OBITUARY

Sheri Inez Stark

April 21, 1959May 13, 2019

Sheri Inez Stark, 60, of Corona, CA, a retired phlebotomist, passed away on Monday, May, 13, 2019 in Las Vegas, NV.

Sheri was born on April 21, 1959 in Chicago, IL to Ronald and Rhoda Stark (nee Koffman). Sheri loved to sing, especially karaoke; loved to dance; and to play mahjong and push. She loved to explore and especially loved to cruise. As a phlebotomist, she loved to interact with her patients and always has a great sense of humor and brought smiles to many. Sheri loved her family and many friends. She is preceded in death by her parents and survived by her three brothers, Mark Stark (Hope), Adam Stark, and Ira Stark; four nieces, Jordyn Stark, Morgan Stark, Avery Stark, and Katlyn Green; and two nephews, Evan Stark and Adam Green. Funeral and burial services will be held at 8:00am on Friday, May 17, 2019 at King David Memorial Chapel and Cemetery, 2697 E. Eldorado Lane, Las Vegas, NV. Family requests that memorial donations sent to Chabad of Green Valley. King David Memorial Chapel handled the arrangements.

  • FAMILY

  • Ronald Stark, Father
  • Rhoda Stark (Koffman), Mother
  • Mark Stark (Hope), Brother
  • Adam Stark, Brother
  • Ira Stark, Brother
  • Jordyn Stark, Niece
  • Morgan Stark, Niece
  • Avery Stark, Niece
  • Katlyn Green, Niece
  • Evan Stark, Nephew
  • Adam Green, Nephew

Services

  • Funeral Service Friday, May 17, 2019
  • Committal Service Friday, May 17, 2019

Memories

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Linda Hayes

May 18, 2019

My dear Sheri,

I've known you many years I am saddened at your passing, may the stars always shine bright on all of the people you touched in your lifetime, we spoke many times over the years and I will never forget our fun we had... May God Bless you in the heavens.

With my love always
Linda hayes

Tracy (Chindberg) Witkus

May 17, 2019

I can't ever remember having a bad time when hanging out with Sheri in high school and even later after we graduated. She was always smiling and was positive no matter what. Mark, Adam and Ira, my best and prayers to you. I am very saddened to know a beautiful soul has left this earth. May she always shine for you and your families.

Emina Weaver

May 17, 2019

I have known Sheri for about 18 years now. We met at work. She worked as a medical assistant in the back office, and I worked at the front desk. We became friends and would go out together on occasion. We always had fun. She left my place of employment about 10 years ago. We always kept in touch. Even if it was just a phone call. Sometimes we would go to lunch or dinner.
In the old days We went out dancing and did Karaoke too. She mostly did the Karaoke, I just watched.
When she got sick again, after moving back to OC, I took her to one of her Medical Procedures. I helped her unpack her boxes when she moved in to her place in Corona. I helped her with some grocery shopping. She had many friends that she called and that called her, but she still seemed very lonely. I wish I could have been there more in the last 6 months, but I couldn’t, due to becoming a Foster mom to my 2 Grandkids. I feel very sorry for that. I will miss her dearly.
And, I’m so sorry for our loss. There will never be another Sheri. I would call her SherBear. Forever in my heart. ❤️
RIP my friend.

James Orbon

May 16, 2019

I remember a few years ago when we had a nice family outing in down town Long Beach. Although we weren’t blood, my Auntie Sheri was very much so apart of our family. Thank you for always having us so close to your heart and for being such a great friend to my mom throughout the years. You’ll forever be in our hearts. We love you Auntie Sheri

Scott Johnson

May 16, 2019

Dearest Sheri,
Our hearts are heavy, but your smile and memory will live forever. Deepest condolences to the Stark’s and Kaufman’s.
Love to all,
Scott (Cousin)

Elyce Block

May 16, 2019

Mark, Adam and Ira: I was so shocked and saddened to read about Sheri's passing on Facebook. I had spoken with her a couple of months ago and she was looking forward to getting healed. I know that we all haven't been in touch for decades, but I wanted to express my deepest condolences. She will definitely be missed!
Elyce

Latasha Smith

May 15, 2019

What I remember most is that infectious laugh sheri had! I spent a lot of time with sheri in the 16 years I knew her...helping her clean and organize her apartment. She was always prepared just needing help finding its place. She loved life, her cruises, her friends, her family. I loved looking at her photos growing up in Chicago and hearing her going out stories to the fabulous places she would go. The people she’d meet. I’ve seen her in action with her patients as she help get me get the job where we would both work. Thank for that sheri, I’m still there 13 yrs later lol My comfort now is knowing you are with Rhoda, of course I miss your mom too. Thanks for being in my life and all you did for me. I’m still in disbelief
I’ll miss you very much friend.
God Bless
Tash

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