Sheri Bazain

January 27, 1970December 21, 2018

Sheri Bazain, 48, a resident of Brewton, AL passed away Friday, Dec. 21, 2018. A Memorial service will be announced at a later date. Survivors include: Daughters: Reina Southwell and Marysa Bazain, both of Brewton, AL; Parents: Jerry and Shirl Martin, Brewton, AL; Sisters: Becky (Brandon) Vaughn, Austin, TX and Regina (Alan) Baker, Milton, FL; Brothers: Daniel (Jennifer) Richard, James (Leanne) Martin, Jerry (Devin) Martin, Jr. all of Brewton, AL; Grandchild: Lincoln Bazain, Brewton, AL. Grandparents, Melton and Myrleen Culbreth, James and Hester Martin, James and Lettie Neel, Frances Wade Richard, and families. Sheri is also survived by 12 Nieces and Nephews. Online condolences can be made at


  • Reina Southwell, Daughter
  • Marysa Bazain, Daughter
  • Shirl Martin, Mother
  • Jerry Lee Martin, Father
  • Becky Vaughn, Sister
  • Regina Baker, Sister
  • Daniel Richard Martin, Brother
  • Lincoln Bazain, Grandchild
  • James Martin, Brother
  • Jerry Martin Jr., Brother
  • Sheri was preceded in death by her Grandparents, Melton and Myrleen Culbreth, James and Aster Martin, James and Lettie Neel. Sheri also leaves behind 12 Nieces and Nephews.

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Stephanie White

December 27, 2018

Sheri has always been one of the sweetest people I know! Always with a kind word or a listening ear. I often thought of her as the quiet one of our group of friends. I will say, however, it was probably hard to get a word in edge wise with us. Then Becky and Brandon's wedding....its always the quiet ones. Sheri arranged to have the honor of bringing their honeymoon luggage to the reception. As we were all getting ready for the wedding, Sheri managed to tie their clothes together and add beans all through their luggage. I asked her if she was sure that was a great idea. Her response was she could also have rigged it to have a colored powder explosion when they opened the luggage. Such restraint. I love you, Sheri! You will be missed but always in our hearts.

Chrystal Quebedeaux

December 24, 2018

When my Dad remarried I was afraid of what my new step mother would be like. I didn't feel that way long. Sheri accepted my brother and I and treated us like her own. She was loving and kind.
I will miss you!

Melissa Ewing

December 23, 2018

I met Sheri when she was working at the laundry mat shortly after I moved here. I remember thinking that she was one of us, a group of extremely close friends from back home. She just fit in with everybody to be honest. I felt like I had known her my entire life and somehow lost touch, but when I met her it was like picking up where we had somewhere left off. I hope you understand what I mean. I don't have any one favorite memory of her, I was always happy to see her, hug her and tell her how much I loved her.
My Sweet Sheri, I can't believe I'm referring to you in past tense.

Anna Lee

December 23, 2018

I am so sorry for your loss. Sheri, was such a sweet lady. I am honored to have met her. She had such a calm strength and so very kind.

Joseph (Joe) Williams

December 23, 2018

I'll always remember Sheri as one of the sweetest, kindest and friendliest people I've ever known. I know in my heart that the Lord Jesus met her with open arms when she entered Heaven, and though she's gone from us, she'll never be forgotten by me.

Liz Culbreth

December 22, 2018

Heaven gained an amazing woman! She fought a tough fight & always had such a strong, positive faith. Love you to the heavens