Cherylee (Cherri) Green Hall of Carmichael, born May 5, 1944, passed away April 23, 2020, at the age of 75. Cherri was born in Driggs, Idaho to Thomas Carlyle and Kate Waddell Green. She was a constant delight to her parents. She spent her childhood and youth living in Driggs. She participated in student government, drill team and band. She was a good student and loved learning. She graduated with high honors and spoke at her high school graduation. The summer after graduating from high school she participated with her drill team in the World's Fair in Seattle and then married her high school sweetheart, Marc Earl Hall. They attended Brigham Young University together and then moved to California in 1964. She worked as an administrative assistant to help support her family while Marc finished his PhD and in 1971 settled in Carmichael. Cherri had many varying interests but the one she loved the most was her family. She was a devoted wife and mother and worked in partnership with her husband in raising six active children. She loved to see her children explore their many interests and supported them in every way she could. Music was one of her passions. She played the piano, organ and flute very well. Participating in choir was also something she enjoyed and encouraged her family to join her. She perfected the homemaking arts such as cooking, painting, sewing, quilting, crocheting and knitting and used those talents to bless the lives of others. She loved to make dresses for her daughters and granddaughters and even made a wedding gown for one of them. She was extremely organized and never late. She was also an avid reader and later in life, after her children were grown, she attended the local community college. As her children grew Cherri and Marc opened their home to friends and loved ones. They recognized a need in their community and became licensed foster parents. They had several placements some short and some long. These children became an extension of their family and Cherri loved each of them as her own. Even after her husband passed away she felt a need to give back to her community and she found an opportunity to help at the local elementary school three days a week. Cherri was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She served in the Relief Society, Primary, Young Women, as a Seminary teacher and temple worker. She gave her whole heart and effort to each assignment that came her way. She always went the "extra mile" in her service. She and Marc served seven missions for the church. They traveled all over the world sacrificing time and resources in an effort to share the gospel of Jesus Christ and to serve those around them. She was selfless and always put others ahead of herself. One of her favorite assignments was when she and Marc served as mission president and companion in Russia. She loved the missionaries they served with and "adopted" many sons and daughters as a result. She always said that she didn't want her children to question what was most important to her: a testimony of the Savior, Jesus Christ, and her eternal family. Her example of love and service will serve as a reminder for generations. Cherri is survived by her children: Rebecca Harrison, Monica (Mike) Gaffin, Marilyn (Jonathan) Harrison, Marc (Jan) Hall, Deborah (Warren) Coulam and Pamela (Jeff) Cobabe. She is loved and honored by these as well as 23 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.