A. Cheryl Narciso Zimmerman, age 79

of Weymouth

A. Cheryl Narciso Zimmerman, age 79

A. Cheryl (Sampson) Narciso Zimmerman, age 79, a longtime resident of Weymouth, died peacefully, Friday, February 2, 2024 in the comfort of her home, surrounded by her loving family.

Cheryl was born in Waltham, to the late Pauline (Ferguson) and John E. Sampson. She was a graduate of Durfee High School in Fall River, Class of 1962. She lived in Weymouth for over forty-five years.

Cheryl was a popular waitress for many years at the former Hearth ‘n Kettle Restaurant in Weymouth, where she made many lasting friendships.

She was proud to be the cheerleading coach for the Weymouth Pop Warner Football for over twenty years.

Cheryl was a devoted mother and grandmother, supporting the many activities and accomplishments of her children and grandchildren. She enjoyed travelling, vacations, cruises, trips to Foxwoods, and most especially, spending time with her family.

Devoted mother of Albert D. Narciso, Angela Perkins and her husband Jeffrey, and Annette E. Narciso, all of Weymouth.

Loving grandmother of Alayna, Arianna, Tyler, and Trevor.

At the request of the family, a celebration of Cheryl’s life will be held at a later date.

For those who wish, donations in Cheryl’s memory may be made to New England Wildlife Center, 500 Columbian Street, Weymouth, MA 02190.


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  • If you knew Annette you know that Gubba is the most important person in her life. Annette lived to bring her mom joy and peace and that carried through right until the end. Gubba was funny, kind, beautiful, and had the best sense of humor. Getting to go to the casino with her was definitely a lifetime highlight and I know she will be up in heaven with an endless supply of pennies for those penny slots. To the family, I love you so much and I hope you have some sort of peace knowing she left earth being surrounded by people she loves and her own terms.

  • To all of Cheryl’s family I send my love and prayers! You are All in my thoughts during this difficult time! May your memories give you strength! 🙏🏻❤️ Kathie Bendix

  • My thoughts are with the family and all those who are grieving this great loss. ((HUGS))

  • May Cheryl Rest in Eternal Peace. She was a great person and wonderful to know. She used to always text me articles about grape leaves. I used to love running into her at places, especially Foxwoods. She will always be remembered 🙏🏻❤️

  • i love you and miss you gubba, it’s not the same without you <3 will forever miss our daily goodmorning and goodnight messages.

  • Cheryl I have to say I absolutely loved working with you so chilled and such a great woman. Thanks for the invite to foxwoods with the kids Ryan had a blast with his whoopee cushion on the bus,lol.
    Also for always looking forward to me bringing the Donuts from Donut King the best eva. Have fun up there see you again. 😘 Look over those beautiful kiddos. Such great kids

  • It was an honor to have known and worked with Cheryl. She was patient, kind and funny, and she loved her family fiercely. The world was a better place with her in it. She was steady as a rock—truly an inspiration to me and so many other people. That impish smile! She always reminded us to look for the humor in life. Those calming eyes! She emanated serenity,
    I am heartbroken that she is gone—I really had convinced myself that she would always be here.
    I guess, that in her own quiet way, she will.

  • I knew Gubba when the kids were little. I absolutely loved her. I loved her stories, she was so much fun to be around. ! I marveled at how much she loved her family. She was just the nicest woman! I know she is resting in sweet peace. I hope she’s dancing with Dion now! <3 RIP GUBBA

  • Cheryl was an amazing person she made working at the hearth n kettle a blast. The way she would light up talking about all her kids and what they were up to and grandchildren they were the light of her life. She has the most amazing stories and she definitely loved each day out as if it was her last. The memories of working with her and Erin will forever be in my heart. May you rest in the sweetest peace and I hope your still having amazing adventures Cheryl.