In Memory of



Obituary for Cherie Cartier

On September 1 2022, at 5:11pm Cherie lost her hard battle at the age of 53 with her three best men by her side surrounding her with love. Cherie is survived by her loving fiance Lambert Jeffrey Pietens, her beloved sons Dillon Dale (Alyssa Burke) and Dante Cartier, and by her grandchildren whom where the light of her life Brooklyn, Mckenna, Kylea and Xander. Cherie was born to the late Rosaire Trufly Cartier (2010) and the late Grace Earlene Couture-Toulouse (1995) Cherie also has many brothers and sisters. Kim Robinson, Jason Snelgrove, Glen Cartier, Cory Cartier, Rosanna Cartier and Cecily Cartier and many nieces, nephews and close friends.

Born in Petrolia, Cherie had many loving friends and family. Her table was never too small for everyone around. “The more the merrier.” Everyone was welcome with open arms. Her eyes lit up any room with those baby blues. Her sense of humour was second to none. Cherie loved spending time with her family, having family dinners and would go above and beyond to make sure everyone was full and having a great time, a memory that is fond for us all.

Cherie took so much pride in her parents, and instilled in everyone around her just how important family is. She was a firm believer in not taking time for granted. Her greatest accomplishment was becoming ‘Momma Bear’ until the day she was blessed to become a Grandma. She strived to be the best she could be and always enjoyed the time with her tribe.

They will all miss going to grandmas for a bonfire, music, dance parties, water fights, cooking hotdogs and s’mores, the list goes on. Brookyln is going to miss the baking and craft nights, as well as close time spent. While Xander will miss running right into grandmas freezer to get the ice cream bar or freezies. Grandma never said no to her grand babies.

Every one of us will miss her contagious laugh and smile, along with the endless humour.

In lieu of flowers, we ask that you please donate to Chatham-Kent Hospice, who graciously took care of Cherie in her last week of life and showed the utmost compassion and care to her and the family durning this difficult time.

“As high as the sky as deep as the sea”