Continuing The Celebration ForSherry Lynn Brower
Sunrise: October 24, 1968 – Sunset: March 26, 2023
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On March 26th 2023, God called Sherry Lynn Brower, his good and faithful servant, home to rest. On October 24th 1968, Sherry was born to Sarah Solomon and Perry Brower In Pittsburgh PA where she spent most of her childhood. Like her mother before her she was a member of Metropolitan Baptist Church She was educated in the Pittsburgh Public School System and attended Martin Luther King Elementary, McNaugher Middle School, and Oliver High School, and then CCAC. Growing up, She spent majority of her time with family and had an inseparable bond with her cousins Jottie Harp-Boyce, Toneen Williams, Linda Lowry-Walden, Tammy Harp-Jagers, Ronique Carter, Clarence Lowry Jr., Tara Louis, Lisa Bennett, Jackie Lowry Givens, Sean Lowry, brother Perry Brower, and a host of other cousins and family. She is survived by her son Bilal Abbey, whom she loved with all her heart. She made many sacrifices to excel at motherhood, but to her nothing was more important than nurturing and protecting her child; by her husband David Donaldson who she had known for 40 years, and trusted with her heart, and her future; by her mother and brother Sarah Solomon and Perry Brower who she would give the world to if she could; by her nieces and nephew, Tawanna Brower, Perry Brower, and Tajanera Brower, who she also loved with open arms and a open heart; and lastly, by all the memories and love we have for her in our hearts. Sherry was employed at the OMNI William Penn Hotel before she worked at PNC Bank for over 2 decades where she was a valued team member and an amazing friend. She was promoted to the Executive Office of PNC several years before her passing for her hard work and consistency. From 2014-2017 Sherry had 4 joint replacements but through God’s grace she never lost a step. Her joy for life and all of its simple pleasures never waned. She enjoyed traveling with her husband David to places like Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Virginia, and Texas to visit family. In March 2022 Sherry moved from Pittsburgh to Texas to enjoy the good weather and live her best life. She will truly be missed by all that had the chance to know her.