Culpeper National Cemetery
Tuesday April 3rd, 2018
305 US Ave
Culpeper, VA 22701
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Celebrating the life of Sharon Williams
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Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the loss of your loved one. In the Bible, a man named Job raised the question: If an able-bodied man dies can he live again? Then he answered: I shall wait [in the grave] until my relief comes. [God] will call, and I myself shall answer. (Job 14:14, 15) What a joy it will be when that time arrives and the dead are reunited with their loved ones. Please visit JW.org for more bible based information.
Submitted by Leon family on Apr 11 2018 07:02:18 AM
I didn't see anything posted on the obituary page for her. NOT one word. Strange. I thought someone would have something posted about Sherri. Well, I'm going to post this about her Sherri. I met her for the first time when I was about 10 years old and we lived down in Crowfoot Bottom at the corner of Dixon Street and Charles Street. We all resided in the apartment building across from Yancey's store. Our apartment was on the right side of the hall and Sherri rented the last apartment on the left. One day Sherri was badly injured and I did not see her again until well after my adulthood. When she seen me, she knew who I was and called me by name, asked about my mother and uncle Freddie Brown. She had to coach me to get me to remember who she was. I then introduced her to my three children which made her feel old as she put it. Sherri had a hard time expressing her friendship to people and trusting. I understand about the trust issues, I was there at that part of her life. She had some good times and rough times in her life. She was always to good to me and the kids, Michael was her favorite. You would have to know about parts of her past to be able to figure what was going on with present. She strongly believed in our LORD and SAVIOR. Heaven, she said was there for us all, just take that step and repent everyday. Her grandsons were the most important people in her world. She would have given her life for them just by request. We all have some type of issues; how we deal with them and the people around you is what matters the most; as a friend I accepted Sherri. I pray she had a clear head and heart on her journey home.
Submitted by CYNTHIA ROGERS on Apr 9 2018 10:59:33 AM
CYNTHIA ROGERS lit a candle for Sharon Williams
CYNTHIA ROGERS lit a candle on Apr 9 2018 10:58:40 AM
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