Cheryl A. (Agnew) St. George

February 15, 1960 ~ May 16, 2020 (age 60)

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     Cheryl (Agnew) Saint George, 60, died Saturday morning May, 16, 2020.  She was the devoted wife of 40 years of Paul Saint George of Worcester.  She was born in Marlborough the daughter of the late Leo and Elizabeth “Betty” (Whitman) Agnew and lived most of her life there before moving to Clinton and later to Worcester.

     Cheryl worked as a customer service representative at Clinton Savings Bank for 30 years before having to retire due to health reasons.

     Besides her husband she is survived by two brothers Leo Agnew of Northborough, Timothy Agnew of Clinton, three sisters; Pamela Agnew of Clinton, Debra Baldelli of Westborough,  Brenda Petske and her husband Jeffrey of Cocoa Beach Fla., her sister and brother in law Donna and Richard Metivier of Worcester, many nieces and nephews and her beloved puppy Dixie, that she adored very much.

     Cheryl loved her family very much especially all of her nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews.  She enjoyed yard sales, consignment stores, playing bingo, doing crossword puzzles.  Most of all she enjoyed going to Casinos.  She also loved to have family and friends get together for cookouts.

     Memorial contributions can be made to the UMass Cancer Center (ACC) Building Oncology, 6th floor North, 55 Lake Ave North, Worcester MA 01655

     The family would like to thank the doctors and nurses on 3rd floor at the University Campus and the ACC building oncology department for all they did for Cheryl.

     Funeral arrangements under the direction of the Short & Rowe Funeral Home ( are being planned for a later date.


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