Cheryl Warsewich – Dominion Post


Cheryl Stinellis Warsewich, 74, of Morgantown, died to be with her Lord on Tuesday, November 23, 2021 at My Health Medical Center with her family by her side. She was born on October 20, 1947 in Morgantown, daughter of Fern and Virginia (Sufritz) Stilnellis.

Cheryl graduated from Morgantown High School in 1965. She was one of the first owners of the Artisan Beauty Shop until the birth of their son. She was a life member of St. Theresa / St. Francis de Sales Roman Catholic Church. She then worked at St. Francis de Sales Catholic School for 15 and a half years in the office. After leaving St. Francis School, she went to Suncrest Dental Group as an office manager for 22½ years until her retirement. She was a life member of the Morgantown Service League. While a member of the Saint-François de Sales Roman Catholic Church, she participated in laundry ministries and counting Sunday offerings. Prior to these ministries, she participated as a choir servant, church and homebound Eucharistic minister, and a member of the parish council.

Faith, family and friends were such an important part of his entire life. She really enjoyed being with people. She felt that one of the greatest sources of knowledge was the people you meet on a daily basis. They always have something new to offer. She loved shopping and Las Vegas. Organizing gatherings for family and friends has always been a lot of fun for her. Keeping busy was very important to her. She said “I’m not doing anything right”.

Cheryl is survived by her caring and loving husband of 50 years, Roger Warsewich, with whom she just celebrated his 50th wedding anniversary. She is also survived by her loving son, Jason Kiley Warsewich, his wife, Andrea and their children, Grace and Jack, of Pittsburgh; sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law, Allen Warsewich (Mary Ellen), of Buryville, Virginia, Patricia Johnson (Richard), of Morgantown, Walt Warsewich (Pam), of Morgantown, and Karen Kohute (Michael), of Newton Falls, Ohio ; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Respecting her wishes, her body was donated to the West Virginia Registry Human Registry. Family will welcome friends and family to St. Francis de Sales Roman Catholic Church, 1 Guthrie Lane, Morgantown from noon until time for Memorial Mass at 1 p.m. on Saturday, December 11 with Mgr. Anthony Cincinnati, STD, VE and Father John V. DiBacco as concelebrants.

All guests are requested to wear a face mask for the tour and the service.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in his memory to St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church, Liturgical Furnishing Fund, 1 Guthrie Lane, Morgantown, WV 26508.

Hastings Funeral Home was responsible for the arrangements.


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