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Sharyn Hagan

Sharyn Lea Hagan

Wednesday, July 3rd, 1946 - Thursday, April 2nd, 2020
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Vickie Evert

Posted at 08:55pm
When I was about 5 yrs old, my mom, my sister & my brother moved to Fla & lived with my aunt & cousins. We had lots of fun in that house with 7 kids, Sherri being the oldest. I thought she was the coolest person! She could get me to do anything. I remember one time she told me to eat some mud pie (REAL MUD) that we made & of course I did! . I am comforted by knowing that Sherri will be reunited with many loved ones now & be free of her worn out body that kept her from doing all she wanted to do. You will be missed. I love you Sherri.
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Judy Hall

Posted at 05:41pm
Sherri was my sister and the oldest of the four of us. We had many adventures growing up. She usually was the lead of our motley group and we followed along sure we were all innocent! She never met a stranger and was a friend to many. Sherri will be greatly missed. Love you Sissy.
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