Sherri Louise Creonte, 52
Sherri Louise Creonte, 52, loving daughter and sister passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, September 24. Sherri was born on January 7, 1967 in St. Margaret’s hospital in Boston to Pamela A. and the late Joseph A. Creonte. She grew up in Kingston, MA, and was a graduate of Silver Lake Regional High School.
After high school, Sherri took the Civil Service exam and went on to work for the Department of Environmental Management. She started as a laborer and worked her way up to supervisor. She had many friends in the park system and does to this day. She later went on to complete her education at Massasoit Community College and became a veterinary technician.
Sherri is survived by her mother Pamela and her husband Bill Anderson of Plymouth, MA. Her truly best friend and sister Kimberly (Creonte) and her husband Teddy Weckbacher, Jr. and their children Jo-Anna and Teddy Weckbacher, III of Kingston, MA. Her two beloved dogs, Rudy and Baxter whom she loved like they were her children. Sherri is preceded in death by her father Joseph Creonte and her beloved canine companion of 17 years, Joey.
Sherri has many aunts, uncles and cousins whom she loved very much. Among those are the matriarch of the Creonte family, her Aunty Virginia Chandnoit, her children Jerry, Susan Harwich, Joyce Girard and their children. The patriarch of the Creonte family her Uncle Tony Creonte, his children Tina Creonte, Tony and Jimmy and their children. Her cousins Brenda (Rochon) Viglienzoni and Leo Rochon, and her step-Aunt Priscilla Anderson.
Sherri loved motorcycles, fast cars, live music and dancing, and was an avid collector of pink elephants since childhood. She loved her New England sports teams, NASCAR and everything Harley Davidson. Her NASCAR and Harley Davidson collections, as well as signed and nostalgic sports memorabilia, were extensive.
All who knew Sherri knew her passionate love, care and concern for dogs which drove her to rescue and train most of the dogs she has had in her life. Sherri trained and had her beloved Joey certified as a service dog. Everywhere she took him they both put a smile on people’s faces. Sherri was always ready to lend a compassionate ear to anyone who needed it, even strangers. She loved and cared very much for the friends in her life.
Sherri was loved by many. Her presence here on earth was a gift and she will be dearly missed every day. A celebration of Sherri’s life is planned for Sunday, October 27, 2019 at the Hilltop Athletic Association, 65 Pottle Street, Kingston, MA from 1 pm to 6 pm. All who knew and loved Sherri are invited to come and spend the day reminiscing, enjoying music, laughter, and lots of food.
In lieu of flowers, there will be a Doggy Care Donation box available at the celebration to be used for the daily care of her babies, Baxter and Rudy.