Sharolyn, I do not know you, but what a blessing to know that you are alive! I cannot imagine the joy your family must be feeling. Praying that you are able to keep fighting and conquering what you need to in order to live!
Distance and circumstances keep me from being there to celibate Sharolyns life, she's at eternal rest now no more suffering she's found peace at last
Words can't expess how i feel at the passing of my youngest son's mother, a part of me has gone with her, love you Cherl
To the Jackson Family. I knew Sheryl for many of years from Jr. 2 to adulthood. Sheryl was always a very nice person to see and converse with in our school years. She will be remembered just as so many others have been that have passed on in these short lived years. I would like to say to Pam and the rest of the Jackson family. "God will never ever put more on us than we can bear" Only God has the final call and when he sounds the trumpet for us return home only we the individual will hear it. Sheryl heard her trumpet and she gave up the fight and surrendered to a loving god as she knew and respected. Eternity is her home, peace is her solitude rest forever more in the precious arms of Jesus. Signed Dion Edwards "1 of Wilbur Sections Finest"
To the Family you have my deepest sympathy, Sharloyn affectionately known as Sheryl or to some Poopie was a sweet and kind person, who I called my best friend, there were a group of us that were close growing up in Wilbur Section we shared some good times together, she will be missed.
I am sorry to hear about the passing of Sheryl, she will be missed. Sheryl was a sweet and kind person who loved to laugh. There were five of us who we called best friends hanging out discovering life.
Kim Robinson Bernard