Sherri Lynn Blanton

20 mai 19644 janvier 2021

Sherri Lynn Blanton, age 56, of Brookville, IN went home to be with the Lord on January 4, 2021. She was born on May 20, 1964 in Cincinnati, OH to Raymond and Patricia (Bloat) Heckel. She was a hair stylist for 32 years and developed many lasting friendships along the way. Sherri enjoyed outdoor activities such as boating, motorcycling, fishing, and gardening. She was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother, but most of all, she was a devoted follower of the Lord Jesus. On March 23, 1993 she married Timothy Blanton.

She is survived by her husband of 27 years, Timothy Blanton; her children, Patricia Blanton, Robert (Bethany) Blanton, and Nathaniel (Amanda) Blanton; her grandchildren, Brooklyn, Evelynn, Raelyn, Matthew, Elijah, Timothy, Brody, Whitley, and Wyatt; her brothers, Joe (Joey) and Mark Heckel; her dear uncle, Joseph (Laura) Hazelwood; numerous nieces, nephews, family members, and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents.

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Sherri Lynn Blanton


Bobbie Stevens

10 janvier , 2021

Sherri was a sweet lady with a kind heart. She cut my hair and a couple of my daughters for quite awhile. She loved her family, and I was so happy for her and Patti, when she married Tim. I know she is at peace and with the Lord. Prayers for her family, and I know you will treasure all your memories with her. She did have the best smile!

Cindy Johnson

6 janvier , 2021

Sherri had such a beautiful heart which shone when she gave you a big hug, played with her grand children, and talked about Tim. Her giggles made me smile. I’ll miss her smile and the love you felt just being around her. God Bless you cousin Sherri!💜

Jackie Stafford

5 janvier , 2021

Dear Tim & Patti:
I'm devastated to hear of Sherri's passing and I'm so very sorry that you are now without a wife, mother, mamaw and sister. My friendship with Sherri goes back about 35 years ago. She cut my hair when she was at a shop in Forest Fair Mall. I always trusted her judgment and would tell her to do something fun with cuts and color and she never failed! People say we looked liked sisters and I used to call her just that. We shared a lot of laughs and hugs together. I always got updates on the grandkids and she lit up when she talked about them. Sweet Pea! Little Sweet Pea!
How she loved them all.
When I got cancer 13 months ago, she called me and we talked about it. She was dealing with cancer herself but she lifted me up and encouraged me with scripture and reassurance. Everytime I talked to her she said that she was doing good.
There's a whole lot of life that I shared with her. My wedding day, graduations, births of 2 more of my children, career changes and so much more. Sherri was the one and only friend that stood with me through all that life threw my way and she can never be replaced. I actually go from crying to smiling because I see her with Jesus and its such a beautiful vision. Sherri loved Jesus more than anything. She's walking and dancing with angels now! I'm praying for you all. Love and hugs.

Joy Abrams

5 janvier , 2021

Sending heartfelt condolences to you, Tim, Patti, Nate, Bobby and the whole family. She was a special lady and I will dearly miss her.
May God wrap his loving arms around you and give you peace.

Joy and Jim Abrams