SHERRY PUGH

Olive Branch, MS –

SHERRY PUGH, 77, was born October 20, 1938 in Jump Off, TN and passed away February 1, 2016 at her home.  Mrs. Pugh was a member of Clearview Baptist Church, where she was the pianist for over 10 years.  She is survived by her husband of 61 years, Bobby Pugh of Olive Branch; two daughters, Connie Pugh Crenshaw of Nesbit, MS and Kitty Pugh of Southaven; two sons, Butch Pugh of Olive Branch and Terry Pugh of Nesbit; two sisters, Sissy Wheeler of Southaven and Sandra Kelso of Hernando, MS; five grandchildren, Ben Pugh, Caleb Pugh, Dallas Williams, Crystal James, and Montana Pugh; and five great grandchildren, Austin, Baylee, Bullard, Chelsey, and Chase.  She was preceded in death by her brother, Frank Lee, Jr. Visitation will beTuesday, February 2, 2016 from 6-8 p.m. at Twin Oaks Funeral Home in Southaven.  Services will be Wednesday, February 3, 2016 at 11 a.m. at Clearview Baptist Church, 3345 Goodman Road, Southaven, MS.  Burial will follow in Twin Oaks Memorial Gardens in Southaven.  The family requests that any memorials be made to the Clearview Baptist Church Building Fund.

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Gwen & Jerry House
Bobby, Kitty, Connie, Butch and all the family . . . sometimes we have a friend/sister as Sherry was to me and we sense that our souls are very closely connected. We know that the connection is above time and space. We know that wherever we were in our lives we will always remain friends/sisters forever . . . even if we did not see each other for years, we were able to pick up right where we left off. This is what people mean when they say friends forever!!!!  My heart has been truly blessed just knowing that Sherry was my very dear friend and like a sister to me. She will always remain in my heart. We go back a long way and I will cherish those memories forever.  We have made a donation to St. Jude in her memory. Much love to all of you.

Graham, Mimi, Magnolia, Sean & Neal
We are blessed to have had Aunt Sherry, such a tenderhearted woman, as part of our lives. She found joy in helping a countless number of people in so many different days. She made the world a better place by her kindness, hospitality, business sense, and musical talent.

Mimi
I love and respect Aunt Sherry. By her example, she taught me the most important lesson in life, to be kind to others. With love, we donated in Aunt Sherry's honor to St. Jude Research Hospital.

Todd, Dixie & Zach Allen
Uncle Bobby, Connie, Kitty, Butch, Terry & Dallas. We are thankful to have been blessed with Aunt Sherry's love, guidance and presence. We are sad that she is no longer with us on earth but thankful that she is playing her grand piano in Heaven for Jesus. I know He welcomed her with a big celebration! She will always be with us. Always.  We love ya'll so much!

Allen & Sandra Kelso
With much love and appreciation for Sherry, we donated to St. Jude to honor her memory. We are blessed to have had Sherry as our big sister, our friend, and our role model. We shared laughter, tears, holidays, vacations, simple moments, and so much more. We celebrated the births of our children and other precious family members together. Sherry's gentle, loving spirit brought delight and joy into our lives that we will always cherish.