Sherri Crider

1958-2021

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Sherri Lea (Woolley) Crider, 63, passed away early Sunday morning, Oct. 10, 2021, at her home in Belle.
She was born Feb. 2, 1958, a daughter of Harold “Wimp” and Virginia (Shockley) Woolley.
She was united in marriage to Rick Crider in April of 1976, prior to Rick being stationed at Fort Carson, Colo., with the U.S. Army.
Sherri was a 1976 graduate of Belle High School.
She served as an officer for the Ladies Auxiliary of the VFW.
She loved being outdoors, yet hated to wear shoes. You could usually find her at the river, gardening, woodworking or taking care of her animals. She loved spending time with her children and grandchildren, especially around campfires at the Gasconade River. She also loved playing Bingo with her family.
Sherri was full of compassion. Anytime she learned of a family in need, she was right there offering any help she could.
She is preceded in death by sister Terra (Woolley) Wright; brother Christopher Wright; and grandparents John and Veta Shockley and Fred and Orpha Woolley.
She is survived by parents Harold “Wimp” and Virginia Woolley of Belle; daughters Brandy Crider and fiancé Anthony of Belle and Danica Crider of Belle; son Reven Newbound and wife Samantha of Owensville; siblings Debbie Wright of Belle, Vicki Stallman and husband Kenton of Moberly, Christi Lurk and husband Tom of Branson, Kerri Jones and husband Roy of Belle, Nichoel Snodgrass and husband Craig of Belle, Jonathan Woolley and wife Lisa of Belle and Crystal Opfer and husband Kyle of Belle; and grandchildren Harley, Dillon, Hannah, Brandon, Haley, Zach, Megan, Cooper, Addysan, Avery, Kiah, Allayna, Adelynn, Lyla and grandson Jaxson due to arrive in December.
Visitation will be held Thursday, Oct. 14, from 3–5 p.m. at Faith Baptist Church, Belle, with funeral services following with Pastors Mitchell Seaton and Jonathan Woolley presiding. She will be cremated.
A dinner will follow the service at the Belle-Bland Community Center.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Sherri’s memory can be made to the YaYa’s, 20292 Highway M, Belle.
Arrangements entrusted to Sassmann’s Chapel, Belle.

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