Sherrel Lynn Wickham Coy, 75 years young. Our beloved mother, grandmother, sister, and friend passed away Wednesday, February 16, 2022.\n\nSherrel was unable to have her own children; however, when she married Charles Mike Coy, his children became her own children. Charles had three children he brought into the marriage. Two sons, Mike and Eddie, and one daughter, Tammy. Everyone was considered blood to her and loved everyone unconditionally.\n\nSherrel was a very caring person. She was a happy person and loved everyone around her. When her kids and grandkids would start pranks, she would join in on the fun. When they pranked her, she even got them back. She never was mad and had fun with the kids and grandkids. She was a fun Mom and Grandma. \n\nSherrel worked as a waitress for many years until she had an accident that prevented her from waitressing. She then took on the role as a proctor parent for troubled teens in the mid-1990’s after Charles passed. She loved taking care of the kids as it made her feel as though her home was full. Sherrel had so much love for the kids that came into her house. She always wanted to help them with their own fights whether it is staying away from drugs or problems in juvenile court. She always wanted to help them grow up to be a productive person in society. \n\nSherrel enjoyed all of her family and friends (including the many furry kids she had throughout the years) bingo, playing board games, and cards.\n\nSherrel is survived by her son Mike and his wife. Along with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles Mike Coy, her sister Karen, daughter Tammy Coy, her parents Foster Samuel Wickham and Ethel Bella Pelser Wickham, and her brother, Bryan Wickham.\n\nShe will be greatly missed, but we’re glad that she and Charles have been reunited. We will have a void in our hearts, but we will see her again someday. \n\nThere will not be any graveside service. However, there will be a short private viewing for family and friends of the family on Friday, February 25, 2022, from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.