Sweet family, Sherry’s wings were ready but our hearts were not! She radiated class and beauty! We will always remember her gorgeous voice. Heaven’s choir just got a spectacular voice! Her kindness, genuine beauty, and grace will be remembered always! Comfort to you, her family! May the Peace and Love of Christ embrace each of you every moment! We love you! Mike and Patti Waters
Michael and Patti Waters, September 16, 2021 Paige, we are so deeply sorry for your loss. Nothing can replace a mother's love, but know that we love you and are here for you if you need anything. With sincere condolences, Charlie & Brandy Charles & Brandy Reed, September 16, 2021 Sherry was one of the most genuine, kind and lovely souls that ever walked this earth. She was an inspiration and a comforter in times of trouble. I will miss her tremendously. May God bless and comfort her sweet family during this difficult time. Toni Wimberley , September 16, 2021 She was a very special person. Such a lovely lady. She use to have the English Dept Chairs over to her house during the summer and she made us lunch. She was a bright, positive person. Susan Chamberlain, September 15, 2021 Sherry was one of the most genuine and caring people I have ever met. She and I were as different as could be but some how we became great friends. I love her and will miss her dearly. Wishing peace to Andy and the family as I know that is what Sherry wanted. Shannon Martin, September 13, 2021 I have always admired Sherry for her leadership qualities, her beauty, her Christian lifestyle and her love of her family. She was such an inspiration to me while working in GISD and will be greatly missed by so many! Linda Diane Forbes, September 12, 2021 RIP Sherry Coleman you will be missed, remembered, and admired by the many you left behind. Peace and continued prayers for your beloved family. Susan Brunz, September 10, 2021 My thoughts and prayers are with you all. May God bestow each of you with His 'little blessings of remembrance' in your time of mourning. Such is my prayers for each of you... RCY
Rick Yaeger, September 9, 2021 It’s impossible to describe how wonderful Sherry was. We roomed together in college four years and not only shared a room, but lots of laughter, some boyfriend trouble tears, and personal stories. We vowed to stay in touch and we did. I thank God that he blessed me with such an amazing friend. I will continue to pray for her loving family that she adored. She will be greatly missed. Leanetta Glenn Allen, September 7, 2021 Sherry was a beautiful caring loving person. She will be missed. We are sorry we will miss the memorial service. We will be out of town. Our prayers and thoughts are with Andy and family.
Pat ,Bill,andChris, September 7, 2021 A loving and lovely person gone too soon. My love and sympathy to all of her family. Deb Hodges , September 7, 2021 To Andy, Ryan & Paige, This is such a hard time for all of you! We are very sorry you have to go through this very difficult time. Sherry was a rare jewel—beautiful inside and out! She brought so much beauty and joy to this world. We will all miss her sweet smile and beautiful voice. May God comfort and give you all strength in the days ahead! We send our love and prayers to all of you. Ron & Carolyn Ron & Carolyn Sunstrom, September 7, 2021 I’ve known Sherry since our time together at Calvary Baptist Church in Garland—we were young mothers at the same time. She was a true blessing as she graced me with her friendship. She taught me much and gladly shared her time, talents, and resources with me. As I followed her recent cancer journey, I was inspired by her rock-solid faith, her courage, and her willingness to share it. What a testimony! To her wonderful family—I share the ache in your heart, and I am praying for you. May our God wrap His loving arms of comfort around you. Sherry, I love you and will see you again in Heaven, dear friend!
Jan Clark, September 7, 2021 Sherry will truly be missed by all that knew her. And now heaven has a new voice to add to the choir. Ted Clark , September 7, 2021 Gone from us, but never forgotten . . . Cheryl DeJulius, September 7, 2021