Sherri Boyce, 66, of Little Rock passed away on December 13, 2018. She was born on September 18, 1952 in Portland, Oregon to the late Merel and Jeanne Boyce.
She was loving sister and friend to many and she will be missed dearly. Sherri worked as a Supervisor for Xerox for many years.
Sherri leaves behind her sisters Valeri and Vicki Boyce, a brother David Boyce, a cousin Lori Simmons and a dear friend Dee Engelby as well as many friends.
Arrangements have been entrusted to A Natural State Funeral Service, Jacksonville, Arkansas. 501-982-3400.
Vicki, I am so sorry for your loss. Please know you and your family are in my prayers. Hugs.
On behalf of the Hall High School Class of 1970, Sherri’s classmates and I extend our sympathies to her family and friends.
I’m so sorry for your loss. I have thought about Sherri often in recent years. Lots of good memories. I know she has found peace and happiness that is everlasting.
Vicki, I am so sorry to hear about Sherri. I had not seen or spoke to her since our Hardin Bale elementary school years, but remember vividly playing “house” at her Broadmoor Dr house. I lived up on the top of the hill. So very, very sorry.
Valeri, Vicki, and David, I am so sorry to hear of Sherri’s passing. She was my first friend in church after we moved to Little Rock, and we remained friends all through high school. We had many fun times together and she will be missed.
I have wonderful memories of Sherri at Arkansas Tech Band Camp for 6 years. We didn’t go to the same school, but we both played clarinet, so we had lots of friendly competition. May all of her loved ones find comfort and peace.
I am so sorry to hear about Sherri’s passing. We have fond and fun memories of hanging out with her and your family, especially at church and in the neighborhood. My sister Diane and I want to express our deepest condolences. May peace be with you.
I love you to the moon and back Sherri Bee Elvis! I miss you like crazy! You taught me a lot my sweet protector and friend. Fly high my Angel. No more pain. I know you’re with Mom Dad and Chance now. Til I see you again, I love you and you’re with me always big sister x
You were a very close friend and the sweetest soul in my Life it hurts to know You died alone But Gods will never gives a time , You shall be Missed always , Hugs and HUGS to Sour and spread those wings .
I met you through Debra and found you be Beautiful and Smart , easy going , and full of Life ! Peace to You on your Journey to those who have passed before You Rest in Peace and To Your Family I send Peace and Light !
Valeri and Vicki, I’m so sorry for your loss. She loved you so much and felt so protective of you as you were growing up. I know you were a big help to her in these last years too. You probably don’t remember me. We were close friends due to music activities (I played flute) in Little Rock and at years of band camps (with Linda Lincoln too). I remember always the way she made me laugh. I saw her in LR on visits back to family, saw her in New York when the All City Band came to play there her senior year, in San Francisco by happenstance when she worked at the airport, and most recently in 2009 when I came back for my high school 40 year reunion. I know she was struggling with health issues, but somehow I thought I would see her again if I could make it to the 50th reunion this year. I’m so sorry to learn she is gone.
I may have some photos and letters, let me know how to contact you if you’d like to have or see them.