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In Memory of Cheryl Tepp


4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Monday January 10, 2022
Valley Funeral Home
N1858 Greenville Drive
Greenville Wisconsin, 54942

Memorial Celebration of Life Service

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Monday January 10, 2022
Valley Funeral Home
N1858 Greenville Drive
Greenville Wisconsin, 54942

Cheryl L. Tepp, age 52 of Hudson, WI, formerly of Greenville, WI, passed away at her home on December 31, 2021 with family by her side. Cheryl was born on August 16, 1969 to parents James and Nancy (Johnson) Wunderlich. She graduated from Fox Valley Lutheran High School and went on to University Wisconsin Oshkosh, and later attended CVTC in River Falls to get her nursing degree.


At the center of her heart was her four children, whom she was so proud of and meant the world to her. She was a strong woman, always looking to help others. Because of her selfless and compassionate nature, she fell into her calling as an incredible nurse. She loved being with her family, spending time outdoors, especially Boot Lake, and liked to keep things interesting by “stirring the pot” every once in a while. She was an avid Green Bay Packers fan and loved going to games at Lambeau Field. She loved her cats and considered them family.  One of her favorite things to do was watch movies, her favorite being Quentin Tarantino or Marvel movies.


She will remain in the hearts of her children Hannah, Briar, Jacob, and Olivia; mother Nancy Wunderlich; siblings Bruce (Carol) Wunderlich, Brenda (John) Magadanz, and Jill Wunderlich; nieces and nephews Eric, Andy, and Ryan Wunderlich, Jenna Palmer, and Dillon Magadanz; as well as her two cats Barney and Felicity. She is preceded in death by her father James Wunderlich.


A Celebration of Life for Cheryl will take place on Monday, January 10, 2022 at Valley Funeral Home in Greenville, WI. There will be a visitation from 4-6 p.m. with a service at 6 p.m. Memorials are preferred to the discretion of the family. 

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    • Cheryl, I have been struggling to write these words. I treasure our many memories of our childhood, the pictures, stories, feelings, and firsts – sharing our families that formed us, and then having our own children to learn the greatest depth of love as a mother. You always loved with all your heart. I am grateful God gave me you as my first BFF to show me true friendship. You brought love and joy into my world, shared in the mischief & laughter, & saw silver linings in each challenge. Rest in peace my sweet sister. I love you always.

      Sending hugs & prayers for Nancy, Jill, Brenda, the kids, and all the family as you grieve and celebrate her life, well lived and deeply loved.

      Cheryl I miss you already but I know I will see you again in heaven ❤

    • I only met you through our patient care and you were a very perceptive, caring person. Your heart was in tune for others. So sorry for your family that you had to leave. Always remember you as a shining star.

    • Cheryl joined the nursing team at Western Wisconsin Health just shy of one year ago. Cheryl had a lasting impact on the nursing team in a short time. She was a role model for compassion and empathy for all. Whether treating patients or caring for team mates she was sympathetic, caring and giving. Most recently she was asked to precept new nurses and she did an amazing job of emulating the values of a nurse at the bedside. We are thankful for the time Cheryl was with us and wish peace and love to her family during this difficult time. -Stephanie Johnson, CNO

    • Cheryl, there are no words to properly pay tribute to the incredible person you were in my life and in the lives of so many. You were full of life and love, and showed that constantly to everyone you met. It’s still so hard for me to believe that I’m not calling you to talk about this shocking news. It will take me a long time to think of you in the past tense, and maybe that’s ok. You are certainly not gone from our lives, as you will be close in our thoughts and in our hearts forever. I miss you so much already.