Sherry Ann Myers
Mrs. Sherry Ann Myers, age 62, of Sulphur Springs, went peacefully into the arms of her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Saturday, August 31, 2019 at her residence after a long battle with cancer.
Survivors include her husband of 44 years, Chris Myers; daughters and sons-in-law, Heather & Scott Newton and Jill & Jonathan Fox; granddaughters, Ashlyn & Nicollette Newton, Harper & Kennedy Fox; parents, Rev. Phillip & Beverly Graeber; sisters and brother-in-law, Susan & David Cannon; and several special aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.
She was a member of Trinity Church of the Brethren.
Mrs. Myers enjoyed spending time traveling with her husband, spending time with her daughters and sons-in-law, but most of all enjoyed cuddling, singing, baking and watching all her granddaughters grow.
Funeral services will be conducted 7:00 pm Thursday, September 5, 2019 at Trinity Church of the Brethren with Pastor Scott Kinnick and Rev. Phillip Graeber officiating. The family will receive friends from 4:30-7:00 pm Thursday prior to the service and other times at the residence.
Honorary pallbearers will be Kevin Myers, Danny Schapeler, Dustin Schapeler, Peter Flood, Jason Flood, Andrew Myers, Joseph Myers and Matthew Myers.
Leave an Eulogy or Condolence for Sherry Ann Myers
EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES
Sherry and I worked together for many years. I
miss her every day.
Larry and Betty Barr
So sorry to hear about your loss. Just
found out about it or we would have been
there. We are keeping the family in our
prayers. Know that God will be your
Rest in peace sweet Sherry. You will be missed. Loved you for 44 years, you are my sister.
Sherry will be greatly missed by her church
family. We have enjoyed many years of laughter
and joy at Trinity, especially teaching the
children's Sunday School class and youth outing.
She was a dedicated, hard working church member
who served the Lord. I hope you all find comfort
in knowing that she is no longer suffering and
know that she is in a much better place. Love you
- Phil, Bev, Chris, Heather and Jill. You will
remain in my thoughts and prayers.
I had the pleasure of working with Sherry for the past fewyears, but it was an honor to call her a friend. We shared in our fight with cancer and through her bravery she helped me see there was always a brighter side. Words cannot express the sadness I have for all those who love Sherry. She will be missed dearly.
Joycee (Jacobsen) Novak
I had the privilege to be friends in high school. Driving around
in her Volkswagen needle. We had a lot of fun! I remember
when she met Chris and was in love instantly. I live a long way
away but all the family will be in my prayers. She was a
wonderful woman. She will be missed!
Jill and family, I am so sorry for the loss of your
mother, grandmother, and wife. If I can help you in
anyway please give me a call. We are praying for
Mary Lou Couch
I had the joy of being friends with Sherry for 51 years. We
shared lots of laughs, concerns, and tears. Because of the
various moves we made there were some years we didn’t get
to see each other. When we would meet up again it was
always like we had never been apart. Those kind of friends
and friendships are rare. I feel blessed to have called Sherry
my friend. Looking forward to when we meet again in a much
I love you so much Sherry! You were my work mom and I am
gonna miss you so much! You are now in heaven with God
and you have your wings at last. 143!