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Glenda Claxton Williams
A precious sweet soul, Sherry, you will be so missed! I’m honored to have known you and your sweet family❤️❤️❤️
Sherry, you will always be remembered as a wonderful person who had a big heart! You were so kind to all, You fed so many children and gave hugs when they needed it the most. To call you a friend was a privilege! To have you as a neighbor and consider you family was a blessing. You will always be loved and missed.
I'm sorry for your loss, sending prayers for family and friends.
So sorry for your loss. Keeping you all in my prayers.
I am so saddened to hear this. Deepest of thoughts ans prayers go out to Gregg and the family. God bless.
Ralph and Frances Watson
Greg and family, Sherry was a special lady and so and to everyone, you all are in our thoughts and prayers
Herbert +Leanne Kennison
Knew ,Sherry when school opened. Always pleasant. She will be missed
I worked with her in Food Service and she was the Best! She was the first manager I subbed for when I started. She was a great teacher on how to learn. She will be missed very much.
I will miss our Jimmy John’s sub lunches. Sitting and watching the waves roll in and out. But most of all I will miss our every morning conversation about our day ahead. You are one of my Closest friends and will take you in my heart all my days
Although I recently only got to know Sherry recently through my friendship with her daughter, Amy, I know what a wonderful person she was. She will be greatly missed by everyone who knew her. Sending my thoughts and prayers to the family.
Sherry was the best! She loved and cared about everyone she worked with, and most importantly, she cared deeply for the students we served. As a school counselor, I came to her frequently about kids not eating. She immediately made sure they ate- no red tape, just seeing they were cared for. She did this with employees too- made sure we were all fed with the best. Sending the Bell family much love and big hugs. The world feels this loss without her big heart in it. But, she left us with a piece by the amazing example she set. We are all carrying that love.
Samantha mamfy smith
I love you. Look out for Mema and Brinksy and all of us while you're up there. You will never be forgotten. Make daddies chocolate cake. Wish I was with you.
Sherry Ann Bell
Sherry Ann Bell, 59, of Yulee, Florida, passed away on January 2, 2024. Sherry was an incredible wife, mother, Ginny, sister, and friend.
Sherry’s proudest accomplishment was her family. Sherry married James Gregory Bell nearly 44 years ago, and together they have three children, Karen (Johnny), Amy (Dustin), and Corey (Ariel). While Sherry’s children were her joy, nothing compares to how she felt about being Ginny to her grandchildren, Adalee, Tucker, Sydney, and Teagan. She loved us, protected us, guided us and supported us every moment of every day, making sure we all knew without a doubt that we were loved by her. Her dedication to her family was evident in everything she did, and if you talked to her, you were sure to hear about her grandbabies.
In addition to her husband, children, and grandchildren, Sherry is survived by her siblings, Jean Blyler, Tammy Ruis, James Holland, Penny Francis, and Candace Turner, and was the favorite aunt to several special nieces and nephews. She is predeceased by her parents, Barbara Springs and Joe Cross, and her mother and father-in-law, Robert and Ouida Bell, grandparents Bud and Louise Hester, and nephew Joshua Blyler.
Sherry worked for Nassau District Schools Food Service for 38 years, where her work ethic was unmatched. She took so much pride in being able to feed the students in our community and enjoyed being able to watch multiple generations of students come through her schools.
Sherry enjoyed beach days, fishing, reading, gardening and cooking for everyone. She will be missed greatly, but the impact she has made on her family, friends, and community will live on far longer than any of us can comprehend.
Saturday, January 13, 2024, a visitation will be held at 10:00am, followed with funeral services at 11:00am, at the Oxley-Heard Burgess Chapel.