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Memorial Created By
Julieanne Olivier

Noel Christopher Sherrer

December 10, 1969 - September 16, 2020

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of Noel Christopher Sherrer. Collecting your stories and memories here will offer us great comfort. As we plan virtual and in person gatherings, we will share details here. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial.

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  • Rebecca McCardle
    I will always remember the finest son-in-law and the finest man one could ever wish for to be a husband to my daughter. Chris met Julie after her MS diagnosis and still stayed by her side - always. He was unique and loving and forgiving and a real...  more
  • Bob Montgomery
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  • Victoria Angell
    I'll miss you, Chris. I wish we'd had more time to reconnect...and I always assumed there would be time.
    We moved away when I was still in middle school, but we had a few chances to run into each other at Dragon Con every now and again. I feel like I got...  more
  • Rusty Shackleford
    Forgive my Facebook screen name, Chris would have called me Craig. I regret that we postponed reconnecting, as we had lost touch over the years, trading a few messages now and again. I find it amazing that Chris looks exactly like he always did. He...  more
  • Amanda Rich
    I am at a loss of words. It has been a long time since I've seen Chris, but I can still hear his chuckle and the low tamber of his voice in my head. He was one of kind. Sincerely kind and gracious, just a beautiful soul in so many ways. My deepest care...  more
  • Shawn Harding
    Out of my whole family, including blood relatives who've know me my entire life, Chris was probably the person who most understood my complex personality and what I liked. He always knew what to give me for Christmas or Birthdays. He always knew how to...  more