For many Sherry was and always will be remembered as the eternal mother. She had five children and several of her kids friends adopted Sherry as their mother. Always, when coming into her home she was ready with open arms, a kind word, and new foods to taste. Often members of her family remember how great she was in the kitchen and are grateful at the cooking lessons she passed down to other generations. She was also blessed with finding the true love of her life in her husband Art. They had thirty years of marriage together, thirty years of love that isn't often observed by many. To be in their presence was a gift. She had a great way at just captivating your attention for hours by her story telling. She loved to pass on stories of her family history. She believed passing down the family traditions and happenings by voice. So much so that one would feel like they knew the person she was talking about because of the great descriptions and detail she went to. She also lived many places in her lifetime and through those experiences she acquired many of her great talents. She lost her mother to cancer not so long ago and after her mother's passing Sherry slowly started to decline slowly. Then one day in August of last year she fell and injured her head. Five sad days later she passed away and we hope that she finally got to see all those that passed before her that she missed so much. Yes she is missed here by all whom she touched in her short 58 years of life, but one day we all know we will see her once again. Rest in peace dear eternal mother.