Cheryl was born May 16, 1966 in Lawrence, Kans. She was working at McDonald’s in Liberty, Mo. She also worked for Door Dash and as a home health care aide for the Whole Persons in Kansas City, Mo.
Cheryl was a member of The Cure Church in Liberty, Mo., where she was an active member and really enjoyed doing the work that God wanted her to do.
Cheryl loved selling Paparazzi jewelry and was strongly involved in the Special Olympics raising money and doing the Polar Bear Plunge with her son, Nahshon Donner-Reppy, and continued to do so after his passing in his honor.
Cheryl made friends wherever she went and would do anything and everything that she could to help those in need. She was an amazing Mom, Wife, Grandma, Daughter, Sister, Aunt, Niece, Cousin, and Friend.
Cheryl is survived by her husband, James Reppy Sr.; seven children, James Reppy Jr., Austin Fox, Spencer Batton (wife,, Rachel), Amy Reppy, Lachelsa Rose (husband, William), Kala Seevers (husband, Justin), and Bobbi Jo Batton; 11 grandchildren, Lilliana Cook, Dante Cook, Keith Chambers, Blance Chambers, LaJeanna Rose, Kaylee Moore, Destiny Rice, Clara Seevers, Izabella Seevers, Serinity Rice and Brian Rice. She is also survived by her mom, Donna Donner; sister, Jackie Chambers; and brother, George Donner Jr. (wife, Teri); two nephews, Taylor Donner (wife, Stormy) and Brison Donner; two nieces, Megan Donner and Nichole Donner; and two great nephews, Ryker and Kyler Donner.
Cheryl is preceeded in death by her sons, Nahshon Donner-Reppy and Christopher Batton; her dad, George Danner Sr.; and grandparents, George and Ruth Donner and Lawrence and Nellie Adams.
There are no words that can describe the impact that Cheryl made on so many people including her family and friends. Cheryl will always be missed by her family and friends. She will be greatly, truly, and deeply missed by all of us. Cheryl is in the arms of Jesus now but will always and forever be in our hearts.
The family will greet friends from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, October 16, 2021 at the Missouri City Christian Church. Funeral services will immediately follow at 11:30 a.m., also at the church. Burial will follow in the Missouri City Cemetery.