Sherrel Wells Obituary, Death – Sherrel Bruce Wells died away on January 12, 2023, at the age of 79 years old. His funeral was held on January 12. Sherrel Bruce Wells was there when he left the building. He was born on September 26, 1943, to his parents, Cecil Rufus Wells and Hester Alice Ward, who have both passed away since then. His birthday is September 26. On September 26th, he was brought into this world. It had been sixty years since he married the woman he cherished, Brenda Cleveland Wells, and it had also been sixty years since the two of them had first come into contact with one another. Sherrill received his high school education at Western and received his diploma from that institution. His time spent working as a construction contractor and at General Electric, where he had been engaged for a large number of years, came to an end when he retired from their respective careers.
Sherrel was an active member of the First Baptist Church throughout the whole period that he attended that congregation. In addition, he served as a trustee during that time. Sherrel contributed back to his community in a variety of different ways, including acting as a Magistrate in the local court system in addition to serving on the County Board of Health and the Zoning Board. Sherrel also volunteered his time at the local animal shelter. He used his spare time with activities such as woodworking, fishing, and investing in the stock market. Sherrel is survived by his wife, Brenda Wells; children Tammy Payton, Stacy Blank, and Cherlynn Cheak; five grandchildren, Michael Cheak,Tyler Cheak, Travis Phillips, Alex Payton, and Tara Ann Phillips; and three great-grandchildren, Ellie, Jameson, and Elijah. In addition, Sherrel is survived by three great-grandchildren, Travis Phillips, Alex Payton, and Tara Ann Phillips.
In addition, Sherrel is survived by her three great-grandchildren, whose names are Travis Phillips, Alex Payton, and Tara Ann Phillips. In addition, Sherrel is survived by three great-grandchildren, all of whom will continue on the family business in her absence. His three older brothers, Bill Wells, Cecil Jr. Wells, and Don Wells, as well as his three older sisters, Margaret Anne Dennis, Blondell Coke, and Nellion Hahn, had all left the family home before he did. Both of his sisters, Margaret Anne Dennis and Nellion Hahn, had already passed away before his passing.