A memorial service for Sherry (Harvick) St. Romain, 76, of Justin, Texas will be 3:00 pm at The One Church in Justin on Sunday, February 6, 2022, officiated by Bryan Hendricks. Visitation will be at 2:00 pm, one hour prior to the service, also at the church. Sherry passed away Wednesday, January 26 in Bridgeport.
She was born September 1, 1945 to L.R. and Ina Mozell (Elliott) Harvick in Santa Rosa, California, but moved immediately to Texas where her heart already was.
She was a feisty little spitfire with a generous soul and a heart for kids, and ‘adopted’ many children she came in contact with. She was Mimi to them all.
Sherry had an infectious sense of humor and never met a stranger.
She loved the old classic country music. But her biggest love was her grandchildren.
Sherry is survived by children Julie Hinkle and husband Barry of Justin, Andrea ‘Pebbles’ Ishmael and husband Michael of Paradise, Texas, and Jeff St. Romain and wife Tracy of Krum, Texas; sister Beverley Gibbs of Justin; grandchildren Britton Hinkle, John Tyler Ishmael, Sydnee Hinkle, Jack Ishmael, and Samuel St. Romain; and numerous nieces, nephews, and ‘adopted’ kids.
She was preceded in death by her parents L.R. and Mozell Harvick, daughter Mary Angela St. Romain, brothers Jimmy Harvick and Jerry Don Harvick, and nephew Ricky Harvick.
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