Nancy Cheryl (Parry) Albrecht

Born: Thu., Oct. 17, 1940
Died: Tue., Jan. 1, 2019

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Nancy Cheryl Albrecht, 78 passed away at her home in Wild River Ranches on January 1, 2019.

She was born in Ogden, Utah on October 17, 1940 to Audrey and Bruce Parry.

She attended Utah State University where she graduated with a teaching degree. She later became acquainted with Charles W. Albrecht and they were married in Ogden on June 11, 1965. Later their marriage was solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple.

She worked at the Wyoming State Hospital as a social worker for a short period before starting and running a successful surveying business with her husband.

Cheryl and Charles were very adventurous and traveled all around the western US looking for gold and other minerals. She loved meeting new people and getting to know them. She made many friends along the way.

She attended many dog shows and even entered some agility contests with her dog and won some awards.

Cheryl was a very talented artist and has many paintings and drawings that are just amazing to see.

She is survived by her husband of 53 years, Charles W. Albrecht, her dog Bobby and a brother, Doug (Janie) Parry of Yuma, AZ along with many nieces and nephews.

Cheryl was preceded in death by her father Bruce and her mother Audrey.

A Celebration of Life will be held later this summer up at her home.

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LaVar and Julie Griffin
   Posted Thu January 10, 2019
Cheryl was such a kind and good lady. She never boasted but just quietly did what she did and yet she was blessed with so much talent and abilities in so many different things.
I will always be grateful, Charles that you got Michael because it was through him that we all met!
I will also never forget when Cheryl let me come work with her on a survey job when I needed the work, even though I know full well she could have found someone better qualified. That's just who she is and that's what we love and what we'll miss.
Charles, I pray that you can find comfort as I know without a doubt that she is happy and all well with her. You will see her again. Her body grew tired but her spirit lives on I promise you that and hope that we will still see you now and again too. All our love...

Marie Miles
   Posted Fri January 11, 2019
It is with great sorrow that I say goodbye to this precious friend. How I already miss her visits on the phone as we laughed and cried together. I know we will see her again. Love and prayers to you Charlesv b

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