Personal Service, Peace of Mind, Pleasant Memories

Sherrie D. Pollard

11/01/1957 - 03/18/2018

Viewing Information

A viewing will be held, Friday, March 23, 2018 at Metropolitan Funeral Service, Portsmouth Boulevard.

Service Information

A funeral service will be held, 12pm, Saturday, March 24, 2018
New Beginning Christian Center
5900 Arthur Avenue Portsmouth VA

Interment Information

Interment-Private

Sherrie D. Pollard was born on November 1, 1957, in Norfolk VA. She was one of six children born to the late Minnie Pollard and Joseph Pollard. She peacefully entered into eternal rest with her lord and savior, Jesus Christ at her home on March 18, 2018. She attended Woodrow Wilson High School in Portsmouth, VA. Sherrie also known as “Miss Ann” touched the hearts of many people. She was naturally a “caretaker” and although she did not have much she never hesitated to help and share her blessing. Her family was broad and encompassed not only her blood relatives but included all people who crossed her path. She loved unconditionally. She was a mother, sister, grandmother, aunt, cousin and friend. Many have been blessed because of her generous heart. Loving, Supportive, Provider and Survivor describe her life. Loving – To know Miss Ann is to Love her. Her friends called her sister because she treated everyone like they were her family. If you needed advice, a hug or a meal, it was just a word. She would give you whatever she had at any given time; whether, it was her shirt or her shoes. Supportive – As her mother’s health declined and she lost her ability to walk; Miss Ann was one of her main caretakers until she developed own health problems. There were nothing she would not do for family; she was a second mother for several of her nieces and nephews. Provider – For her children, she was the provider, giving them whatever they needed even if that meant working two jobs. Survivor – Throughout her life, she survived many storms and challenges. Although Sherrie had many trials and tribulations, she always saw life as a gift and she never complained in spite of it all, thanking God every step of the way. Miss Ann had a love for music and was a dancing machine. But if you are looking for her on a Saturday, Bingo is where you would find her. She was preceded in death by her mother - Minnie M. Pollard, her father - Joseph Pollard, and her sister - Bernice Dynette Pollard and her fiancé - Juan Morales. She leaves to cherish her memory four loving children, Darren Pollard, Jovon Pollard, Jarvis Pollard, and Sherrie Pollard, Ten grandchildren: Jawuan Pollard, Daneka Pollard, Jalyn Pollard, Shorine Pollard, Javarion Yates, Samaya Pollard, Tamaya Pollard, Darion Pollard, Jaileah Pollard, and Jerzii Strickland; Five siblings Shirley Artis, Michael Pollard, Barbara Pollard, and Jo Ann Pollard, all from Portsmouth, VA and Carlethia Gaines from Hampton, VA; eleven nieces, twenty-three great nephews, and 1 great-great niece; two stepsons George Goodman and Shuntun Goodman and host of other relatives and friends. Her heart held a special space for Renee Riddick and Sharon Clark her lifetime sister and best friends.

Linda My deepest Sympathy goes out to the family, losing a love one in death is a very trying time. Please find comfort in knowing what the bible says about the opportunity of seeing our dear love ones again @ Act 24:15 under the very best conditions @ Revelation 21:3 & 4. Please visit JW.ORG for more encouragement and hope from GOD’S word during this difficult time.
Posted: 3/26/2018
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Maria Mcdougle Ward My condolence to the family, may God be with you all doing your t I me of lost.I had an opportunity to speak with nd Ann a year ago I hadn't spoke with her in years. We laughed and talked about school days, how we had so much fun..She was a very g[d hearted person, her spirit was felt was you walk among her even when we was so much younger.To the children and grandchildren know that God restores all things.
Posted: 3/26/2018
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Carlethia Gaines It's hard to say goodbye when we just started to say hello. And as you welcomed me in your life, you suddenly had to go. I'll regret the times that should have been, could have been, would have been, but regrets are just lost moments in time. So I'll just remember your welcome that was warm like sunshine. Have grace with God my sister.
Posted: 3/23/2018
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Anitrus Johnson Sending my condolences to the family. You all are in my prayers during this difficult time. Love you.
Posted: 3/23/2018
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Sandria Hughes Jo, my sister in Christ. You and your family are in my prayers. Life often catches us by surprise, but Our FATHER in Heaven know all and is always there to comfort us. May HIS love embrace and comfort you at this most difficult time. Love You Big Sis.
Posted: 3/23/2018
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NAVSUP WSS T&D We would like to extend sincere condolences to the Pollard family during this difficult time. We will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers. The NAVSUP WSS T&D Family
Posted: 3/23/2018
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Tonya blow You will truly be miss Ms ann you was always a kind heart person
Posted: 3/23/2018
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van g brown Such a beautiful person with a heart of gold. My words can never express the void left in my heart as well as others. Thanks for being my mom...for her in my heart...love your son Van
Posted: 3/23/2018
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Jacqueline Wilson Jacons Miss Ann was truly a very sweet person and a good person and dear friend she will be missed. R.I.H.Miss Ann.Praying for you Moochie
Posted: 3/21/2018
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