Mrs. Sheri Nell (Phillips) Green died peacefully at her home on March 25th, 2020 at the age of 66 after a long, hard fought battle with cancer. She was a Malakoff native and there was a special place in her heart for the friends and families of those she grew up with. Sheri also touched the heart of many during her travels all over the world.
Sheri is survived by her husband James Preston Green of Mabank, her son James Paxton Green, daughter in law Shree Green and grandsons Briley and Bryce Green of Midlothian, her son Caleb Davis Green, daughter in law Kristin Green and grandson Brady Green of Lewisville, her father in law James R. Green of Tool, and her Brother Paul Davis Phillips of Athens. She is also cherished by her Brother in law Mike Green and his wonderful wife Barbara (deceased), sister in law Charlsey Holler and her husband Jeff, sister in law Mary “Meg” Hughes and her husband Johnny (deceased). There are a multitude of nieces, nephews, and cousins that will miss her dearly.
Sheri is preceded in death by her father JP Phillips and mother Vera Doris Davis Phillips of Malakoff, step mother Mary Stacy Phillips of Malakoff, and her niece Lindsay Peyton Goen of Henderson.
Sheri was born on February 22, 1954 in Athens Texas to JP Phillips and Vera Doris Davis Phillips. She graduated from Malakoff High School in 1972 and was married to her high school sweetheart James “Preston” Green on September 1st the same year. Soon after being married she left Malakoff and lived in a number of countries around the Middle East and Asia before returning home to the Malakoff area to retire.
A memorial will be announced at a later date due to current healthcare related restrictions.
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