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Sherel Warwood

Sherel Warwood-Lawrence passed away March 16, 2018.  She was  born May 27, 1942  to Stanley Lawrence and Roselynn Jenson in Tremonton, Utah.

She will be missed by everyone and anyone that had the privilege to meet her. 

She is survived by her brother, Stanley Lawrence, Jr;  her two sons, Max Lunger and Robert Johnson; her grandchildren, Shaylee Barker and Taylor Johnson; great-grandchildren: Brylee Baker, Ryder Baker and Jacee Johnson. 

A celebration-of-life will be held Saturday, March 31, 2018 at 3 pm, 4555 W 4000 S, West Haven, Utah.


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Dear Max and Robert, I was sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. She was the funniest person I've ever know. Sherel will truly be missed by many of us.

Val Elison Mar 31 2018 12:00 AM

Thank you so much!

Shaylee baker Mar 30 2018 12:00 AM

Thank you so much this means alot to me!

Shaylee baker Mar 30 2018 12:00 AM

Sherel was a good friend for many years. she was a fantastic person and good cook and baker. She was so funny posting her stories. Always good for a laugh. so sorry she had to suffer so much in the end. I know she loved her sons and grand children. She is now at peace. May God rest her soul.

Carol Williams Arnold Mar 26 2018 12:00 AM

Sherel was so easy to love. But none of us can fully comprehend just how difficult and challenging her life really was ---- losing her beloved mother at such a young age, being a single parent to her precious boys while working a full-time job, making wedding cakes on the side, and countless other things she did to make ends meet. That blessed woman deserves a crown of gold for her goodness, and you can be sure she will get it. God is aware of all she sacrificed to make life sweet for her sons, as well as her beloved grandchildren, whom she adores. We could all learn a lot from Sherel when it comes to making the best of what we've got, putting others before ourselves, sacrificing to make life sweet for our little ones, going without sleep to figure out ways to bring in enough money to pay the bills, finding the humor in things that sometimes were not so funny but still worth laughing at, and so much more. We are all better for having had Sherel in our lives. She was one in a million and she gave all of us reasons to smile and to be grateful that we were blessed to rub shoulders with such an angel.

Martha Huggins Bullock Mar 24 2018 12:00 AM