In Memory


Cheryl Hill


September 29, 1943 - June 12, 1993

Cheryl Hill (Stahly-Hoback)

Cheryl L Stahly-Hoback, 49, of 904 S Adelaide St, Normal, died at 8:32 a.m. yesterday (June 12, 1993) at BroMenn Regional Medical Center.  She had been ill.

Her funeral will be at 10:30 a.m.Tuesday at Metzler-Froelich Memorial Home, the Rev Richard J Mick officiating.  Burial will be in Park Hill Cemetery.

Visitation will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Monday at the memorial home.

She was born Sept 29, 1943, in Normal, a daughter of Harold T and Marie F Barnes Hill.  She married Roger Stahly May 21, 1976 in Bloomington.  He died March 30, 1987.  She married Charles P "Chuck" Hoback Aug 1, 1992.  He survives.

Also surviving are her mother, 713 W Washington St, Bloomington; a daughter, Christina J Isted, 1203 Orchard Road, Bloomington; two stepsons, Todd Hoback, 201 Regency Drive, Bloomington, and Chris Hoback, stationed with the Rangers Unit at US Army base in Fort Benning, GA; and three brothers, Frank Hill, 312 Felmley Drive, Normal; Richard Hill, 2203 Lamon Drive, Bloomington; and John Hill, 1703 Wildwood Road, Bloomington

She was preceded in death by her father and a daughter.

Mrs Stahly-Hoback was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars John F Kraus Post 454 Auxiliary, Bloomington Moose Lodge, Compassionate Friends and Parents Without Partners.

Memorials may be made to the American Diabetes Association.

Copyright 1993.  The Pantagraph.  All rights reserved.

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01/20/10 05:16 PM #1    

Sheila Hepworth

I just found out last week about my friends death. Cheryl and I hung around in High School alot. I have good memories of being with her. 49 yrs old is too young to die...! We lost track of each other as time went by, but I will always have her memory in my heart. Sheila Hepworth

08/20/10 10:04 PM #2    

Carol Hepner (Stiles)

Cheryl and I were good friends also and I was devestated when I heard of her death a couple yrs. after her death. 49 is way to young. We lost contact, since we moved a few times but she'll always be in my heart and I miss her.   Carol (Hepner) Stiles




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