Cherri Ann Coiner

Cherri Ann Coiner, born on March 11, 1956, in Denver, CO, was a beacon of love and support for all who knew her. She had an incredible knack for making each person feel valued and cherished, a testament to her reliable, thoughtful, and supportive nature. Cherri was a woman who embraced the beauty of life with open arms and a loving heart. Her journey, which began in Denver and unfolded in Lubbock, TX, before she made Fritch, Texas, her home, was filled with moments of joy, laughter, and the warmth of family love. It is with profound sorrow that we acknowledge Cherri’s passing on June 20, 2024.

Cherri was a devoted stay-at-home mom, a role she cherished and excelled at. She was the best Granny, Mom, Daughter. Sister, & Friend there ever was. Her children, grandchildren, and her “greats” were her world, and she nurtured them with an unparalleled degree of love and care. Cherri was a woman of many talents, and her creativity found expression in the beautiful jewelry she crafted. As Maya Angelou once said, “My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style,” and this was a sentiment Cherri embodied in all aspects of her life.

Cherri is survived by her loving family, including children, Jaysun (Ashley) Lowery, Tabatha Lowery, and Sonya (Vincent) Williams; grandchildren Makenzee (Sean) Bain, Damien (Kelsey) Lowery, Waylon Larkan, Abbigail Lowery, Lenora Sim, Natalie Lowery, Sunny Lowery, Huxlee Lowery, Danielle Padilla; great-grandchildren Zayleigh Sim, Sterling Lowery, Avery, Zariah Sim, Zane Kuhn, Jaxsun Bain, Colt Bain, Sean Jr; and siblings Cynthia White, Karoll Gonzales, Leonard Coiner, Larry Coiner, Linda Drake, Debra Bradley, Teresa Baker.

She was preceded in death by her mother Mona Sharp, brother Micheal Harriman, stepfather Bud Brown, father Bud Coiner, and half-siblings Roberta Coiner, Mark Coiner.

We invite you to share your cherished memories and photos of Cherri on her memorial page. Her life was a testament to the power of love, the strength of family ties, and the beauty of human connection. Please join us in celebrating Cherri’s life and honoring her legacy.


  1. Tabatha Lowery

    Man mama i misssssssss u so much!!!! God truly got the best angel when he took u home!!! I will always continue to make u proud down here! Tell my daddyo i love him!

  2. Lenora sim

    I love u granny I love tht they used the pic I took of u for this! I miss u so much and I wish u could have lived forever! U were always my cheerleader, supporter. Best friend, and granny! I will never stop thinking about u! I love u Nana to the moon and back!!

  3. Andres Veliz

    Tabby me n my family send or condolences to you and your family. I’m here for you sweetheart.
    Tabby u have no more worries cause your momma is in heaven. No more pain, no more suffering, an no more tears. She’s sitting with the one that’s loves us the most GOD. God Bless You n Your Family. Love you always The Veliz Family

  4. Cristi Wyble

    Y’all’s momma was a true blessing to be around!! I loved her spirt, creativeness, and truly kind heart. She always loved and showed love no matter who you were or how long you knew her. My prayers and love are with you all!

  5. Heather

    I never got to met you but had many phone conversations with you! You were an amazing woman with so much love for your family! I enjoyed the conversations we did Have! Hope you’re getting the rest you need up there and watching down on your beautiful family you created I know they miss you a lot!

  6. Linda Drake

    She loved her family❤️She was taken way too young. Hang on to all your memories of her. It won’t be long and will all be together again!!! Love you all

  7. Sonya Williams

    Every time I smile,
    Every time I sigh,
    I think of your face,
    And a tear escapes my eye.

    You were my world,
    My inspiration and my heart,
    But when you left me,
    I thought I would fall apart.

    You were my best friend,
    My one true confidant,
    And that’s not all you were.
    You were also my mom.

    I didn’t want to live without you,
    But you would have wanted me to,
    And if there’s anyone I want to make happy,
    That anyone is you.

    I would have given anything to have you back,
    But I know now that it was meant to be,
    For you are still watching from up there,
    And I know you’re watching me.

    I’ll make you proud, Mom.
    I’m going to fulfill your wish.
    You’re going to see me and smile.
    That’s a daughter’s promise.

    Love you mother dear

  8. Leonard Coiner

    Even though we didn’t meet till later in life I loved you and I will miss you you were always kind and loved by everyone you will always be remembered and loved we will meet again dear sister

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