Sherri A. (Brown) Duarte

August 24, 1958 - March 29, 2020
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Sherri A. (Brown) Duarte, 61, of Ludlow, passed away peacefully on Sunday, March 29, 2020 at Baystate Medical Center, surrounded by her loving family. Born August 24, 1958 in Ashland, Kentucky, she was the daughter of Carole Brown and the late Richard Brown Sr.

In addition to her mother, Sherri is survived by her husband Robert Duarte of Ludlow, her sons Justin, Colton and Devin, her daughter Shauna and her husband Mike, her step-son Robert, her brother Richard Brown Jr. and was a Grandmother “Gramsy” to her 7 beautiful grandchildren Julia, Michael, Justin, John, Laila, Drew and Brayden. Sherri leaves behind many extended family and friends.

She grew up with a passion for dance and spent many years teaching tap, ballet and jazz at Charmaine School of Dance in Springfield. She enjoyed trips to Old Orchard Beach and watching bands with family and friends.  She was the heart of her home, giving anyone who stepped in a warm welcome, laughter and memories that could be shared for a lifetime.

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Timeline for Sherri A. (Brown) Duarte

Born: August 24, 1958
November 28, 2019
Thanksgiving Day
Thanksgiving Day
July 29, 2018
Baby Shower with sister in-laws
Baby Shower with sister in-laws
July 29, 2018
Baby Shower
Baby Shower
August 1, 1964
Sherri in the middle.
Sherri in the middle.
Died: March 29, 2020

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Christine (Collins) Peacey posted on 4/10/20

Carol I am so sorry to hear of your beautiful daughter... My deepest sympathies to you and her family may she remain in your hearts always, Christine


Kevin Brown posted on 4/8/20

My condolences to Sherri’s children and to her family. I have many fond memories of Sherri while we were growing up. It’s beautiful that you went on to have such a large and loving family. You will always be in my thoughts and prayers. Your cousin, Kevin


Joe Jorge & Family posted on 4/3/20

Bob, Very sorry for your lose.


Darlene (Brown) Lauer posted on 4/2/20

To life lived in beauty, cousin Sherri the memories of you are sunshine. For my Aunt and cousin Richard, please accept heartfelt condolences and love. To Sherri’s family and loved ones, life blessed us...Angels dance. All our love, Darlene (Brown), Scott, Hanna & Ava Lauer


Alan & Maureen Vautrain posted on 4/2/20

Bob , we are truly sorry for your loss .


Adele and John Vautrain posted on 4/2/20

Bobby and family, Our deepest sympathies to all of you. May you find comfort in your memories and with those who surround you. John and Adele Vautrain


David and Marcia Lima posted on 4/2/20

Our Deepest Sympathy to Bobby and Family as we remember Sherri in the special times we’ve shared, will live in our hearts always. Through the good times and the bad, the happy and sad, smiles and the tears. We love you and miss you. David and Marcia Lima is


Manuel DaCruz posted on 4/1/20

To the Duarte family Bobby so sorry to hear the sad news may god bless you & your family


Diane Leal posted on 4/1/20

My sincere condolences for all the family, it is so sad ? stay healthy! My prayers are with you??


Frederick Denno posted on 4/1/20

So sorry for your loss. We will always remember her bright smile, especially when her grand children were mentioned. We love you and miss you. Fred and Judy Denno


Tony costa posted on 3/31/20

Bob and family So sorry to hear about Sheri my condolences to you and the kids Tony Costa