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Cherrié L. Brand

April 24, 1952 - October 20, 2021

Cherrié L. Brand, age 69, of Newark, DE, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, October 20, 2021.

Born in Wilmington, DE on April 24, 1952, Cherrié was a daughter of the late Howard W. and Elenor (Denney) Brand, Sr. She was raised by her grandparents, the late Harvey F. and Elsie M. Brand, whom she loved dearly. Cherrié worked as a packager for Elwyn Institute for many years. She was a devoted Seventh-day Adventist and loved going to church. In her spare time, Cherrié enjoyed listening to music and dancing. 

She is survived by her siblings, Howard W. Brand, Jr. and Andrea B. Haugh (Bill); aunts, Elsie M. Spicer (Ken), Doris H. Brown, Linda Mularczyck (James) and Katherine Crockett (Charles); uncles, James Brand (Miez) and Robert Brand (Ruth); stepmother, Gale Brand; and the love of her life, John.  

All services will be held privately.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Cherrié’s memory to Seasons Hospice of Delaware, 220 Continental Drive, Ste. 101, Newark, DE 19713, or online by clicking here.

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17 Condolences for Cherrié L. Brand

  • Such a beautiful girl with a beautiful soul.. May you rest in peace..

  • I love you Cherrie. No more pain. You suffered dearly. I’m so happy I was by your side. I never left you and the bond we had will always be in my heart. The love we shared at the time wasn’t easy to see you suffer. But, God was with us and together he gave us the strength to the end. Rest In Peace my niece. I will see you again. My loving Cherrie.

  • I love you Cherrie.💔

  • God has received another angel. Cherrie and I had a lot of laughs together.
    Rest In Peace my dear friend.

  • Happy homegoing my sister in the Lord.

  • So sorry to hear of her passing. She was a pure Joy to know, and made High School exciting with her humor & beautiful smile . Blessings to her family & all who loved her . Peace

  • Cherrie, I will see you in Heaven. And it won’t be long. Love, your Aunt Doris

  • Although we were separated by the years that past, you were always a big part of my heart and always will be. Be at peace, my friend. Love, Nona

  • Dear Elsie, prayers to You and your family. I totally remember what a Beautiful sweet girl she was in our days at De La Warr so popular and loved. Sincerely Dottie Gardiner class of 69

  • Cherrie, I’m going to miss you dearly. Loved all the times you use to laugh and call my name over and over. Many good memories with me and my family. Rest In Peace and we will see you again.
    Love Kenny

  • May you experience eternal peace and love in Heaven. You are free of the pain and suffering this life brings. You are loved and missed by the people left behind. But you can rest well, knowing you will be remembered by those that love you. Through God may we all find peace, and meet again one day.

    Rest well.

  • Bless u cherrie rest in peace

  • Thank you for being a wonderful cousin. You were always so kind and caring. I won’t forget your beautiful smile and laugh. May you rest in peace. Love, Robin

  • Looking forward for that day when Jesus will call you forward and we all can go home. Rest in peace until then. Love you

  • Cherrie you were so beautiful inside and out. You will be dearly missed and may you Rest In Peace. Praying for you and your family 🙏🙏🙏❤️

  • Laughing, happy, teasing and whole. We remember you that way…with love.
    Uncle Bob and Aunt Ruthie

  • I’m so sorry to hear about Cherrie. We lived across the street from you guys for years. We played together went to school together. She was a couple years younger than me but we got along great. Elsie and Linda I’m so sorry. We haven’t seen anyone in years everyone moves on but way back then we had a really good time. She was a really good person and did her best with what she eventually had to live with. I wish we could have seen each other more now and then. I’m not even sure where everyone lives now but I did think about you guys every time I went to moms. Please reach out if you guys need anything or to just talk. Friend from the past Betty Jane