Sherri  Turner

Obituary of Sherri Lynn Turner

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Sherri Lynn (Underwood) Turner went home to be with her heavenly father on February 6, 2022. Sherri was born July 15, 1958, to Norman Underwood Sr and Betty Ann (Chambers) Underwood in Evanston, Illinois. Sherri graduated from Zion-Benton Township Highschool in 1976. She was united in holy matrimony to James Turner on July 8, 1989. Sherri and James had three wonderful children, Brandon, Brittani, and Briana. Sherri was employed by True Value/Leader Hardware and Ace Hardware for many years. She enjoyed crafting, crossword puzzles, cooking, sewing, and spending time with her family. Sherri is survived by her husband, James R. Turner; children, Brandon J. (Elizabeth) Turner, Brittani S. (Robert) Emmons, and Briana L. (Taylor) Schott; grandchildren, Noah Rae Emmons and Adrian James Turner; siblings, Norman Underwood Jr, Terri (Monty) Underwood Crooks, and Janice Taylor; other relatives, Terrence Crooks, Tiaira Crooks, Taylen Crooks, Tristin Crooks, Sandra Adams, Samari Adams, Duane Adams, Karen Underwood, Dano Underwood, Mario Taylor and Michael Taylor Sr. and many other beloved cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, Norman, and Betty Ann Underwood and brother, Derek Underwood. Visitation will be held on Monday, February 14, 2022 from 10:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m., Funeral Service immediately following at 11:00 a.m. at Congdon Funeral Home, 3012 Sheridan Road, Zion, IL 60099. Interment will be at Mt. Olivet Memorial Park in Zion, IL.
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