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The Word of God speaks to knowing someone by their works. Kids don't become reliable and honest adults by good fortune or fate; children become what they're taught, and what they see. If you have kids, you know such teaching is a constant, consistent, even 'late at night when your falling down tired' absolute. Sharon's three sons are military veterans and professionals who have greatly contributed to our republic, and to their communities. They have instilled the teachings of kindness, integrity, hard work, giving, courage and compassion into their own children, as their Mother taught them. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I met Sharon in 1965. Her son Dale was new to our school, and I soon found that he had the coolest Mom around. This most unusual and talented woman was consistently upbeat, kind and positive. A spirit like hers is so rare, it always served to light up those around her. Many years ago my Mom was dying of cancer. Her every day was hard, especially knowing she probably would not recover. But her final weeks were made easier because Sharon was there with her; holding her hand, telling her wonderful stories, and making her laugh. My family was deeply moved by Sharon's kindness, and we will never forget. Sharon's kind, generous, adventurous and loving spirit lives on in her children, her grandchildren, and now her great-grandchildren as well. Her bright light clearly shines through the hearts of her family, and it will likewise shine through those who shall yet become.
Leon Rupe Jun 6 2007 12:00 AM
We would like to give our condolences to the family and friends of Sheri. Her lively spirit and huge smile will be greatly missed.
Kristen Pleau Jun 3 2007 12:00 AM
Sheri was so special and one of a kind. Her beauty, kindness and humor will be missed by all.
Sharon (Rupe) Jurgens Jun 2 2007 12:00 AM
Our condolences. Sharon will surely be missed by us.May God bless you during this time of sarrow. Love, Ann Lighht,John, Jennifer & girls
John Light & family Jun 1 2007 12:00 AM
We wish to extend our sympathies to the family of Echo (Sherrie Sorbello). She has been a joy to know and will be deeply missed. Sherrie always complimented me (Penny) on my drum playing on the Worship team at Calvary Chapel Davis. We grieve with you and pray for you. Gary and Penny Stockdale
Gary and Penny Stockdale Jun 1 2007 12:00 AM
Todd and I are praying for comfort for the Sorbello Family and all of Sherri's dear friends. She was a beautiful, "sparkley" lady and I know she will light up heaven. I am so glad I got to know her. I know she was best friends with her neighbor, Priscilla, and I pray for peace and comfort for Priscilla, too.
Barbara Hammond Jun 1 2007 12:00 AM
I am so very grateful to God for bringing Sheri and I together as Friends. Sheri was a friend as well as a spiritual mother to me. She was always there for me as I navigated through college and needed courage and support to continue forward and find purpose in life. Sheri was also a mighty Christian woman who would read the bible to me and share the joy of the Lord. She had unwavering faith in God and shared her spiritual light with everyone. My parents had an opportunity to meet Sheri and were blessed by her kindness and beautiful spirit. My mom always felt good knowing that I had a spiritual mother in Davis, California to guide me in the right direction. Sheri was a family member and very wise and full of good humor. I dont want to stop writing because I still have so much more to say. Although it saddens my heart to know that when I call Sheri's number she will not be physically there to pick up the phone, my spirit rejoices with the understanding that she has a perfect home in heaven and is experiencing pure joy. Sheri was a great artist and made the best popcorn balls and she referred to me as "her little daughter" and I say to you Sheri, "mama, I look forward to giving you a big hug when we see each other in heaven. Love your daughter, Gail
Gail Wallace May 30 2007 12:00 AM
It is with great sadness that I've learned of the passing of Sherrie, or as my daughter Noelle lovingly calls her,'Grandma Sherrie.' Sherrie will be sorely missed. Her contagious smile, her famous popcorn balls are out of this world. May God bless you, and may God bless Sherrie. Whoopee!!!
Aime Hylaris May 28 2007 12:00 AM