In Memoriam

2020 November 10th: Sheryl Morris

Sheryl was a happy, fun-loving person who always had a good word to say about everybody.  She will be remembered by her big, infectious smile, laughter......and here adventurous spirit. She always took time to listen and made it a point to ask and know how each person she interacted with was doing. She was so genuine and cared deeply about her family and friends. You always felt loved when you were around Sheryl. Sheryl passed away on November 10th, at the age of 41, at home, surrounded by her loving family. She was born on May 26th, 1979 to Ramon and Herminia Lee in Manila, Philippines. The family relocated to Brisbane, Australia when Sheryl was four and later relocated to Pasadena, California when she was 20. Sheryl was Catholic and had a deep love for God and her family. She attended All Hallows Catholic Girls School in Brisbane, Australia and went on to graduate from The University of Queensland in Brisbane Australia, earning her BA in Psychology. Her first job in the stats, after obtaining her Class A driver’s license, was as a School Bus Driver. In 2003, Sheryl went to work for then Savon Drugs as a clerk and quickly earned her Technician license. After 17 years, and holding many job titles, she continued to do what she loved most…pharmacy and people. Her CVS Family was near and dear to her heart. In 2014, Sheryl married Ken Morris, which included here stepchildren, Zachary, Chase and Maclairyn Morris. In 2019, Sheryl and Ken grew their family further by giving birth to a beautiful baby girl “Kenslee”. She is survived by her parents Ramon and Her;minia Lee, Brother Ian Lee and sister Leeanne Nobleza.

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