September 8, 1958 ~ March 7, 2019

Born in: Waterloo, Iowa
Resided in: Wheat Ridge, Colorado

Sherry Marie Meyer was born in Waterloo, Iowa on September 8, 1958. She had her husband and son by her side when she peacefully left this earth, far too soon, on March 7, 2019. One of Sherry’s favorite flowers was the Daisy.  A daisy symbolizes motherhood, true and loyal love and beauty.  That was Sherry.

Her family was everything to her. She was preceded in death by her Mother and Father Lauretta & John Meyer, along with her brother Steve Meyer.  Sherry is also survived by her sister Norma Roberts.  She loved with everything she had and her heart grew 100 times over when she had her son Chad. Her heart grew even larger when she met her soulmate, Rich, and they were married in 2005. Finally, thinking her heart couldn’t grow any more, she was blessed with a spectacular little grandson, Benjamin in 2014.

Sherry was a creative soul who found joy in decorating her home and etching into time all of her favorite memories by scrapbooking.  Country music and Rock and Roll was the soundtrack of her life and she found solace and happiness in the author’s that filled her bookshelves.  She could always be found, no matter the season, cheering on her Colorado Rockies, Avalanche and Denver Broncos.

Beautiful, both inside and out, sassy and so much fun to be around, Sherry would light up a room with her fire.  She will be missed every day.


There will be a Memorial Service on Saturday, March 16th at 10AM at the Horan & McConaty Family Chapel at 7577 West 80th Avenue, Arvada, CO 80003. Please join the family for a Reception immediately following the service at Meadowglen Clubhouse at 8158 Everett Street in Arvada, CO 80005.


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  1. My heart just broke when I heard about your passing Sherry – We worked together all thoughs years at PPG and had so much fun together with all we worked with there – I still can’t believe you are gone – I wished we could have stayed more in touch with each other but we all went on our own paths when PPG closed its doors on the commercial side – I have been able to hear some things through friends that still knew you on your getting married again and becoming a Grandmother, which you will me missed so much – I remember our raft trip which we all took together and had so much fun – why is it when we lose a good friend we only get together on sad times like this and remember the good times and boy did we have some good times back then – my heart and prayers go out to your family – Rest in piece my precious friend, you will be greatly missed!!

  2. My deepest condolences to the friends and family of Sherry. May your treasured memories bring you joy, and may ‘the God of all comfort’ give you strength, along with a measure of peace for your grieving hearts at this most difficult time.
    2 Corinthians 1:3

  3. Oh Sherry, I can’t believe how sad I was to hear of your passing. I was visiting Denver and tried to contact you. Then Rich called and told me the news. So devastating. I met Sherry through her parents. Your whole family was a hoot. Will miss you so much.


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