February 11, 1965 ~ June 11, 2021
Cheryl's services will be livestreamed below at 10:00 AM Saturday, June 19, 2021. https://vimeo.com/event/1088887 Cheryl Lynne Plante, 56, passed away unexpectedly Friday, June 11th, 2021 at her home in Fargo, ND. Cheryl was born February 11th, 1965 in Moorhead, MN to June and Edward Plante. She later re-connected with her biological father, Orville Braaten. She grew up in the Fargo-Moorhead area where she also attended school. Following school, Cheryl moved to Nebraska later returning to North Dakota where she held various jobs in the service industry. She also worked as a CNA. Cheryl started working for Ceilings Incorporated where she found her true passion, eventually branching out and becoming a subcontractor. Cheryl met James Meyer in 1984. Together they shared the joy of their first child, Jessica Meyer. Cheryl met Robert Lindell in 1987 and they were united in marriage on November 5th, 1993. They proceeded to have two children, Amber and Jordan Lindell. Cheryl is survived by Robert Lindell, her children; Jessica Meyer (Taz Ward), Amber Lindell (Michael Speldrich) Jordan Lindell, two grand-children; Braxton Meyer and Easton Lindell, siblings; Bonnie Kaiser, Omaha NE, Jeffrey Plante, Pamela Plummer, Timothy Braaten, Terry Braaten, Robbie Braaten, and Debbie Kopperud all of Fargo, ND and numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. Cheryl is preceded in death by her parents; June and Edward Plante, her sister; Trudy Buchfink, her brother; Edward Jr. and her brother-in-law, Wesley Kaiser.
Hey little lady. I have been blessed to know u. I will always regret not coming to see you Saturday for beers when u last called. See u soon… God speed. Kris
My friend my long time sister always and forever. My kids and I will Miss you.
To the family. I’m so sorry for your loss.
She had a sense of humor and the biggest heart. We love you
To Cheryl’s family: I’m SO sorry for your loss!!! my prayers go out to you all RIP CHERYL you will be missed!!.
Cheryl was one of the kindest warmest giving people that had ever in which my life. She will be truly missed by everyone she touched. Rest in peace my friend.
My thoughts and prayers are with everyone that had the opportunity to know this amazing woman! She was truly one of a kind !
Cheryl and I go way back, had some crazy times! She was definitely known for speaking her mind and she had the best barbecues. She always had those green onions in salt water! She saved my little girl from choking 23 years ago! I had a nice phone call with her about a month ago. Rest in peace. You were one of a kind!
From the day I met her, I immediately liked her. No beating around the bush with Cheryl, she told it like she saw it. And that’s what I liked. Didnt see much of her these past few years, but when I thought of her, I would smile and laugh as bit. She was one of a kind.
Rest in peace Cheryl.
I didn’t know Cheryl for very long but what i loved the most about her was her wonderful smile, her kind heart, and her passion for animals. From what i hear, she took after her mother who took care of both those in her home and the ones who gathered on her deck. RIP Cheryl! 💐🌸🌹
I worked with Cheryl on our nephew’s benefit. I was awestruck by her energy and very obvious love and affection for Kirby. She was driven and hard working and the reason the benefit was a success. Her love for her mom and dad was always apparent in the way she took such great care of them.
Sorry for your loss