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Cheryl Clutter

  • On April 6, 2020

After a long and courageous fight against breast cancer, Cheryl Ann (“Annie”) Clutter, 62,passed away on April 4, 2020, at Donnell House in Washington, PA. The family would like to thank the many doctors, nurses, technicians, and aids who helped Annie throughout this battle.

Survivors: Her mother, Dorothy M. Clutter of Washington, PA. Two sisters, Patricia N. Clutter of Erie, PA, and Sandra (“Sam”) Clutter of Mt. Lebanon, PA. Sister-in-law, Lynn Campsey of Avon Lake, OH. Two nephews and their families, William McMillen Clutter, Samantha Handley, Sadie Clutter, and Ian Clutter of Evanston, IL, and Matthew McLain Clutter, Rebekka Kuhn, and Denis Clutter of Ann Arbor, MI. Frankie Garrison of Washington, PA, a close friend whom Annie thought of as a sister. And Annie’s dog Lacey, the Lulu hound.

Predeceased: Her father, William R. (“Pete”) Clutter, and her brother, William R. Clutter, Jr.

Donations: For those who would like to donate in Annie’s memory, please consider giving to Concordia Hospice of Washington and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Memorial: A gathering in Annie’s memory will be held at a future date.

Online guestbook: pittsburghcremation.com

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Aunt Janet and Family
  • Apr 7 2020
I am so very sorry for the loss of Annie. I know she put up a heroic fight. I and my family will miss her. My sympathy and love to all the family. May God surround you with His love and peace.
Sue Pattison
  • Apr 8 2020
So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Sue & Marc Pattison & Dolores Horner
Bonnie Mansoura
  • Apr 11 2020
Our hearts are saddened by the death of Annie. The heavens will now wrap their arms around her and God will provide her family with love and support through their grieving process. Blessings to all. Love, Bonnie & Rom Mansoura
Diane Phillips Lane
  • Apr 16 2020
To Annie's Family, Please know what a blessing it has been to look back over the years in remembrance of your loved one. From sitting together on the school bus, high school and catching up in the last couple of years. I will treasure her letters as I reminisce and hold her memory close at heart. May God strengthen and comfort as you continue life's journey without your dear, sweet, kind hearted Annie...