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Sherilyn Sue (Cox) Bauer

Posted 2024-02-13 by mhenderson
Published by Today's News Herald on Feb. 11, 2024 -
Lake Havasu City, Arizona -

Sherilyn Sue Bauer, born in Idaho on Sept. 25, 1949, was the most fun-
loving, honest, and genuine person one could know. A strong, supporting,
loving, and proud mother who gave all that she could to her two
children, which often included some "tough love." Sheri was also a proud
grandmother and great-grandmother who cherished every moment that she
spent with them. Sadly, God called her home on Jan 20, 2024. Her sudden
passing has left some void, anxious, empty, and without a friend, but
they know she is happy and in a much better place.

However, her memory lives on in the hearts of those she loved and those
who loved her. Sherilyn's life was a testament to the power of love,
resilience, and dedication, and she will be deeply missed by all who
knew her.

Mom, until the day we see you and Paddington again, the love and
encouragement you gave will give us the strength that we need to get
through. Know this, no matter what kind of assistance you needed toward
the end, you were never a burden, only a blessing. We love and miss you

She was preceded in death by parents, Derald and Louise Cox, and
stepfather Raymond "Doc" Darling, brother Duane Cox. She was survived by
son, Travis Bauer; daughter, Mesha Heverly; sister, Diane Cox and
brothers, Jeff and Steve Cox.

Sheri wanted all to know, "I give you this one thought to keep, I am
with you still. I do not sleep. I am a thousand winds that blow, I am
the diamond glints on snow, I am the sunlight on the ripened grain, I am
the gentle autumn rain. When you awaken in the mornings hush, I am a
swift uplifting Rush. Of quiet birds in circled flights, I am the soft
stars that shine at night. Do not think of me as gone, know that I am
with you still, in each new dawn".

Her last words to everyone, "I love you all forever".

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