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Sherri Larson (Murray)

 

Last updated 7/7/2021 at 7:56am

Sherri Larson (Murray), age 55, unexpectedly departed the world on Tuesday, June 22, 2021, at her home in Arlington, Washington.  

She was born in Brewster, Washington, to Gordon and Kathleen Larson on March 1, 1966. Early in her life, Gordon and Kathleen moved from Grand Coulee to the Seattle area, and Sherri was raised in Edmonds, Washington where she graduated from Woodway High School. 

Sherri was previously married to Paul Murray, and together they had their wonderful son, Connor Murray. 

Sherri spent 30 years working in law enforcement as a police dispatcher for Snohomish County 911. She was incredible at her job, and she took great pride in serving the citizens of Snohomish County. At the time of her passing, she was working for the Department of Social and Human Services. 

Sherri was well known for her sense of humor, her love of music and her great talent as a photographer. She will be remembered as a loving mother and a devoted friend by those who knew her.  

She was preceded in death by her mother, Kathleen Larson, of Coulee Dam, Washington. 

She is survived by her beloved son, Connor Murray; her father, Gordon Larson; sister, Lisa Faul (Keith); brother, Randy Larson as well as nephews, cousins and many beloved family and friends who added so richly to her life.  

Sherri's son, Connor, was the love of her life. She poured her heart into loving and caring for him. Anyone who knew Sherri knew he was her pride and joy, and she fiercely loved him. 

In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations to Sherri's son, Connor Murray, to help provide for his future needs. Connor is 16 years old, and the best way we can honor Sherri is to support Connor in her memory. A Go Fund Me account has been set up at https://gofund.me/ac051444 for Connor. 

A celebration of life will be scheduled in the future. 

You are loved and will never be forgotten, Sherri.

 

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