Sherry Hughes, 44, of Conrad, IA passed away Monday, September 28, 2020, at her residence in Conrad. Funeral services will be 10:30 a.m., Friday, October 2, 2020, at Conrad United Methodist Church. Visitation will be 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Thursday, October 1, 2020, at the church. Interment will be at Liscomb Cemetery in Liscomb, IA. In lieu of flowers memorials may be directed to BCLUW Foundation. Online condolences may be sent to www.andersonfhs.com.
Sherry was born December 1, 1975, to Clair and Deborah (Lewis) Baily in Marshalltown, IA. She graduated from BCLUW High school in 1994. She received her bachelor's degree in accounting from Buena Vista University and later on received her nursing home administrator license. Sherry was united in marriage to Stewart Hughes on December 7, 1996, in New Providence, IA. She was employed as a Nursing Home Administrator for area nursing homes. Sherry had a love for shopping and you could always find her camping at the Iowa State Fair. She also enjoyed attending her children's sporting events.
Sherry is survived by her husband, Stewart; a daughter, Olivia Hughes, a son, Jack Hughes, her father, Clair (Juanita) Baily of Liscomb, her mother, Deborah (Cam) McCubbin of Liscomb, a brother, Mike (Loretta) Vibbard of Liscomb, a sister, April (Brandon) Muschick of Liscomb; maternal grandfather, William Lewis of Lancaster, MO. She was preceded in death by paternal grandparents, Ellis and Helen Baily, and maternal grandmother, Zeldia Lewis.
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My name is Wanda Moreno. I worked with sherry at Rolling Green Village in Nevada Iowa. I loved her. She was a very caring and kind lady. She would bring her poodle to work. Every one loved it. I live in Texas now. Was so sorry to hear about her passing. My prayers go out to the family. She was one in a million. I am proud to say I knew her
What a shock she was the adm. in Nevada when I got to know her always pleasant with a smile on her face. I think there wasn't anyone there she disliked after she left we remained friends on facebook always enjoyed chatting with her. Deepest sympathies to the entire family Mel C
My deepest sympathies to Stu, Olivia and Jack. I worked with Sherry in Fort Dodge and she became a forever friend. She was gracious, passionate and caring to all but mostly, a true friend. My prayers are with you all..
In the months that turned into years that our family was considering moves to Oakview,
Sherry was there for us. She kept our phone numbers on her desk. Finally, it came to be that the
moves were made and we had a friend in her. She, along with many others at Oakview made
the moves easy, friendly and welcoming.
Sherry your light will be missed. My deepest condolences to Stu, Liv and Jack, I gave Sherry her first job as a high schooler and she turned around and became my boss for a time. Sherry reached out to people in their darkest times. I will never forget that.
Rest in Comfort , Friend
so sorry about the families loss of sherry. i have known sherry all her life and will miss her
in this life. my thoughts prayers and support to her family.
Stu, I was so saddened to hear this news. My thoughts are with you and your family. Prayers.
Stu & family, our hearts go out to you. We are so very sorry for your loss. ~Dave & Kelly (Evans) Barge
I enjoyed Sherry's spark for life. She was passionate about the injustice of different things and wouldn't let them be ignored. She confronted those who were mistreating others and tried to help make them right. She was a defender of the weak and those being mistreated. She could not stand by and allow the wrong to continue without trying to help make it right. I truly enjoyed her smile and laughter. God is holding her now. Our prayers continue for Stew, Olivia and Jack. May you know the strength of God's comfort and the fullness of His love as He carries you during this time. Veridee Hand
Sorry for your loss.
Our lives have crossed paths nearly our entire lives...from VBS at Liscomb Church of Christ, thru the school years - even though I was older - then as we started raising children three houses apart in Conrad.....from tumbling to track, football to softball - we cheered for our kids alongside each other. Sherry had such a big heart and always wanted to be helpful in her own ways. My heart goes out to Liv, Jack, Stew and Sherry's family - and the many friends who were impacted in Sherry's passing. Hugs and love to you.
Stu, Liv and Jack, I am so sorry to hear this news. Hugs and prayers for you al
My Deepest sympathy to Stu, Liv and Jack. My heart aches for you. Your Mama and Sherry was a beautiful soul. She was such a giving and caring person selfless with no expectations of gratitude. That is a beautiful quality many people do not possess. I am truly going to miss our IM conversations. She was always there to listen and be a good friend. She loved you all so much. She will be missed by many. Prayers for all of you. Remember she will always be with you.
I am so sorry to learn about Sherry’s passing. My condolences to her family.
I wish I knew the perfect words to say right now but something tells me that there isn't any. I hope Sherry's family will find comfort in their memories. Thinking of you. Jim & Jane Goodlaxson
Sorry to hear of Sherry's passing. Thoughts and prayers to all of the family.
From you Liscomb friends,
Jerry and Pam McDonald
May all the warm memories in your heart, wrap around you now and give you comfort and peace. GOD'S BLESSINGS....
LOVING YOU, ALWAYS....
BEV & JERRY GADE.....
Dearest Cam, Deb and families,
My hearts with you all. Sending you all my love, strength and prayers.
I’m here for you always....
Love you all,
Mrs. Laurie Hausafus
Sherry eas the Adm. st Oakview when I got to know her. She was always willing to help with problems and try to solve them. She was such a sweetheart. Sherry, you will be missed! Sue (Kibby) Eggena
I hope liv and jack have a good support system. they are great kids. i enjoyed my talks with sherry at softball games and at drugtown. and as liv and a few others know.. everytime i look at my rain jacket with the duck tape marks i will think of sherry. i did not know her as well as others but i liked her very much. chuck carpenter
I loved her. She was my "little friend" and helper. Sherry's many talents made her friends' lives much easier when we called on her to lend us a hand, and she NEVER SAID NO to those calls for help. She was pretty, smart, sassy and had a heart of gold, truly. I will miss her along with you all. Sincerely, Shelly Klaas Dickenson
I'm' so sorry for your families loss
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