Sherry Dell Black
Tuesday 28th of September 1948 - Saturday 8th of January 2022
Sherry Dell Black, of Lexington, daughter of the late Virgil Wade Garrison and Lena Catherine (Bromagen) Garrison and loving wife of 45 years to James Evan Black, III, passed away peacefully Saturday, January 8, 2022. She was a graduate of Bryan Station High School, enjoyed gardening, loved animals, and was a one-of-a-kind, fantastic grandparent. She was a loving mother two daughters, Catherine (Alec) McGillivray, Tampa, FL, and Lauren (Jeff Allen) Black, Statesville, NC; one sister, Frankie Garrison, Cheyenne, WY; one brother, the late Michael Garrison, Texas; two grandchildren, Molly and Evan McGillivray.
A private burial will take place at the Lexington Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations are welcome to the University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Foundation, Lexington, KY, in memory of Sherry Black.
We are devastated to learn of Sherry’s passing but take comfort that she has been reunited with Jim. She was a very dear neighbor of ours on The Lane and we feel blessed to have known her. Love - Blanche and Nancy Padgett
Catherine, Alec, Molly and Evan, I was very saddened to learn about your Mom’s passing….. the few times I met her she was so sweet and always smiling…. I know the past few months have been very difficult for her and your family…. Prayers for God’s peace for you and the entire family
Dona Denniston and Nila Mattisonsays
We are so sorry about Sherry’s death. She was such a great friend to Dot and will be greatly missed. Prayers go out to all of you. Don’t hesitate to call if you need anything.
Wishing God’s peace and grace in this time of pain. You are all in my heart and prayers. Lauren, please let me know if there is anything I can do for you and Jeff. My deepest sympathies, David.
Manuel Diaz and Family.says
I never had the pleasure of meeting you but the fingerprint of who you were is imprinted on your daughter Catherine, whom I work with. Knowing who she is tells me that the world lost a beautiful person but your legacy lives on through her. May you Rest In Peace.