Sherry Elizabeth (Robson) Taylor
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Sherry Elizabeth (Robson) Taylor

March 26, 1956 - April 10, 2018

Sherry passed away peacefully with her daughter and daughter-in-law by her side. Predeceased by her mum, Audrey and dad, Michael; Sherry is survived by her daughter Devon (Jill), grandson William, sisters Sally and Susan (Roland Sr), and 5 nieces and nephews - Roland Jr, Stephen (Amanda), Kendal, Brent (Dana) and Bryce. Sherry was always happiest when she was with her family.

Sherry had a feisty spirit that never dampened, regardless of what life threw her way. Her sense of humour, naughty nature, dirty laugh, infectious smile, and heart of gold made her a one of a kind woman.

The last year of Sherry's life was full of joy thanks to her grandson, William. William adored his Nana and her 'Hooray's!' will live on with 'her boy.'

Sherry poured herself into philanthropy for 30+ years, leaving an un-paralleled legacy behind her. She volunteered for organizations such as BC Children's Hospital, Vancouver Museum, York House School, Marpole Women's Auxiliary, and BC Lupus Society.

Sherry had an illustrious career in the jewelry industry. She started at Birks, moved to Gold Craft Jewelers, and eventually became a Corporate Buyer at Grassie Jewelers purchasing giftware, tableware and fine crystal. Sherry also designed countless pieces for her friends and family, possessions that they will treasure forever.

Thank you to the friends, caregivers, and healthcare providers who showed endless dedication to Sherry throughout her life. She had an incredible support system.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the BC Lupus Society (www.bclupus.org).



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Published in Vancouver Sun and/or The Province from Apr. 21 to Apr. 22, 2018.
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June 29, 2018
Just heard about Sherry's passing. Can't believe it. Tough funny lady. Many laughs were had at the Galiano estate. Rest in peace Sherry.
David Patterson
May 4, 2018
I am so sad to hear about the passing of such a wondering person. Sherry was always so full of life and laughter. May she rest in piece.
Lisa Ng
May 3, 2018
Sherry was an example to all of us to live life to the full, come what may. She had a great sense of fun and a wonderfully generous spirit. She will be missed. Condolences to Devon and family.
Eve Hunnings
May 1, 2018
Sherry was in my English class in 1972, when she was Head Girl, and I came to know her well, as she was active in so many activities. She was wise beyond her years, giving thoughtful and mature insights to a variety of school matters. Sometimes she seemed to be a member of staff, which amused us. She shone with integrity and was a model for younger students and a credit to the school.
And as I recall, she was a member of a particular 'lively' bunch of girls.

Allison Sullings, Vancouver
Allison Sullings
April 30, 2018
Dear Davon and family,
What a wonderful lady. She had so much energy and wonderful spirit. THANKYOU for sharing her with so many of us.
April 28, 2018
I'm very sorry to hear of Sherry's passing. I will always have special memories of our summers in Inkaneep.
Bruce Howden
April 27, 2018
Dear Devon and family,
I am so sorry for your loss. Your comfort will come from the wonderful memories that will keep Sherry alive in your hearts.
Nicole Clement
April 27, 2018
Dear Devon and family,
When I think of your mom it's difficult to suppress a smile and a chuckle. What a unique character. So brave and cheerful. Such inner strength. Hilarious and mischievous. Giving, giving always giving. Devon, your mom was someone who astonished me and a woman I admired. I was so sad to hear of her passing. My deepest sympathies.
Janet England
April 23, 2018
Dear Devon, Jill and Family
We loved your mom and enjoyed every minute we did get to spend with her on various YHS projects. Our daughter was honoured to win the Spirit Award in her name. Your mom raised the YHS market to new levels and people wanted to volunteer because she was so fun to work with! Devon, she was so proud of you and it must have been nice to have her in your corner since she was such a fan and "why not" kind of person. Our thoughts are with you. We will never forget her.
Jean & Chris
Jean Scribner
April 22, 2018
Dear Devon,
Although we have never met I feel I know you !
Your mom was so very proud of you and loved you to bits !
I first met Sherry at Sunday School ! To say we kept our Sunday School teacher on her toes would be a understatement! Although, our paths did not cross often over the passing years it was always a treat when they did !
The comfort of having a friend may be taken away, but not that of having had one . Seneca ( 4 B.C. - 65 A.D. )
Jane ( Andrews ) Manning
April 22, 2018
Dear Devon and Family,
I was so sadden to hear that Sherry had passed away. What an incredible life she led! I will always remember the first day I met her at York House in 1994 and the friendship we had over the 23 years that I worked at York House. She was a role model to all that knew her; she taught us how to live one's life to the fullness and she overcame her life challenges by giving back to society with her tireless dedication to volunteerism. I will never forget her and my thoughts are with you and your family.

With deepest sympathies.
Lana Gustavson
April 21, 2018
Your Mom was so loved by so many and will be remembered by all who knew her. She was an extraordinary human being and friend. Her fierce determination and strong will boded well for her through the years. We love you Sherry and are better people for having known you. Patti & Craig Dunbar
April 21, 2018
Sherry was a spirit leader with an infectious bubbly personality The world's lost a good one --- "uncle "Ray Dixon
April 21, 2018
Dear Sherry, we will all miss you so much.
Your outgoing sense of right and wrong made
such an impact on our lives. Be free my lady.
Canteen, GPC
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