother-in-law, David Meadows. <br /> <br /> The family has entrusted Greene Funneral Home with the arrangements. The viewing is scheduled for Monday, May 20th, 2019 @ 7pm-8:30pm at Greene Funeral Home . The service is Tuesday, May 21st, 2019 @ 2 pm at Greene Funeral Home; reception will follow at Forrest Hills Cemetery. Ronnie Aiton, Sr will officiate the ceremony.

Services by
Greene Funeral Home Downtown Chapel

355 E White Street, Rock Hill, SC

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