Cheryl Ann Brumlow
Kenai resident Cheryl Ann Brumlow died Saturday, Dec. 28, 2002, in her home.
She was 46.
Funeral services will be held at 6 p.m. today
at Peninsula Memorial Chapel in Kenai. Following the service, she will be
Mrs. Brumlow was born March 11, 1956, in
Petaluma, Calif., the daughter of Sybil Small and Keith West. She came to Alaska
in 1978 with her first husband, Gilbert Mark Hernandez.
She resided in Big Lake, where she liked to
fish, swim and suntan. Big Lake also is where she met her soul mate, Lonnie D.
Brumlow. They were married Sept. 11, 1990. They lived in Kenai until 1995, when
they moved to Marin County, Calif. They returned to Alaska in 2000 to be with
Mrs. Brumlow is survived by her husband of 12
years, Lonnie D. Brumlow of Kenai; sons, Joshua James Brumlow of Kenai and David
Hernandez and fiance, Holly Inglis of Anchorage; daughters, Sonya Hernandez and
fiance, Ben Wynn, of Kenai and Loretta Overway and husband, Joel, of Fairbanks;
grandchildren, Anson McClue of Kenai and Kelsey and Alex Overway of Fairbanks;
mother and stepfather, Sybil and Dave Martinez of Marin County; and brothers,
Sonny West and fiance, Candy Kohniak, of Anchorage, Teddy West and Wally West,
both of Marin County; and many other family members and friends.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be
sent to the family for her son, Joshua, 4411 N. Dogwood, Kenai, AK 99611 or call
Arrangements were made by Peninsula Memorial
Source: Peninsula Clarion, January 2, 2003