Cheryl Elaine (Lancaster) Sanregret

Passed Away February 10, 2021
March 23, 2021 7 Condolences Print Obituary

Cheryl Elaine (Lancaster) Sanregret unexpectedly passed away peacefully in her sleep on Wednesday, February 10, 2021.  A resident of Edmonton, AB, formerly of Chatham, ON, she was the wife of the late Tony Sanregret, loving mother to Dave (Heather) Sanregret and Kerry Magnien and Peter Magnien, special nana to Emma, Tori, and Megan, dear sister to Ardele (John) Brooks, and aunt to Jen Brooks Butt (Kevin) and Cindy and Ryan Stafford, and many others.  Cheryl was the eldest daughter of the late Wilf and Kay Lancaster and will be sadly missed by many cousins and dear friends.

Cheryl was a talented organist and was the last surviving member of The Castaway Band.  She also played in The Wilf Lancaster Band from 1967 to 1972 until her dad retired the band due to health reasons. Music always remained her passion.

In lieu of flowers, her family would appreciate donations made in Cheryl’s memory to The Heart and Stroke of Canada or Diabetes Canada.

  1. My sincere condolences to you Kerry and your family on the loss of your Mom.

    • Thank you, Lisa. Take good care.

      Kerry

    • My most sincere condolences on your Mother’s passing. Cheryl and I were friends for 61 years and spoke by.phone many times in recent years. Not being able to reach her in past weeks, I googled her and saw her obituary just this evening. I was deeply saddened and am still trying to process the news. My heartfelt sympathies to your family. Cheryl was a true lady in every sense with a big heart.

  2. Dave, Kerry & families: Ardele had contacted me when Cheryl had passed knowing that we had kept in touch. My late husband, Roy Robinson was the drummer with the “Castaways”. Cheryl & Roy were good friends and then ultimately me. Cherish the good memories – hugs

    • Thank you, Brenda. I remember meeting you both when I was about 8 years old. Her time with the Castaways were some of her fondest memories. Take good care.
      – Kerry

  3. My most sincere condolences on your Mother’s passing. Cheryl and I were friends for 61 years and spoke by.phone many times in recent years. Not being able to reach her in past weeks, I googled her and saw her obituary just this evening. I was deeply saddened and am still trying to process the news. My heartfelt sympathies to your family. Cheryl was a true lady in every sense with a big heart.

  4. My sincere condolences to the family. I too miss Cheryl and wish I could phone her. We were friends for many years and had a good relationship. May she rest in peace.

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