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Obituary for Cheryl Kay Kemery Goss (Stine)

Cheryl Kay Kemery-Goss, 77 years of age, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Tuesday, February 26, 2019. Cheryl was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on January 5, 1942 to Gerald Stine and Viola (Stine) McNabb. Cheryl attended high school at U.S. Grant High School and graduated in 1960. She went on to marry Wendel Kemery in her early 20’s and had three sons, Michael, Patrick and Jon Kemery. During this period in her life, she worked for Fred Jones Ford in Oklahoma City as the Assistant Leasing Manager for the company. Later in her adult life, having gone through a divorce, she raised her boys on her own teaching them the value of life circumstances and the true ethic of hard work to achieve your dreams and your goals. When her children were older, she remarried the love of her life Earl Goss, Jr. Cheryl and Earl met during a real estate class that Cheryl enrolled in and Earl was the instructor. Being the true “teacher’s pet”, Cheryl and Earl were married in 1980. During their marriage, they owned and operated Accord Realty and Real Estates Schools. They were together and loved one another dearly until his death in January of 1991. Cheryl loved her sons and grandchildren. She doted on them all of the time and was very proud of each and every accomplishment they made. She will be truly missed and the impact she made on her sons will be forever. She was preceded in death by her parents Gerald Stine, Viola (Stine) McNabb, Stepfather Eugene McNabb and Grandson Logan Hodge. Cheryl is survived by her brother Jack Stine and wife Darlene, sons Michael Kemery and wife Michelle, Patrick Kemery and wife Raymona, Jon Kemery and wife Kim; Grandchildren Carly Hodge, Gabe Kemery, Cooper Kemery, Morgan Kemery, Taylor Kemery, Addyson Kemery, Ashlee VanCuren, Jamie VanCuren and great grandson Grayson French and a host of other loving family members and friends.
The family extends their heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the staff of Vondel L. Smith and Son Mortuary for the care provided to the family during this very difficult time.