FAMILY-OWNED AND OPERATED SINCE 1912

Sherry Maye Lopez

Sherry Maye Lopez, formerly Sherry Taylor, 79, of Lewes, previously from Wilmington and Hockessin, transitioned peacefully on July 17 in the arms of her loving husband, Carlos Daniel Lopez. Born in High Point, North Carolina on July 6, 1940, Sherry was the daughter of the late Odell and Gulia George. In addition to her parents, Sherry was preceded in death by her twin brother Jerry and sister Laverne. Others left to cherish her memory include her four children: Margaret Helen Payne (Fred); Norris “Tiffany” Chubbs (Joe); Leslie Taylor (Weber) (Joseph Elk); and Allan Taylor (Sharron). She will also be missed by her grandchildren: Tara Taylor, Nicholas and Joshua Chubbs, David, Zachary, (Danielle), and Taylor Weber, Amber Kilmer (John), Robert Linley Dodd, Crystalin Dodd Patrick, Jonathan Andrew Allan Dodd, and Travis Post (Krystle). Great grandchildren are Dani, Zoey, River, Conner, Aiden, Elijah, Giovanni Jenna Rose, Alice, Lucas, Marissa and Melanie. Sherry was also loved by her stepchildren, Raquel Rogers (Joshua) and Ana Van Balen (Daniel).

Sherry was a member of Immanual Church in Wilmington and often volunteered to serve others. She earned a certificate in Alzheimer’s care and dedicated time to helping people afflicted with this condition. She loved to sing in services with passion. Sherry had an infectious smile and zest for life that touched everyone she met. Dressing fashionably and modeling at retail stores provided a special enjoyment to her.

Friends are invited to a celebration of life, to be held on Monday, July 29, at 10:30 AM at Sharptown Church, 3 Chapel Street, Pilesgrove, NJ. The location is 10 minutes from the Delaware Memorial Bridge in Pilesgrove (not Woodstown). If you wish to join the family for the luncheon afterward, please reach out to a family member via text or Facebook. Flowers may be sent to the church in her name.

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Submitted by Ruth Devine on
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To All of Sherry's Family, We all want to tell you how saddened we are to hear of Sherry's passing. We know she will be loved and missed by all of her family and dear friends. Please know we will continue to keep you in our thoughts and prayers. The Devine Family

Submitted by Brenda on
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I'm so sorry for your loss my brother and family. My sincere condolences. May our Lord grant you peace in this time of Sorrow. God bless you.

Submitted by Dan on
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In response to Ruth: Dear Ruth, thank you for your special condolence. Sherry often spike of you with fondness. Dan Lopez