Sherry Lynn Holloway January 16th, 1955 - January 6th, 2020 Sherry Lynn Holloway passed away peacefully at San Joaquin General Hospital in French Camp, California on January 6th, 2020 at 11:45 PM. She was fighting a courageous battle with Liver Disease. Sherry was born January 16th, 1955 to Ruth Maughan and Merlin Staver in Dodgeville Wisconsin. She received a scholarship to go to beauty college right after high school. From there she received her cosmetology license and went on to pursue her 40-year career as a Beautician, Eventually starting her own business. Later on down her journey, She gave birth to two beautiful children. Aisha Staver who was born in 1978, in Denver Colorado, and Adia Hamilton who was born in 1980, in Seattle Washington. Sherry married Bernard Holloway in February of 1990 in San Jose, California. Besides spending time with her family and friends, She enjoyed Painting, Architecture, Interior Design, Good Music, Dancing and so much more. She had a strong keen eye for detail and perfection and was truly a creative guru at heart. Sherry was a master of all trades, so determined and multifaceted in every way possible. She was one of the most hardworking and dedicated women you would ever meet. So wise, honest, sweet, and strong. Her energy is like no other. She has touched many lives with her love, generosity, and passion for life. She is survived by her husband Bernard Holloway, her two daughters Aisha Staver & Adia Hamilton, her three grandchildren Jamar Staver, Deyvion Myles, and Eze Diliza Kamau Anyanwu Jr. and many more friends and loved ones.
Family and friends are invited to attend a Celebration of Life gathering on Saturday, January 25th at her home located at 2163 Houston Ave, Stockton California 95206
It hurts to know I can't talk to you or see you physically. but I know in my heart & soul, you’re at peace right now your suffering is over. you’ve been fighting for so long. you may not be here physically but your spirit will forever live within us all. you give all of us so much hope. your soul forever lives on & we’re proud to say you’re part of us and we’re part of you. Thank you for all the wisdom, hugs, kisses, food, drives, talks, lessons, advice, love, hope, and time you’ve spent with us. we love you. • Your Grandson Deyvion Myles
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