Sherrill McLeod

Sherrill Lynn McLeod

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Sherrill (Lynn) McLeod, 73 of Carmel, California passed away January 25,2021 due to a car accident in route from Idaho Falls, Idaho to her home Carmel, California with her brother Walter (Lee) Williams, who also passed at the time of the accident.
She was born in Wheatridge, Colorado on May 27, 1947 to Leland and Mary Elizabeth “Betty” Williams. She had one brother, Lee.
Lynn was self-educated and scored high on all test and leveled up quickly in school. She was runner up in the Ms. Colorado pageant in 1964. She worked in upper management as a secretary and was advised to go into the oil industry. She became a Personal Assistant to upper management. She married her husband, Jerry, the love of her life in 1975. She had two stepsons, Mark and Steve. Jerry passed away in 2010.
Lynn lived a very interesting life. She traveled to many different places. She took cooking classes from top chefs, one being President Kennedy’s personal chef. She loved to cook and would put on grand dinners for 500 people. She was always learning and consistently expanded her knowledge in some way, such as weekly memorizing new words and their definitions. She was an interior decorator and loved antiques. Lynn enjoyed oil painting and at one time had an exhibit in Carmel.
She had a beautiful smile and contagious laugh. Lynn cared for her family and friends.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to your favorite charity.
A memorial service will be at Buck Miller Hann Funeral Home on Friday, March 19, 2021 at 11:00 am.
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    Friday, March 19th, 2021 | 11:00am
    Friday, March 19th, 2021 11:00am
    Buck Miller Hann
    825 E. 17 Street
    Idaho Falls, Idaho
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Judy Maurer

Posted at 11:51am
I'm Lynn's cousin, Judy (King). I'm having trouble grasping the fact that she and her brother, Lee, were tragically killed in that car accident. I have so many precious memories with Lynn and her family. When we were little we used to play in the doll house that her Dad built for her -- it even had running water -- it was one of a kind. I remember times when we went to the local swimming pool (Swimland) and I remember being at the pageant for Ms. Colorado -- Lynn wore a turquoise swimsuit in that competition. We lost touch for a few years, but then became quite close in that past 20 years or so. I went out many times to Carmel (some trips my husband, Richard, went too) to give her support as she cared for her husband and mother. I was also there to help her though some tough times with her cancer treatments. We used to write stories on the same subject and share them with each other. She was the smartest woman I know and I loved hearing all her stories about people she had been with. She was one of the generous people I know and was so kind and caring.
I will cherish the memories of our shared life-experiences. I pray for comfort and peace for all the family who remain. My thoughts and prayers will continue in the coming days and months ahead.
Love, Prayers, and Blessings,

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