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Brittany N. Cheek
October 28, 1991 - April 22, 2019

Born in Medford, Oregon on October 28, 1991, Brittany Cheek began her journey through life. Brittany was the second oldest of five children and daughter of Charles Alan Cheek and Cynthia Gale Cheek. Charles and Cynthia raised their five children in a very loving household. The family moved to Florida in 2001 where the children were raised. Brittany attended Brevard Community College in pursuit of her general studies. She relocated back to Medford to be with family. Though life threw her some curve balls, she always seemed well up to the task of meeting those challenges, and the ones she set for herself. Brittany was a very loving person with a big heart and loved by many. She touched the lives of many people with her smile and generosity and maintained her trademark sense of humor at all times. Brittany’s life would seem too short to many, but those who were touched be her understood that the quality of existence far exceeds the quantity of time in which one lives. We will miss her contagious personality and laughter and will remember the wonderful times we had together. We will miss you and love you always Britty. Your Family, Dad, Mom, Amy, Christina, Matthew, Megan and Pam.

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  • I am Type 2 Diabetic. Though I have only seen you a time or two, I have love and respect for your family and remember times when you were hospitalized. The pain is over now. You’re perfect as you once were. Godspeed Charlie, Amy, friends, and family. May your memory be eternal.

  • My prayers are with your family at this time! May you find peace, comfort and strength. Sending love and (((Hugs))). The Wright Family

  • We are heartbroken to hear that you have lost your Angel Brittany. She has officially received her wings in Heaven. Brittany touched our hearts with much joy at Missions Church in Orlando and we will never forget her. I am a Type 1 Diabetic and we are making a donation to honor her. May God Bless You In The Way Only He Can Do. Our Love To Each of You

  • Brittany will forever be remembered. She was always the person that wanted to make everyone laugh even when you were super pissed off. She was there for me during times I needed a friend the most. She was my best friend. I’ll never forget all our random trips to walmart just to get out of the house while also making me listen to rap when she knew I was not a fan (ha ha). She had a beautiful soul and I’ll never forget those times in my life. The last we talked was about how crazy life turned out, and that things change so fast and she was right. I love you and will always miss you, Rest In Peace Brittany.

  • Brittany I love you , you were a special person and a special daughter, I thank god for giving me you. Now your with him .rest in peace sweetheart I will see you again love daddy

  • To Brittany’s family & friends,
    I want to express my sincere sympathy for your loss. May you find comfort in knowing that our heavenly Father truly loves you and cares deeply about what you are going through. He will give you the strength needed to cope during this difficult time.
    2 Corinthians 1:3,4