Sharon Kay ‘Sherri’ Cobb

Services will be announced at a later date for Sharon Kay ‘Sherri’ Cobb, 68, Lawrence. She died Thursday, October 17, 2013, at Lawrence Memorial Hospital.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to the Sharon Kay Cobb Memorial Education Fund, sent in care of the funeral home, 601 Indiana Street, Lawrence, KS 66044.

Messages & Condolences

From Karen and brittany Groenhagen, Barbara Sheldon...

Sorry to hear about your mothers passing. I want you to know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.


From Gregory Galloway, USAF (Ret)...

To The Cobb Family. I am sadden to learn of your loss. It has been many years since I last saw Sherri (New Jersey st), but she always seemed to be friendly. Please accept my condolences.
Gregory Galloway.

From Milton Bland...

Sorry to hear about Sherri. Joan and I send our condolences. You are in our prayers. Milton

From Shirley Anderson...

Sherry and I spent a lot of time together during grade school and Junior High. Even though she was a year younger than me, we had a lot in common and spent many years together in our dance classes doing tap, ballet, toe and acrobat. Our parents were good friends too. I am go grateful to her daughter, Kerry, for making it possible to spend a few minutes with Sherry on Tuesday morning, two days prior to passing away. Thank you Kerry. I have a lot of wonderful memories of your Mother. My prayers and thoughts are with you, your brothers and other family members.
Love, Shirley

From Jeniffer Trowbridge...

I’m sorry to hear about Sherri’s passing. I enjoyed working with her at Kmart. She will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

From Carol Guy...

I am so sorry to hear of Sherri’s passing. I went to school with her starting at New York school.

From Julie Black...

I moved into the house across from Sherri and Jerry’s in February of 2011. Sherri immediately made us feel at home in the neighborhood. She always had a smile and a wave ready. She will be greatly missed.

From Dennis G. Cannon...

Sherry was a favorite cousin; we grew up near each other starting in Joes, Colorado and ultimately moving to Lawrence. I’ll always remember Sherry’s special way to tell of her latest adventure especially when she talked about her family and their exploits. I am happy that she is reunited with all of her family that have gone before her.
Love Forever,

From Margaret...

I met Sherri when she first came into where I worked. Every other Thursday I waited on her and her ‘bestie’ Marilyn. Both were delights to chat with and get to know.

Sherri’s sense of witty humor will sorely be missed here on earth, but I am thinking God is the lucky one to have such an angel as Sherri up above.

From Betty Rose Smith Mitchell...

My thoughts and prayers are with each of you at this difficult time. Sherri was my first idol as a little girl. She was the first ballerina I ever knew. Her wit and sense of humor was always a delight and I always looked forward to hearing of her latest adventure. Told only as she could. She brought many laughs and I will miss her. May we all look forward to the day when all of us can be reunited with her.

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