Eubank Cedar Creek Funeral Home & Memorial Park

601 State Hwy 198 @ Walnut, Mabank, TX


Sherri Lynn Benthall

October 20, 1949February 6, 2020

Sherri Lynn Benthall was born on October 20, 1949 in Fort Worth, Texas to parents Drake and June (Alexander) Benthall and entered into eternal rest on February 6, 2020 at the age of 70. She graduated from Arlington Heights High School. Sherri graduated from Trinity Valley College with an Associate’s Degree and was a member of Phi Theta Kappa. She worked for a help desk in IT Networking. Sherri was lovingly known as Me-Maw to her grandchildren. She enjoyed spending time with her family. Sherri was a member of St. James on the Lake Episcopal Church in Kemp, Texas. She was an amazing mother, daughter, grandmother and great-grandmother. Sherri will be missed immensely by those who knew and loved her. Sherri was preceded in death by her mother. She is survived by her daughter Dawn Warchesik and husband Lee of Azle, son Keith Wilson and wife Andrea of Saginaw, father Drake Benthall of Fort Worth, grandsons; Caston Warchesik and wife Shelby of Weatherford, Conor Wilson of Saginaw, Ian Wilson of Saginaw and Wyatt Wilson of Saginaw, granddaughters; Megan Anthony and husband Cody of Weatherford and McKenna Wilson of Irving, great-grandson Laken Warchesik of Weatherford, other loving family members and many more lifelong friends.


  • June Alexander Benthall, Mother (deceased)
  • Dawn Warchesik and Lee, Daughter and Husband
  • Keith Wilson and Andrea, Son and Wife
  • Drake Benthall, Father
  • Sherri also leaves behind her grandsons; Caston Warchesik and wife Shelby, Conor Wilson, Ian Wilson, Wyatt Wilson, granddaughters; Megan and husband Cody, McKenna Wilson, great-grandson Laken Warchesik, other loving family members and many more lifelong friends.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, February 15, 2020


Sherri Lynn Benthall

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Jerome Albritton

February 11, 2020

On behalf of Chief Shaun Williams and the entire command staff of the Tarrant County College Police Department, and Tarrant County College District, we share in your pain on the lost of your Mother. A Mother's love is never ending, even after life, and that is something that every son and daughter should appreciate. Keith, please know that we are your family and if you need assistance in any form, we are there. We will continue to keep you in prayer as you and your family celebrate the homegoing of your Mother. May the love of family surround you and give you strength in the days ahead.
" Wherever a beautiful soul has been, there is a trail of beautiful memories"