Sherrie Noble
1957 - 2022
Sherrie Noble
Service Information
Service Date
Sunday November 20, 2022
Service Time
Service Location
Bishop's Funeral Home Chapel
Burial Information
Burial Location
Requested Charity
initiatives that promote research and education of autoimmune disorders.
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It is with great sadness that the family of Sherrie Noble announce her passing on November 15, 2022 at age 65. Born in Bath, New Brunswick, she was the daughter of Alice Burke and Elwyn York.

Sherrie graduated from St. John Community College in 1977 and worked in the field of Human Service Counselling for several years before returning to St. Thomas University to complete her Social Work degree. Sherrie practiced Social Work for 30 years in New Brunswick, most recently at the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital, Fredericton.

Sherrie was very proud of her work accomplishments, one of which was working with the Department of National Defence to produce a video addressing family violence in the military. This video was made available to all military bases across Canada.

Sherrie loved her family dearly and when not working, spent much of her time planning and preparing for that next "perfect" special occasion. She loved to cook and was often called upon for her timeless recipes.

"Grammy Gnigni" will be missed beyond measure and remembered forever.

 Sherrie is survived by her three daughters Sacha, Farrah (Phil) and Vanessa Noble; beloved grandchildren Ross Robertson, Max and Mara MacKinnon, Mango Langmaid and Kai Noble; nieces, Terri Ann and Tracy Nicholas and Holly Peters; grand nieces and nephews Nicholas, Sebastian, Sophia, Tori, Jacob, Olivia, Stella and Chloe; many dear cousins and friends.

Sherrie was predeceased by her dear sister, Ann Peters; mother, Alice Burk; father, Elwyn York and grandpuppy, Pancake.

A funeral service will be held at Bishop’s Funeral Home Chapel on Sunday, November 20th at 4pm with Reverend Chris Bennett Officiating. A private interment will be held at a later date. The funeral service will be livestreamed for those who are unable to attend. The livestream can be accessed on the day of the service through the link found on Sherrie's online obituary. 

The family requests that donations in Sherrie’s memory be made to initiatives that promote research and education of autoimmune disorders.

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Sherrie Noble