Born on June 15, 1938 in Thomaston, Georgia
Departed in Palm Bay, Florida on May 31, 2020
Cherry Dean McLeod Catterton, 81, went to be with the Lord on Sunday, May 31, 2020 in Palm Bay.
Cherry is survived by her daughter, Carlotta V. (David) Moon, brothers, Bobby (Margaret) and James McLeod; sister in law, Betty McLeod and nieces and nephews.
Cherry was predeceased by her husband, Frank Catterton.
A graveside service will be held on Thursday, June 4, 2020 at 11:00 am at Melbourne Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers family request donations to First United Methodist Church of Melbourne Mission Fund, Habitat for Humanity of Brevard or William Childs Hospice House.
I am so sorry to hear of Aunt Dean's passing. You and David are in my thoughts and prayers. Sorry Daddy (Bobby) was not able to make the trip. He loved Aunt Dean so much. May God give you peace and comfort each day. Love and hugs.
So Sorry for the loss, Rick was so kind and funny. Rest in peace. You will be missed.
You will be missed, Will miss our phone calls. Love you , Your brother Bobby.
Its been many years. I know you'll enjoy this part of the journey.
May God rest his soul Godspeed our condolences to Wade? And all his family Michael and Maryellen
Rest in Peace Uncle Rick. I will keep you in my heart forever. I will miss you. I love you.
Uncle Rick I love you!! I will always remember how you would give me your last Pepsi because you said you said you could always get more. I love you!
My brother, I hope you are at peace now and with all our family and friends together. I am glad we would say I Love You to each other and knew we meant it. Most of these were after a family spat but would end quickly. We had each other’s backs in our journey of life and that is just our family way. Save me a seat up there at the dinner table brother. I love and miss you.
To my brother, I have missed you for the past several months going in and out of physical rehabilitation hospitals for weeks at a time. I am sorry you had to live your last days on earth like this. Some people get to make the most of their last days and have family and friends visit. So sad yours was during this Covid epidemic. Just know in your heart that I Love You and will miss you always. I always appreciated hearing you tell me those words. Say hello to our family up there. Save me a good seat at the dinner table my brother. Love you