Sherry Lee Davis (Elliott)
(1963 - 2009)

Profile:
Sherry Lee Davis (Elliott)

Birth:
Arizona, United States of America
November 5, 1963

Passing:
Arizona, United States of America
June 25, 2009


Candles
Hey Mom, its almost 5 years now and I miss you more and more! It was hard not seeing you at graduation but I know you were on my shoulders. I wish you were by my side through the good and bad,to watch me grow, and to experience new things
I love you
Chris Davis
June 14th, 2014
Hey Mom. Just wanted to tell you that I am in college now, and am almost a junior. I have a girlfriend now named Tia, and Monday is our two year anniversary. I think you would have loved to meet her. I miss you so much Mom. I love you.
Matthew Davis
January 17th, 2013
Sherry,
You were a true "Hockey Mom" and will be missed terribly. Thanks for always making me feel like one of the Moms! God bless and may you rest in peace.

Gretchen VanZeebroeck
Gretchen VanZeebroeck
July 2nd, 2009
Sherry: You will be so surely missed!Our family will always cherish the memories we have of you and your wonderful family. The long ago days of cheering for our boys at hockey games and the fun road trips we all took will forever stay in our minds
Mike and Michelle Targun The Targun Family
July 2nd, 2009
Sherry,
We were shocked and saddened to hear of your passing. You will be missed by so many people. You were a great Hockey Mom, always helping and cheering the team on! May God be with you and your family. Rest in Peace!
Love, The Kopers
heidi koper
July 2nd, 2009
Sherry, You treated me well and you touched my heart deeply. I am happy that I got to know you personally, and treated me as a part of your family. I have many happy memories with you and the boys. I will miss you and treasure your kindness forever.
Jacob Hernandez
July 2nd, 2009
Mom,
its so hard to describe the feelings that i have and the thoughts i am thinking. I love you so much and i hope you are in good hands now.
I love you so much and nobody can ever change that. I will miss you.
I love you.
Matthew
Matthew Davis
July 2nd, 2009
Sherry, Girl you sure will be missed! I will miss laughing with you at tournaments & practices especially as we plotted the demise of our arch nemesis! I know you are looking over your family but know all of us hockey moms will be watching too!
susan head
July 2nd, 2009
Sherry, I cant begin to find the words to tell you what a wonderful friend you have been to me. Being mothers of multiples we had a special friendship that brought us together 14 years ago. You will always be in my heart. Love Pam Wall
Pam Wall
June 30th, 2009
Sherry,
I met you only once, however, I remember the sound of your laugh, the passion for your boys and their sport, the cheerleader you were for the entire team, your funny comments, charm as well as your spirit.

In angels arms you rest.
Krystal Young
June 29th, 2009
mom i will miss you soooooooooooooo much i hope your doing good up there
we will love you so much always and forever

chris davis
R.I.P MOMMY
chris davis
June 29th, 2009
Sherry,
You were always so giving of yourself and your time to others. We are deeply saddened to have lost you. Rest in peace knowing we all will support and love your boys like our own.

Sue Johnson
Sue Johnson
June 29th, 2009
Sherry, you were a sister to me and a mother to Zach and Rachel. I could always count on you to come to my rescue. I so wish I could have been there in your greatest time of need. I love you, sistah and I will miss you. God Bless you!
Robin Dieman
June 29th, 2009
Sherry, I will never forget your kind words, reassuring hugs and warm smile that you gave me through my rough times this past year.
May God do the same for you.
God bless you and your wonderful family.
You will never be forgotten
Scott Anderson
June 29th, 2009
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