Sherrie Lee Williamson

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Williamson (Phillips), Sherrie Lee, a 34 year resident of the South Bay, passed away on Saturday, June 7, 2008 in Gardena. A native of the South Bay, Sherrie was 44 when she died. Sherrie was a graduate of Aviation High School. She worked as a hair colorist for Jose Eber in Palm Desert and Beverly Hills for 16 years. She is survived by her parents Herbert and Marlene Phillips, daughters, Nichole and Alexandria Williamson, son, Maxwell Williamson, sister, Bridgette (Robert) Pinsky, nephews, Brian and Matthew Pinsky, niece, Jennifer Pinsky and her friend, Larry Dickieson and pre-deceased by her husband Joseph Williamson. The Service will be at a later date at Riverside National Cemetery

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  1. Sherrie, Obviously you can’t read this and I dont know why Im writing it. I just thought it was important that everyone know what a great mom you were to your children. I know the pain you felt about not having them around to live with you, but I know that you did it for their benefit and someday they will see the sacrifice you made. The Best a mother could ever hope to do in her life is to provide Protection, Security, & Guidance to her children. You have done all that. I’m proud to say you’ve been a freind and thanks for the last 6 or 7 years. For that time I had a family I loved and did all the things a family does. I am forever in your debt for that gift. I will truly and honestly miss everything about you. I love you. – L

  2. I would like to express my deepest condolences to: Nicole, Alex and Max also to Sherrie’s family, and to her close friends. The news of Sherrie’s passing came as shock to me today…. May her children and family find strength in the love they have for each other. Sincerely her longtime friend and co-worker from the Jose Eber Salon.

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