Nov 16th 2016, 4:02:22
Sherry tried to fight to get better and then fought to make it home when it was obvious what the outcome would be. We got her home Saturday at 2 pm. At 8 pm that night her pain drugs for hospice arrived and by 8:20 she was resting comfortably. She went to sleep and never woke up.
The next evening she passed surrounded by loved ones.
Thank you everyone for the love and support throughout the last months and the past couple of days. You will never know how much it has meant to me. She touched a lot of lives within the games she has played the last couple of decades and those she worked with and always family first. Everyone was better for knowing her.
After spending almost all of our adult lives together I can't imagine a world without her.