Cheryl Ann Scott, a beloved daughter, mother, sister, wife, friend, niece, and cousin, passed away on August 19, 2023, leaving behind a wave of sadness and emotion. Known for her soft, gentle, and kind demeanor, Cheryl Ann impacted the lives of those who had the privilege of knowing her. She possessed qualities that made her a joyous, compassionate, warm, affectionate, sensitive, sweet, brave, and empathetic individual. Her infectious giggle brought happiness to others, and she was never afraid to share her thoughts and feelings. Cheryl Ann took great pride in supporting her son Logan’s hockey and athletic pursuits and was often seen cheering him on. Her strong bond with her mother Sandra was unbreakable, and they shared countless special moments together, even graduating from college as mother and daughter. Cheryl Ann was also fortunate to have a second mother figure, Nan, who provided unwavering support and love. She held a deep affection for her brother Eric, and together they created numerous memories and offered each other constant support. Recently, Cheryl Ann embarked on a journey to Tunisia, where she met her true love, Montassar Chikhaoui, and they vowed to spend their lives together. She described feeling like a princess and cherished her husband immensely. Cheryl Ann eagerly anticipated Montassar’s arrival in Canada, eager for him to meet her family, just as she was warmly welcomed by his family. As she approached her 40th birthday, Cheryl Ann reflected on the challenges she had overcome, acknowledging the difficult mountains she had climbed throughout her life. She was grateful for the support she received from those around her, which ultimately led her to her true love, Montassar. Cheryl Ann’s passing serves as a reminder to embrace self-trust, live with an open heart, and make choices that bring happiness, as tomorrow is never guaranteed. She will forever hold a special place in the heart of her beloved husband, Montassar Chikhaoui. Cheryl Ann leaves behind her cherished son, Logan Vale, her devoted mother Sandra Scott (and Nan Hastings), her late father Mark Scott, and her beloved brother Eric Scott (and partner Vincent “Vinnie” Genereaux). She will be fondly remembered by her aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. In accordance with the family’s wishes, private services will be held. In lieu of flowers, donations to Addictions and Mental Health (CMHA) are suggested. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Rushnell Funeral Home Trenton, located at 60 Division St. (613-392-2111). Online condolences and donations can be made by visiting http://www.rushnellfuneralhomes.com.
“It is through love that we connect with everything.” – Rumi