Cheryl Watson Page

December 21, 1959 – March 4, 2020

Cheryl Watson Page, 60, of Austin, Texas passed on March 4, 2020. A 7th generation Texan born in Dallas, Texas on December 21, 1959 to Ernest “Steve” Watson and June Sherbet Watson, Cheryl was raised in Dallas and Fort Worth and graduated from the University of Arkansas with a degree in accounting in 1982. Cheryl earned her CPA license and practiced accounting in both Little Rock and Dallas. She married Tom Page in 1987 and they resided in South Dakota for ten years before relocating to Liberty, Missouri in 1997.

An excellent homemaker, she was an active member of the churches she attended and a dedicated community volunteer. Her compassion for children, young mothers, and animals was a driving force in her life, and she generously supported many organizations and charities with both her time and contributions. She returned to Texas in 2012 where she continued her volunteer work by becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate with the CASA organization, advocating for children in the foster care system.


She is survived by her daughter Emily Page of New York City; her daughter Dana Page Lucio (Frank) of Austin, TX; her former husband Tom Page of Liberty, MO; her father Steve Watson of Bryan, TX; her sister Julie Clark (Dan) of College Station; and her nephews Randy Clark (Meagan) of Bryan, TX and Jay Clark (Riley) of College Station. She was preceded in death by her mother, June Sherbet Watson, and her beloved grandparents Bill & Eleanor Sherbet and Ernest & Frances Watson.


Her family will always remember her generous spirit, caring nature, friendly disposition, quick wit, and the beautiful homes she created. A private memorial service will be held in Dallas, with inurnment at Restland Memorial Park. A service for friends and extended family will be held at Liberty Christian Church on March 28, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to CASA of Travis County (


  1. My heart hurts for this beautiful woman. I am so heartbroken for her family. Her passing has left a void in this world.

  2. I loved Cheryl very much, and my heart goes out to her family. Cheryl was assured of her salvation, and I look forward to the day when I will see my dear friend again.

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