Natalie Dawn Sheridan
4/17/1962 - 1/17/2021
Natalie Dawn (Sherman) Sheridan was born April 17, 1962 in
Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas. She
went to be home with the Lord at the age of 58, Sunday, January 17, 2021 in
Moscow, Idaho after a long battle with multiple illnesses. Funeral Services will
be 2:00 pm Monday January 25, 2021 at Bellmead Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will
follow at Moody Cemetery in Moody, Tx, Visitation will be from 1:00 - 2:00 pm at
Bellmead Funeral Home Chapel. She was
the daughter of the late Robert William (Bill) Sherman and Betty Mars.
As a child she loved visiting and staying with her Mawmaw
and Pawpaw Hawkins in Cleburne where she remembered being spoiled. While there she loved spending time with her
Aunt Eloise and her son, Randy.
She attended kindergarten and elementary school at Burleson,
Crowley, finishing Elementary School in Dallas and later graduating from
McArthur High School in Irving, Texas in 1980.
She liked everything about school except studying and taking tests. She seldom missed a day always wanting to see
and spend time with her friends.
She moved to Dallas
with her mother and sister, Mona, to start a new life there near her Uncle Bill
Hawkins, Aunt Dean and their two children, Pam and David. She enjoyed growing up there visiting at
their home often until her family moved to Irving so she could attend McArthur
High School. During her High School years
she loved spending summer time in California with her cousins, Pam and David
who had moved there from Dallas. While
in California she accepted the Lord and was baptised at a Church of Christ
She left Texas for Idaho to see her teenage sweetheart and
lifelong love, Richard Sheridan. They
were married in Moscow, Idaho – one of
the happiest days of her life. In Idaho
she enjoyed watching the Dallas Cowboys games and anything else Texas. She told everyone about, and how Texas is the
greatest. She truly loved the
state. Her plans were always to return
Natalie was preceded in death by her father, Bill Sherman, first
husband, Michael Dennis and her son, Paul Dennis. The
loss of Paul was the saddest day of her life.
Left to cherish her memories are her husband, Richard, her
mother Betty Mars, stepdad, Jerry Mars whom she called Pop, her sister, Mona
Campbell, husband Marc and their three children, Corey, Aspen and Skylar and
Corey’s son Brantley, Uncle Bill, Aunt
Dean Hawkins and their children David
and Pam and their families, Uncle
Mike Evans, Aunt Eloise, son Randy McKinney and his family and many other
relatives and friends in both Idaho and
She and her daily phone calls will be missed, she kept in
touch with all.
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