OBITUARY

Sherra Elaine True

November 3, 1937March 26, 2021
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Sherra Elaine True went to be with the lord on March 26, 2021. She was 83 years of age. She was born in Jefferson City, Missouri on November 3, 1937.

Sherra moved to Sanger California at three years of age with her parents. Sherra was married to her husband Jerry True for 61 years. She lived in Fresno and Clovis raising her family. Sherra was an extremely avid reader and loved preforming in plays. Sherra was a member of Toastmistress and was a two-time winner of their annual International speech writing and presentation contest. Sherra loved to travel and toured most of the United States with her husband Jerry. Sherra was a truly kind soul and rarely if ever spoke ill about anyone she would meet, all being considered an immediate friend.

Sherra is survived by her husband Jerry True, daughter Dawn Rohm and her husband Dave, son Marty True, her sister Mary Lynn Young, her brother Dean Brown and his wife Freda, her sister Karen Chilson, sister Kristy Easley and her husband Jim and brother Ricky Brown who preceded her to heaven. She is also survived by her grandchildren Laura Leonard and husband Jason, David Rohm and wife Sarah and Kaley Quebedeaux and husband Landon, as well as four great grandchildren.

A celebration of life will take place Thursday, April 15, 2021 at 10:30 am at New Hope Church in Clovis California, followed by a reception.

Donations in remembrance in lieu of flowers may be sent to Break the Barriers or Miss Winkles Pet Adoption Center.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.whitehurstsullivan.com for the True family.

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Kaley Quebedeaux

April 16, 2021

My grandma was a giver: she had a room full of gifts for her loved ones. She would go in her room and get something to give to one of her grandchildren that she had found for each of us. On a day that I visited her not long before she passed, she went in her living room and gave me a sweet white crocheted angel that she wanted me to keep. She said “it’s from your great grandma True. She was a wonderful crocheter”. I cherished it the second she gave it me. We shared laughs and joys with one another when we spent time together and she always had a little money tucked away for me to “go buy a dress”. She loved to give to me and made sure I knew just how much she loved me! Our lunches together on Saturday’s were ones I looked forward to every week. I share her middle name, Elaine and I’m so glad that I do!

Dale Bates

April 6, 2021

She was a wonderful human being...made all those Selma reunions much less painful....nice to have a friend to talk with while the husbands socialized.

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