Cheryl Morden (Carlton) passed away peacefully at the West Parry Sound Health Centre on Sunday, November 27th, 2022. Age 61 years.

Partner of Cy Golightly. Loving mother of Brandon (Tracey), Steve (Sarah), and the late Mandy. Cherished grandma of Tiernan, Deacon, Abbey, and Savannah. Dear daughter of the late Stew and Eleanor Carlton. Loving sister of Sandi, Nancy, Karen, Steven, Donna, David, Dennis, Christine, Cindy,
and the late Bonnie, Gwen, Joe, Kelly, and Bev. Fondly remembered by her many nieces and nephews, other relatives, and friends.

As was Cheryl’s wish, cremation has taken place.

As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.


Our deepest condolences to all of Cheryl’s family and friends. She bravely fought the hardest fight of all with fierce determination. Thank you Donna for the amazing care and compassion for your sister. Cheryl was lucky to have you. Mike and Nancy Morden.

-Mike and Nancy Morden

Cheryl and I would often run into each other, living so close. Obviously I knew her for years but she was a strong women. Passionate on helping others and doing good deeds at A&W. Been on this cancer journey with her with one of my own. She was supporting, even though she was sick. I'm grateful she was in my life and she can now be pain free. My condolences to her family.

-June Emerson

My sincere condolences for all of Cheryl’s family. Growing up in this town, and neighbourhood, with the many Carltons, I was always greeted with a friendly hello, and kindness. I’m so sorry for your loss.

-Lynn Raney

My deepest condolences to all the family and friends of Cheryl’s. I worked with her years ago at A & W and she definitely knew how to have fun! I enjoyed every shift I had with her. She was taken way too soon. RIP Cheryl ❤️

-Lee-Anne Holley

My condolences Cy. I know she will be missed by many. I am so glad that I got to see her when you guys were last down. Cheryl fought a hard battle and was so strong emotionally.
Love; Baggie ❤️

-Sandra Machan & Tom Crowley

Condolences to Brandon, family and to all the Carlton family! She will be missed!
RIP Cheryl! Love you!

-Carrie Haslehurst

Sending all our strength during this most difficult time. Thoughts are with the whole family. Xo

-Honor and John Fiorini

I met Cheryl working at A&W years ago now. A co-worker quickly became a friend. Cheryl was kind, funny, and a straight shooter. I will never forget the day we sat out on her back deck having some “bevies” sharing laughs and stories. (Especially about her grandkids whom she loved so very much).
Thank you Cheryl, for leaving this world a better place. My garden of lilies will forever remind me of you. I am so thankful to have known you. Rest easy, until we meet again.

-Michelle R

Cheryl, you truly were an inspiration. You had the largest, kindest heart of any one that I know. You were deeply loyal to your “peeps” and would stop at nothing to put a smile on everyone’s face. You have no idea how much you were loved and respected.
Love to Brandon and his family, Cy, and Donna.
Love from her AW family

-Chantelle Ross

To Brandon and family, I send you my sincerest condolences for your loss. Your mom was a very hard worker and a great lady with a heart of gold and a keen sense of humour. My thoughts are with you during this most difficult time.

-Pat Van den Broek

Good friend many great talks. You will be greatly missed. My sincere Condolences. Rest Easy Dear Cheryl. God Bless.

-KELLY prudhomme

Condolences to the Family. We were so saddened to hear of the passing of Cheryl. She was a loving soul . Heaven’s gained a beautiful Angel. ❤️. Love the Crisp’s.

-Cecile Crisp

Condolences to all her Family.

-Mary Clare

Cindy you and all your family have our sympathy and are in our thoughts and prayers. Words cannot express how deeply sorry we were to hear of Cheryl’s passing. No one has the words to make the sadness go away. May the memories of Cheryl sustain and strengthen you all.
Death leaves a heartache no one can heal,
love leaves a memory no one can steal.
Love Granny and Nancy

-Nancy Boyd

I first met Cheryl at a Christmas Party for our kids , our seating was at the same table across from one another , I never believed it was a coincidence. We became friends quite quickly and she always used to to come out to Karaoke and listen to me sing. She started filling out the karaoke ballets for me, the bugger, lol, she always wanted me to sing Black Velvet and Do you believe in life after love by Cher. lots of laughs. never a dull moment with her around. My condolences to the family.

-Wendy Oickle