Scheryl Lynn “Sherry” Stevens - Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Homes & Crematory

Scheryl Lynn “Sherry” Stevens

January 28, 1956 - December 4, 2020

Scheryl Lynn “Sherry” Stevens, age 64, of Newark, DE, passed away on Friday, December 4, 2020.

Born on January 28, 1956 in Wilmington, DE, she was a daughter of the late Jack B. and Delores “Dee” Mae (Truby) Bryan. She attended Newark High School and worked for many years at a local cleaning company. Sherry was an avid reader, and had a passion for Danielle Steele books. She enjoyed being a homemaker and especially loved cooking for her family. In her leisure time, she played computer games and watched game shows. Of all the music she was fond of, her favorite song was “Free Bird” by Lynyrd Skynyrd.

Sherry is survived by her children, Lisa Kisthardt-Moulton (Dean), Nichole Stevens (Kenneth Gritten), and Curtis Stevens; sister, Janice Hanby (Bob); former husband, Malcom Stevens; grandsons, Edward Garrett, Tony Garrett, and Jeremy Gritten; 5 great grandchildren; several nieces and a nephew.

All services will be held privately.


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15 Condolences for Scheryl Lynn “Sherry” Stevens

  • Mom I love you and will miss our morning talks with coffee. You were one crazy lady. You will be missed.

  • R.I.P Mom love and miss you

  • You are loved by everyone that knew you.
    RIP you will never be forgotten. I remember when we would go dancing and free bird would come on you would dance and sing to that song every time

  • I love you Aunt Sherry! You will be greatly missed by everyone. Till we meet again…. 💜

  • So sorry for your loss I remember when we were kids playing over at Aunt Dots my time moves to fast
    Love you Sherry

  • Love you Mom-Mom and I miss you

  • Sherry it’s so hard to believe your gone 😢😭 my heart hurts ever day knowing I can never talk to you again you believe in me one no one did you always told me to never give up you was a amazing lady and I know your looking down on all of us I will always remember you I love you momma Sherry fly high

  • Sherry you were one of a kind. Your spirit and kindness will be sadly missed. Thanks for all the great memories over the years. Until we meet again my friend rest easy.

  • So sorry for your family’s loss!! You will be missed. I have fond memories of Sherry and family. Sending you all love and prayers during this difficult time.

  • We love Sherry. Jesus, welcome cousin Sherry into Your loving and eternal arms.

    All our love to you family as you experience her passing. On behalf of the James Morgan Bryan side of the family, please know how much we love you all and will miss her alongside you. Sherry, MarMar, Uncle Morgan, Grandpa Bryan, Jack and Dee (and so many others we’ve lost) must be playing Heaven’s longest joyful, pain-free game of cards about now.

  • I love you and I am going to miss you very much. You had a heart of gold. I am going to miss your joking around with me and picking on me the most. I love you

  • Bobby and I are so sorry for the loss of Sherry. We remember her with love and fondness from all of our many family gatherings throughout the years. It is a piece of all of our history that we have lost with her passing and we grieve along with the family especially her children and grandchildren at this sad time. Our prayers and thoughts are with you all.

  • I am going tp miss my buddy so much and the holidays that we spend with her daughter Nikki and my son Kenny and his brother Erman and Curtis and Nikki his sister with the time we spend Thanksgiving and Christmas every year i will never forget her she was the life of the party. Will miss you and never stop loving you rest in peace my buddy.

  • Sherry was a great woman knew her most of my life. Very fun a funny lady sad to c her go. God wanted her w him in heaven AMEN.

  • Dear Janice and family, I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Your Friend always, Ellen Coover Bossert