Forest Lawn Funeral Home & Memorial Gardens

1150 South Dickerson Road, Goodlettsville, TN


Sherri "Sissy" Lynne McCandless

August 8, 1963February 10, 2020

Sherri “Sissy” McCandless, 56 was proceeded in death by her son Bobby Eugene McCandless, her mother, Norma Jean Duke, and her father Joseph P. Duke Jr. She is survived by her children Misty, Kim, and Michael. She is also survived by her brothers, Donnie, Jimmy, Willie, and David Duke and her sisters Tonya Bain, Christy Duke, Karen Taylor, and Tracy Duke. Sherri has 13 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. Memorial service to be held 4pm until 7pm Thursday, February 13, 2020 at Forest Lawn Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens. 1150 South Dickerson Rd. Goodlettsville, TN


  • A Gathering of Friends Thursday, February 13, 2020


Sherri "Sissy" Lynne McCandless

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Michelle Clark

February 13, 2020

Sissy , you where loved by many people
And had a special heart .So happy for the nights you came to stay with Us at our home . Lots of fun memories ❤️ Rest In Peace 💕we will all be with you soon . ... fly high with the Angels

Love , Michelle Clark

Kim Shaw

February 12, 2020

I’m so sorry. I love you. ❤️

Christy duke

February 12, 2020

Sissy, you were the oldest of all us girls, sorry we went very close. Wish I could make that up to you. Maybe when I get there we hang out more. I love you very much. Rest easy big sis, no more suffering, your pain free now. Until we meet again❤

Deborah lynn

February 11, 2020

I don't know how long ago it was today it seems like yesterday though. Sissy went into labor and came to Mama's house and I answer the door she was hollering because she was hurting it scared me so bad.. I slam the door in her face!! Lol I run to the back bedroom and I got mama, I yelled sissy in labor we gotta go!!! Mama looked at me said where's Sissy ?!?!?! I said OMG I left her at the door!! I run back to the door open it real quickly she said you left me!! And was laugh/crying... Lol that's one of the best memories I have of her. It must have been one of hers too because every time I seen Sissy she would bring it up and we would talk and laugh.... I have many memories with Sissy but this one always stands out. We grow up, life moves on and though we're separated as life moves forward, the love never leave ones heart.. I love you Sissy rest easy girl....

Kim Casteel, Gipson

February 11, 2020

RIP Sissy! Love you my friend! ❤️ ❤️

Pamela Demonbreun

February 11, 2020

Rip to my homies mom. May your transition be peaceful and good. Fly high and watch over your family. B.a told me about your card game/trick lastnight 💖👼🌸