She was also known for being a good baker. Cheryl took part in Peanut Butter & Jelly Drive in Lockport from the beginning, even storing jars in her home. She ran vendor fairs, assisted in wrestling tournaments, baked pies and cookies for friends and family. There wasn’t a moment that she wasn’t helping others.
In 2015, Cheryl became a living kidney donor and donated a kidney to a stranger, but after the transplant, a bond was formed. The families even bonded after they met up and got together and continue to stay close and connected to this day.