Sherry Lovekamp, 68 of Smithville gained her angel wings on October 31,2020.
She was born on March 7, 1952 to Charles Burton and Joy Adams in Fort Worth,
Tx. Sherry is preceded in death by her parents and sister Pam Clary.
Sherry was known for her love for her family and friends, big personality, sense of
humor and even bigger smile. Anyone who knew her knows that she never shied
away from expressing her opinion on things she believed in, even if it was just by
the look on her face. Sherry loved cooking (and boy could she cook), fishing and
spending time with family and friends. She had a big heart willing to jump in and
help anyone in need, but was also known as not to be messed with when it came
to her family. Sherry taught her children unconditional love, the importance of
family and the value of hard work. She believed in God, country and family. Sherry
supported our military, our veterans, law enforcement and first responders. Sherry
was a beloved business owner (Huebels and Sherry's Kitchen) and was well
known and loved.
Sherry was a loving and caring wife, mother, grandmother and friend, she will be
Sherry leaves behind in loving memory her husband Randy Lovekamp, brothers;
Charlie Burton, Bobby Burton, Alan Burton and Steve Burton, her children; Kelly
Gibbs, Teresa Garcia, Jerry Hopp, Brandi Lovekamp, Kyndra Lovekamp and Erik
Lovekamp, her grandchildren; Josie Garcia, Megan Hopp and Maison Cantu.
Sherry's Time of Remembrance will be held on November 7, 2020, 4pm-7pm at
Gipson Pendergrass People's Mortuary. Our family asks In lieu of flowers please
send donations to Smithville Volunteer Fire Department or Saint Michael’s
Lutheran Church Winchester.
IN LIEU OF FLOWERS PLEASE SEE BELOW:
Smithville Volunteer Fire Department (Station 1)
317 NW Loop 230, Smithville TX 78957
St. Michael's Lutheran Church
710 Frio St., Winchester TX 78945