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Everheart, Sherri L.

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October 5, 1968 - September 27, 2014

Everheart, Sherri L.

Sherri passed away Saturday, September 27, 2014 in Little Elm, Texas.  Sherri was born in Bellevue, Nebraska on October 5, 1968.

Sherri lived life to the fullest and enjoyed cooking, entertaining, traveling, and spending time with her family and friends.

She and her husband Brian traveled to many places where many memories were formed.  Some of her favorite destinations were their Rockin’ E Ranch in Oklahoma, Lake City, CO and Las Vegas, to name a few.

Over the last 9 years, she was the Human Resources Director for Manhattan Software where she was highly thought of, respected and valued as an employee.

She is survived by her husband of 11 years, Brian J. Everheart, her mother, Kathy Wondra, father, Steve Baburek, of Mexico, sister Shelley Bragg and husband Todd, sister Christine Scott and husband Cory, brother Michael Baburek and wife Jamie, and brother Alan Baburek, all of Nebraska, mother in law Suzanne Everheart, sister in law and brother in law Stacy and Todd Burns of Flower Mound, along with numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and many loyal friends.

Memorial Service will be on Friday, October 3, 2014, 3pm at Grace Avenue United Methodist Church  3521 W Main St, Frisco, TX 75034. 

Details for the memorial service in her hometown of Plattsmouth NE will be updated here soon.

In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to Grace Avenue United Methodist Church (http://www.graceavenue.org/), McKinney SPCA (http://www.spca.org/PerryShelter), or the National Breast Cancer Foundation (http://www.nationalbreastcancer.org/triple-negative-breast-cancer).

 

Arrangements are under the direction of:
Aria Cremation Service & Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas 75252
214) 306-6700

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chanda stehlik

August 02, 2015 1:35AM

Sherri and I met as teenagers while working together in Plattsmouth, and became fast friends. Well, maybe not too fast. She once told me that she tried really hard to hate me since I was dating her old boyfriend, but she just couldn't do it, LOL! We weren't going to let that get in our way! She was a really good person like that! I remember cruising Main with her in her car (Monte Carlo???), windows down, music blaring. Sherri always had her left leg cocked up, resting on the seat of the car while she drove. Funny what you remember. We had a lot of fun together before she moved to Texas. While we sadly lost touch, I will always remember her fondly. She was just so full of life, had such a big, toothy smile. Shoot, she even kinda smiled when she cried, sweet girl. I also remember the bounce in her step and the 'wiggle' in her head when she spoke. I loved her great big laugh, where she'd throw her head back. I really miss our friendship. To the husband and family, I am so very sorry for your loss. It just shouldn't be this way. She will be missed immensely.


Maria Stokes

October 21, 2014 10:24AM

I am the retirement plan advisor on the Manhattan retirement plan and as such I had the pleasure to work with Sherri for several years. It was an honor to work with her. She had a great personality and sense of humor. Her family and friends are in my thoughts and prayers. I am sorry for your loss. Maria Stokes


The Kindred Family

October 14, 2014 4:14AM

We send our heartfelt sympathy to you and your family for the loss of Sherri. With each new day may God give you the strength (Ps.34:18) and help needed to cope with such a deep loss.


Anne Hardy

October 06, 2014 10:30AM

My heart goes out to Brian and all Sherri's family. I am so glad I knew Sherri, her contagious laughter, sp caring and smiling demeanor. May happy memories abound!


Martin & Roberta Kennedy

October 05, 2014 8:18PM

We were shocked & saddened to hear about Sherri's passing. Our thoughts & prayers are with the whole family. May she rest in peace.


Jack Neal

October 04, 2014 4:38PM

I'm so very sorry for your loss Brian...My prayers go out to all of you.


Johnny & Sherilee Thach

October 03, 2014 10:41AM

Sherri- you were the light for all of us. Your smile, your laughter will always be with us. God made you so special - your heart was made of gold. Everyone will miss you and think about what a wonderful person you were. We are so glad that you are at peace- I know that one day we will meet again.

God be with Brian as a new journey is facing him. We pray for the whole family that we remember Sherri as such a beautiful person inside and out.

Brian, we love you and you know you are part of our family.


Jim Carter

October 03, 2014 8:01AM

Sherri, your laugh was infectious and your strength and courage an inspiration an inspiration for those that were blessed to cross your path in life. I cherish the times spent together, and those memories will only be sweetened through time, until our paths cross again.


Irene Caccavallo

October 02, 2014 9:56AM

I got to know Sherri a little bit through my sister-in-law, Debra. She sounds like a remarkably strong woman. So sorry for your loss.


Ember (Gogerty) Davis

October 01, 2014 2:03PM

My deepest sympathies are with you, Brian, and your family, as well as with you, Shelley, and Sherri's family. Sherri and my sister, Dawn, went to school together and were great friends. I am so sorry for your loss.

