Cheryl Ann (White) Riddick

Born: Sat., Jun. 15, 1957
Died: Tue., Nov. 6, 2018


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Cheryl Ann Riddick, age 61, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on 11/06/2018.  Cheryl was born in Bakersfield, California on September 15, 1957 to her parents Jewel White(Johnson) and the late Wesley White.

Cheryl, being a complex woman, had a love for many things. Amongst them Pepsi, premium halloween candy, various pre-packaged desserts and black coffee... But not fish, fuck fish. She spent more than 26 years working at the Doubletree Hotel, which she despised, though she was always an hour and a half early. In truth, she loved her job and those she worked with, as well as the cookies. Most of all, Cheryl loved her family. Every thought, every choice, every sacrifice was for her family. She cherished every moment spent with them, especially if she didn't have to leave home. She was as loved as she did love. But not fish.

Cheryl is survived by her husband Bobby Riddick Sr., her children James Bell, Bobby Riddick Jr., and Carrie McCord (Riddick), sons in law Matthew McCord and Nickolas Riddick, and most importantly her grandchildren Alexis McCord, McKena McCord, Zachary McCord, Roger Riddick, Mazen Bell, Lukas Bell, McKaylee McCord, McKarea McCord, and Emmett Riddick.


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Alma Sumler
   Posted Thu November 08, 2018
I was sorry to read about the loss of your dear loved one. The bible gives us hope of seeing them again in the promised resurrection to come according to scriptures such as [John 5:28-29] and [Acts 24:15]. We find further hope in scriptures like [Isaiah 25:8] and [Revelations 21:3-5] which says in part that Jehovah God will wipe out every tear from our eyes and death will be no more, because God will swallow up death forever.
My Sincere Condolences.