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Sheryl A. Summers Blakley

December 3, 1960 - April 2, 2018


Sheryl passed peacefully in Salem with Family by her side after a short battle with a Glioma Brain Tumor.

Sheryl was born and raised in Tillamook, Oregon to Ronald (Libby) Summers and Sharon (Teddy) Pagalunan. After Graduating High School she moved to the big city of Salem to pursue her certificate in Hair Design at the Academy of Hair Design. Sheryl enjoyed her time cutting and coloring hair for many of her family and friends. She later spent many years in the restaurant industry as a Server and Bartender before an early retirement to care for her late husband.   The loves of Sheryl’s life were her late husband Larry, and her Family. Her hobbies included playing with her grandchildren, her flower garden, shooting pool, crafting, the Seattle Seahawks, and collecting all things Wizard of Oz.

 Sheryl is survived by her two children Ralph (Theresa) Johnson, Khali Johnson from her first husband; Danny, daughter Natalie Weiler, step children Robbie Wiggins, and Jody Snow from her second marriage; David and step daughter Cindy (Ben) Roche from her last marriage; Larry, her Parents Ron (Libby) Summers, Sisters Bonnie (Paul Knupp) Johnson-Knupp and Jodie (Patrick Tupa) Epperly, brothers Ron (Cindy) Summers, John (Anita) Summers, and Don Summers, (18) Grandchildren, (4) Great Grandchildren, and many nieces and nephew. She is preceded in death by her husband Larry Blakley, Parents Sharon and Teddy Pagalunan, and the Father of her Children (Ralph, Khali) Danny Johnson.

A Memorial Service and interment will be held at Belcrest Memorial Park in Salem on Tuesday, May 1st at 1:00pm.

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 I always loved Sheryl and was hopeful she would have been my brothers bride after they graduated high school.  But their future careers took them other places.  I would go to Salem and stay at the YWCA when she lived there.  We had such a fun girls week-end as young adults.  So happy to have seen her smiling face at the state fair just a couple years ago and had contact with her on facebook.  She will be missed.



I will always miss you, Sheryl - I hope you and Larry are together forever now!



Aunt Sheryl, you were such a wonderful person. I always appreciated your energy and generosity towards everyone. We had some wonderful visits with one another. Thank you for sharing your spirit with me. I will always miss you. 



I'm so sad to hear this.  I watched Sheryl growing up, from her first day (she and my daughter Kristi shared the same birthday).  Her Mom and I were dear friends.  I'm so very sorry, and I'm praying for all her family.

~~ Mary (Hettick) Dean



Sheryl was such a kind person. I always remember her calm and happily peaceful demeanor. She will be missed.



So very sorry to hear of her passing. We grew up together in Tillamook and my mom worked with her Dad at the phone company. My prayers are with you all. Best regards Wendie (Cobb) Hayes Pounds



My condolences, Sheryl and her children were very dear to my family. Lost touch over the years, but still hold in my heart. Mary york