Blessings,

Ember & Scrappers


Sherry Harper

October 01, 2014 12:29PM

Sherri you were a beautiful light in this earthly life. I so admire your strength and humility. You are forever in our hearts. RIP sweet lady.
John 3:16


Kathy Felps

October 01, 2014 11:47AM

My deepest sympathies go to Brian, her family and friends for their loss. No words can express the loss of someone so special and so full of life. I was blessed to know her and will keep her in my heart forever.


Richard Tiffin

October 01, 2014 10:53AM

My thoughts and prayers are with Brian and all of the family. I'm so sorry for your loss; all of our loss. I was so Blessed to have had Sherri in my life, even if only for a few short years. She was bigger than life, with a smile and personality that filled any room, laughter that could brighten any day, and kindness that would touch you right to your soul; one of the most amazing people I've ever known. Her continuously positive attitude and fighting spirit always encouraged so many of us around her. With her loss, my heart is so heavy with sadness, though I know Heaven is a lot brighter, happier, with Angel Laughter echoing abound. You will be forever missed, my friend. Thank you for all of the great times and cherished memories held close to my heart. I'll always love you, my dear friend. Rest in Peace. Love you, Brian.


Wendy Rossow

October 01, 2014 8:58AM

I'm sorry for her passing. I knew her from school.


Cathy Connell

October 01, 2014 8:36AM

I am so glad I got to see you at the fundraiser. You are an inspiration to everyone. Rip my friend.


Zaida Mora

October 01, 2014 7:08AM

Thank you Sherri for sharing your light, love and smile with us. You will be truly missed. You are now a beautiful angel shining down on us. My sincerest condolences to Sherri's family. May you find strength and peace.


Sherra Wagner

October 01, 2014 5:26AM

Sherri was so loved and will be missed everyday. We should all live our lives as fully as she did. A truly beautiful spirit who will always be in our hearts.


Beth Bell

October 01, 2014 5:09AM

Sherri and I have worked together for several years and we have been friends but Sherri and I had a special connection recently, we both had cancer. We understand things sometimes without saying it. What it felt like to be told you had cancer. That terrible feeling when you had to tell your family. That frustration to have to go to the doctor over and over again. That first time you were asked at the hospital, ‘what are we treating you for today?’ and you had to say the words, ‘I have cancer’. I told Sherri on many occasions that I felt guilty because my cancer was easy and hers was so hard. And, in typical Sherri fashion, she immediately dismissed my fears and it became about her caring for me when she was going through so much. Since I had cancer, I have decided that I would run charity races with causes. I would run for breast cancer awareness and send Sherri a text on the morning of my race telling her that I was running for her and that I was praying for her. She would promptly respond with these very sweet texts telling me how much she appreciated what I was doing and how humbled she was with my actions and sometimes how much she needed to hear that I was doing something for her. Again, the guilt would come back that she was having such a rough time and I was feeling so well and again she would celebrate with me that my cancer was gone and she was fighting hers hard. Sherri was the must selfless person I have ever known. I know that countless people could tell stories just like this one of times where Sherri gave to each of us in our need and dismissed hers so easily when we needed her. I went to my doctor for a check-up this week and was telling my nurse how we lost Sherri this past week and how sad I was. We talked about the races I run and how it was going to be hard knowing that I wouldn’t get that ‘thank you’ response from Sherri when I texted her. My nurse told me that Sherri would now be the wings on my back when I ran as she would always be with me in my attempt to make a difference. Although it sounds silly, it sounds like something Sherri would say because she was always about us and never about herself. Sherri, I will miss your laughter. I will miss that spirit of fun and friendship that you brought to each of the times that we were all together for work or for fun. I will miss hearing your voice so much. Most of all, I will miss that connection I felt with you that you just understood, without me saying anything. I love you Sherri and I look forward to seeing you again in heaven. I will have so much to tell you.


Tia Sparks

October 01, 2014 4:00AM

Sherri, you were by far one of the strongest women I have ever met. You fought this horrible disease longer than anyone should have to and I always admired your positive attitude through it all. You were such an inspiration to me and everyone you came in contact with and will be dearly missed!


Carl Bradberry

October 01, 2014 2:05AM

I'm sorry my brother. I love you.


Linda Stavropoulos

September 30, 2014 11:25PM

You were one of the very first friends I made when I moved to the USA and started working at Concentra. Always smiling, kind and generous. Loved bumping into you at DFW when we flew around the countryside. Thank you for blessing my life. Heaven has definitely gained another angel. My condolences to your family.


Andrea Linville

September 30, 2014 11:09PM

I will miss your contagious smile...I can still hear your laughter and see the bounce in your walk. I will continue to wear the James Avery ring you gave me in remembrance of you sweet friend. Until we meet again.


Cheri

September 30, 2014 10:28PM

Prayers going to you Brian and your family.


Tal and Tamera White

September 30, 2014 7:33PM

We are so saddened by the loss of a truly amazing women who touched so many with her strength and positive attitude.


Tim Workman

September 30, 2014 3:40PM

Your smile, laugh and strength will be dearly missed. You were an inspiration to everyone who's life you touched.


Carol Cunningham

September 30, 2014 3:29PM

I am sorry to hear of Sherri's passing. My thoughts and prayers to her family during this time.