Sherrie Lou Williams, 70, of Jacksonville, Arkansas passed away on Friday, July 30, 2021. She was born on July 13, 1951 in Corpus Christi, Texas to Darrell Leeland Nystrom and Barbara Belle Eyton.
She loved reading books, playing crossword puzzles, spending time with her family, and going to church.
Sherrie is preceded in death by her parents Darrell Leeland and Barbara Belle Nystrom; and brother Darrell Dean Nystrom.
She will be missed by her children Christopher Nystrom, Jana Thompson (Selena Middleton), Cassandra Andrews, Benny Shepherd, and Barbara Williams; bonus daughter Shalya Turner; grandchildren Kamren, Dustina, Savannah, Dynasty, Dasia, Diamond, Dominique, and Anytria; great grandchildren Margo, Novan, Harris, Oliva, Tylee, Aspyn, and Isiah; siblings Robyn Shanks (Todd), Lisa Darnall; nephews Joesph Dove, Michael Dove, Robert Dove, Spencer Houser, Jon Eyton, TJ Hearndon, Steven Darnall, and Jimmy Darnall; niece Amanda Hearndon; best friend of over forty years Connie; and friends Mikki, Renee; and her cat Mojo.
Visitation will be held on Wednesday, August 4, 2021 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas, 72076.
Arrangements are under the trusted direction of A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas, 72076. 501-982-3400.
You will be truly missed. RIP
Aunt Sherrie I don’t know we’re to begin I’m lost without you! The special times I had with you I hate that I even have to write this I love u so much and that will never change!!!
Thanks for making me laugh and feeling like part of your family. I love you and miss you.
You will be missed. Rest in the arms of Jesus sweet lady.
We all love you and will miss you greatly Sherrie. There wasn’t a single person you met that you didn’t embrace or make laugh with you witty humor. You always lit up any room you walked into, and now anytime we look up into the clouds of a dark and horrible day, still then, you will still continue to be the light that shines down onto everyone that you loved, and that loved you. Life won’t be the samevv no without you Sherrie but I know that this isn’t a final goodbye, but rather a See you later, because I know some day we will see you bright smiling face again, no pain no suffering just they amazing person we all will remember in our hearts for the rest of our lives here on this earth. We love you Sherrie Williams, Rest In Peace, and See you later.
What an amazing soul that has left our world
I only met you once, but you have left your print on this world to be amazing and caring
To not be too quick to judge and realize that we are made in the image of God himself! I didn’t know you long, but felt like family, like God himself intended.
I hope you enjoy the streets of gold and enjoy heaven and keep an eye out for us down here on earth!
A lovely lady and friend with a beautiful smile and a heart full of kindness. Rest In Peace Sherri my sister in Christ Jesus