Sherry Mae Hall (Thrasher)

November 5, 1962 ~ February 27, 2022

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Sherry Mae Hall (Thrasher), 59, of Sturgis, MS received her Heavenly healing after a 2-year battle with lung cancer on February 27, 2022, in her home surrounded by family.

Sherry was born on November 5, 1962, in Wilson, AR to Berlon and Gayle Thrasher. Sherry grew up in Northeast Arkansas graduating from Luxora High School in 1981. She later moved to Sturgis, MS in 1996.

Sherry enjoyed spending time with her family and friends, trucking, crocheting, going to “the river” in Hardy, AR, and most of all spending time with her grandsons. Sherry is best known as Mawmaw which is the title she held best. She was a truck driver and dispatcher for Volume Freight for 18 years and a member of Friendship Baptist Church.

She is preceded in death by her grandparents, James and Vola Clifton and Emmitt and Maybell Thrasher; sister, Theresa Thrasher; and nephew, Joshua Bryant.

She is survived by her husband of 30 years Charles Hall of Sturgis, MS; son, Steven Victory (Erin) and grandson Tyler of Bono, AR; daughter, Keri Victory McDaniel (Ronnie) and grandsons Carter and Jase of Sturgis, MS; parents, Berlon and Gayle Thrasher of Manila, AR; sister, Rhonda Thrasher of Columbia, MS; and brothers, Berlon Thrasher Jr. of Luxora, AR and Frankie Thrasher of Manila, AR.

Sherry’s celebration of life will be held Thursday March 3, 2022 at Friendship Baptist Church in Sturgis, MS, visitation beginning at 10:00 a.m. with the service immediately following. There will be no graveside service.

1 thought on “Sherry Mae Hall (Thrasher)”

  1. Dear Thrasher family, one of the saddest things someone can experience is the death of a loved one. Did you know the Bible compares death to sleep? (Psalms 13:3) Just as a person who is asleep is unaware of what is happening around him, the dead are not conscious of anything. There is a promise of hope in the Bible. Our loving God has promised to awaken the dead, as if from sleep, and give them life again. Acts 24:15 says, “There is going to be a resurrection.” The bible offers comfort for those who are grieving and I hope this brings you comfort as well.


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