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Sheri PARDI Sheryl (Sheri) Jean Biehl Pardi, 46 of Redmond, Washington, passed away on March 13, 2011. Sheri was born November 12, 1964 to Robert Eugene Biehl and Margaret (Peggy) Rose White Biehl in Ketchikan Alaska. Sheri is survived by her husband Tony Vincent Pardi, her children Miranda Renee and Matthew Vincent Pardi, her mother Peggy Biehl Beers, her sister Kelly Allyn and a large extended family. Sheri is predeceased by her father Robert Biehl and her sister Barbara Biehl Bates. After graduating from Interlake High School in Bellevue WA, Sheri began a career in banking, starting out as a teller. Her career in banking ended in mortgage lending as a loan processor. After banking she started her dream job by becoming a mom. Sheri loved being a mother and everything that went with it. Sheri spent countless hours actively supporting her children in all of their activities. When her daughter's soccer team needed a coach, Sheri volunteered even though she knew very little about the sport. In addition to coaching, Sheri also volunteered as a referee. She spent countless hours volunteering at the schools on Education Hill from elementary to high school. That was in essence, Sheri. If someone needed something, she was there to lend a helping hand. Friends and neighbors always sought her counsel. They knew they would get sound practical advice. Sheri volunteered for several years in many positions for Redmond West Little League. When not helping out behind the scenes, Sheri could be found behind the backstop at home plate in her chair with a scorebook in hand. She was an accomplished seamstress, but she loved designing and creating costumes for theater even more. She was the Costume Designer for Second Story Repertory Theatre for about five years. She also created costumes for other local theaters as well as the drama programs for Redmond Junior High and Redmond High School. It was no surprise that her favorite holiday was Halloween. Sheri's friends and neighbors knew her as a caring person that would do anything for anyone in need. She never said no and she hardly ever accepted a no when offering to help. While battling health issues for the last three years, her biggest concern was not for herself but the fact that she could not do more for others. Sheri was loved by many but most especially by her loving husband Tony, her beautiful children Miranda and Matt and her mother Peggy and sister Kelly. Sheri will be deeply missed by all who knew her. Sheri can best be honored not by making a monetary donation to a charity, but by volunteering your time to a neighbor in need or a school or sport that needs more volunteers. Sheri fully understood that it takes a village. Sign Sheri's on-line Guest Book at www.Legacy.com.
Published in The Seattle Times on Mar. 17, 2011
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