Sherry Thompson – 2-20-2021

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Sherry L. Thompson

October 3, 1961
~ February 1, 2021



VISITATION- Saturday 2-20- 2021
Lawson Funeral Home & Cremation Services
243 Broadway
Long Branch, NJ 07740
2:00 PM-3:00 PM

FUNERAL SERVICE - Saturday 2-20-2021
Lawson Funeral Home & Cremation Services
243 Broadway
Long Branch, NJ 07740
3:00 PM
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Sherry Lynn Berry Thompson was born in Long Branch, NJ on October 3, 1961 to Benjamin and Gloria Berry.  She departed this life on February 1, 2021, she attended online classes where she was working on becoming certified daycare provider.  She was a member of St. Thomas AME Zion Church in Tinton Falls, NJ.

On June 19, 1982 she married George Anthony Thompson and out of that union 2 children George and Tyshell.  Sherry had a love for working with children; her dream was to open a daycare center one day.  She enjoyed singing, dancing, reading, loved doing puzzle books and being together with family.

Sherry was preceded by her husband George Anthony Thompson, father Benjamin David Berry Sr., paternal grandparents Adam and Peral Berry, maternal grandparents George and Phyllis Robinson, two brothers Daniel and Jeremiah Berry.

She leaves to cherish her memories two children George Anthony Thompson Jr. and Tyshell Lynn Thompson, mother Gloria Berry, three sisters Yvette Berry, Michelle Berry and Lawanda (Sheldon) Lucas, four brothers David, Kevin (Donna), Rodney, Jeffery (Sophia) and 1 grandson Caleb Anthony Sesay, five brother-in-laws; three sister-in-laws and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.  Special thanks to her caseworkers.


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3 thoughts on “Sherry Thompson – 2-20-2021

  1. Linda E. Thompson says:

    I love you and will miss you Sherry. So glad you were in my life.

  2. Linda E. Thompson says:

    My Word during comments: Sherry we met when we were in 5th grade going to church St. School. The teach put us together to do a project. I asked you if you wanted to come to my house to work on the project and you said ” I have to ask my mother”. Your mom said “yes” and from that point on we became friends. After that I didn’t see you again until I moved to Neptune. You started dating George as you called him. From then on you became a part of our family. Just like a sister and daughter you became to be. I’ll never forget you and will cherish our memories. Sorry I couldn’t be there in person Sherry. Seems as these days is how it is. Anyway I Love You and RIP <3

  3. Janet Thompson Lawrence says:

    What a beautiful service. Rest In Peace Sherry, my friend and family. Praying for peace for the family.

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