BELCOURT DARBY, Sherry May
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B. Mus B. ED Nee Lastiwka
November 25, 1943 – December 18, 2012
Sherry's battle with Parkinson's disease and cancer is now over December 18, 2012. She may now rest in peace.
Sherry spent over 35 years in the Real Estate industry and was well respected as an industry leader, and for her dedication and professionalism. She believed in further education and she was an instructor for the Canadian Real Estate Association, the Alberta Real Estate Association and the REALTORS® Association of Edmonton. Sherry served as RAE President in 1997, was President of Edmonton Realtor Charitable Foundation in 2000, and AREA President in 2006. Sherry was a life member in both AREA and RAE and was RAE REALTOR® of the Year in 2002. Sherry was a tireless volunteer and served as a Governor on the Alberta Real Estate Foundation until earlier this year when her health failed her. Sherry was Broker and co-owner of Coldwell Banker Panda Realty with her husband Tom. Sherry had her degree in Music and Education and taught in the public school system before her career in real estate.
Her memory will be held dear by her husband, Tom Darby, daughters Gigi Belcourt, Sandra Veer (Jeff) Sheri Darby (Jason Rastovski) sister Judy Chapman (Ken) Nephew Jake Chapman. Baba will be lovingly remembered by her grandchildren Kristen and Alex Veer and Paige Rastovski and by her many friends, industry colleagues and especially her staff at Panda Realty.
We would like to thank all the staff of the Edmonton General Hospital, Palliative Care Unit 9Y for their loving care and assistance in her final days.
Sherry has requested there be no services. Donations in memory of Sherry may be made to the REALTORS® Community Foundation 14220 – 112 Avenue, Edmonton, T5M 2T8 780-452-1135 The REALTORS® Community Foundation supports projects involving, shelter, homelessness, hunger, crime prevention and special projects.
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Published in The Edmonton Journal on Dec. 22, 2012