Cheryl Christiansen, age 58, of Isanti died at her home on June 12, 2017 after a short battle with cancer. She is survived by her husband, Bradley of Isanti; 2 sons, Kris and David both of Isanti; granddaughter, Andrea Christiansen of Braham; 2 brothers, Tim Knapp of Isanti, Donald (Cheryl) Knapp of Braham; mother-in-law, Joy Christiansen of Brook Park; by nieces, nephews and many other relatives and friends. A memorial visitation will be held from 2 – 6 P.M. on Saturday, June 24th at our Isanti chapel.
Jill Reller says
I am so sorry to hear about this. You are in my prayers.
Robyn Sutherland says
I am so, so sorry to hear of Cheryl’s passing. I have many wonderful & fun memories of Cheryl from years past. My love, thoughts and prayers are with Brad & his family. There is a poem I love, it talks about not crying for a soul set free, to “miss me but let me go”. Cheryl will be missed, but I also know she is in a better place & with friends and family that have passed before her. So I believe she is still watching over her family and wanting you to remember the wonderful times you have shared.
Mary Ann Peterson says
Sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers to all!
Dick Hermes says
So sorry for you and family
Laura Smith says
I am so, so sorry about Cheryl’s passing. Whenever I saw her she touched my heart with her smile and kind words. You have my thoughts, prayers and love.
Kathleen Mattson says
I just got to know Cheryl the last 6 months or so. I worked with her at the Isanti Primary school. What a great lady with a huge heart for the kids, she was always hugging them and helping them tie their shoes. I wish I would have known her better and for a much longer time. She was very sweet. I’m so very sorry.
Jo Ann Long says
I also briefly worked with Cheryl at IPS. She would greet us in the office daily with usually a funny quip. And smile…always…even when I tried my best to teach her timeclock but she insisted paper was just fine! So sorry for your loss.
Connie Thomson Cook says
I am so very sorry to hear this news. Sending hugs and prayers to Brad and all her family.
Jaci and Ron Olson says
Im so deeply sorry to hear of Cheryl passing. My heart goes out to you Brad and family. You are in my thoughts and prayers. With deepest sympathy Jaci and Ron Olson
John Droubie says
Cheryl was the first instructional assistant I work with as a first year teacher in 1998. She was a very caring and loving person who has impacted many lives for the better. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family in this tough time.
Laura Smith says
I am so sorry about the passing of Cheryl. I always looked forward to seeing her and talking with her at family celebrations. She is a sweetie, who loved and valued her family so much. My thoughts, prayers and love are with you.