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In Memory of

Sheri Lyne Arnold

April 13, 1957 - December 30, 2017

Obituary


Sheri Baker Arnold resided in Barstow California. At the age of 60 she left while in the loving arms of family to be welcomed by the heavenly arms of her daughter Trica Marie Smith, brother Charles A. Baker 'Skip', niece Christine Marie Baker, and her loving dog Charlie on 12-30-17 at 6:20 am. Sheri was born in Buttle, Montana on April 13, 1957. Sheri only gave gave birth to a single daughter Trica Marie Smith on 10-10-77. Trica was diagnosed with Muscular Dystrophy at the age of 3 and Sheri dedicated her life to caring...

Sheri Baker Arnold resided in Barstow California. At the age of 60 she left while in the loving arms of family to be welcomed by the heavenly arms of her daughter Trica Marie Smith, brother Charles A. Baker 'Skip', niece Christine Marie Baker, and her loving dog Charlie on 12-30-17 at 6:20 am. Sheri was born in Buttle, Montana on April 13, 1957. Sheri only gave gave birth to a single daughter Trica Marie Smith on 10-10-77. Trica was diagnosed with Muscular Dystrophy at the age of 3 and Sheri dedicated her life to caring for he daughter, until Trica went to be with the Lord on 01-07-08. Sheri also raised, loved, and cared for her step daughter Jessica Heckle. Sheri had a Motherly heart and came to care for her nieces whom she called 'Her Girls', and over the years of her life opened her heart and home to many nieces, nephews, and friends. Sheri was strong, hardworking, and talented women. She enjoyed playing Darts and could make anything she touched beautiful. Sheri was starting a business of selling the beautiful wreaths and crafts she made just before her passing. Her art, boyfriend, and friends were her world. Sheri is survived by her Mother Patricia A. Baker, Father Charles A. Baker, siblings Debbie Farmer, Randy Baker, Darla Hulse, Carol Chitwood, Lesley Baker, and Erika Nelson, her step daughter Jessica Heckle, boyfriend Darelle Hoody, and many nieces and nephews. She will forever carry on in the hearts of the many that called her Mother, daughter, sister, aunt, partner, and friend.