Sheri Lynn (Nagel) Baird, 55, of Excelsior Springs, Mo., passed away unexpectedly on Friday, June 19, 2020 at home.
Sheri was born on March 19, 1965, in St. Louis, Mo., to George W. and Wanda S. Nagel. Sheri was a 1983 graduate of Shawnee Mission Northwest High School in Shawnee, Kans. She married Jeffrey Baird on August 26, 1996. Sheri grew up in Lenexa, Kans., and later moved to Excelsior Springs where she was raising her family. She was a member of Mount Calvary Lutheran Church in Excelsior Springs where she participated in the Altar Guild and the Lutheran Women Missionary League.
She was preceded in death by her mother.
Sheri is survived by her husband, Jeffrey, and sons, Zachery and Alexander of the home; father, George Nagel (Anita), Shawnee, Kans.; sister, Stephanie (John) Allen, Shawnee Kans.; and her extended family.
Visitation will be from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Thursday, July 2, 2020 with service following at 10:30 a.m. at Mount Calvary Lutheran Church of Excelsior Springs, 1215 Baldwin Street, Excelsior Springs, Mo. The family suggests memorial contributions to Calvary Lutheran Church.
Arrangements in care of Bross & Spidle Funeral Home, Excelsior Springs.
Our Sincere Condolences
We are extremely saddened to hear of your loss. Keeping all of you in our prayers and thoughts. Praying for you all to feel surrounded in love as you remember your beloved mom/wife/daughter/sister/aunt/
I am so sad to hear about Sheri’s passing and I pray for your comfort as you heal from this loss. I had the privilege of working with Sheri for many years. She was a wonderful person with a kind heart and soul. I know how much she loved her church and her family, she will be missed.
– Melissa Nance
My deep sorrow are with the family. Sherri was a good person. She will be missed at church.
So sorry to hear of your loss….prayers for the family.
We are very saddened with the passing of our beloved one, Sherri. We will miss her very much, seeing her in church and LWML meetings and going out to lunch. She was a joy to be with. She added a lot to our meetings and also she loved to volunteer a lot. She was our secretary, she always helped trim the Christmas tree at the Hall Of Waters, she enjoy helping all the ladies trim the church Christmas tree. We had a good time laughing and joking around. She also helped with the Sunday School classes. She was always one of the first to volunteer for kitchen duty and serving food for all occasions. She was a good friend to all and was happy to see you weather we saw her on her job or out shopping. She was truly a blessing to all. Doug and I have always thought the world of Sherri, she will be missed.
Pat and Doug Roberts
Sheri was such a special person; so kind, so caring, so helpful, so loving, so much fun to be with, and so beautiful. We are missing her so much. She was a very big part of our church family and a very good friend. Prayers to the family and to all who love her. Bill and I love you, Sheri. Rest in Peace
Bill and Sandy Kelb
Jeff, my condolences to you and your boys. If I can be of assistance in any way, please don’t hesitate to ask.
We are asking for God’s strength and comfort to support you during this loss of a beautiful Loved one. Thoughts and Prayers are a constant.
Gary and Amber Van Bibber
I am so so sorry for your loss Jeff, you and your family are in my thoughts a prayers…
My condolences to Jeff and the boys as well as extended family! I know this is a difficult time for all of you and my prayers and comfort for healing are being sent your way! Sheri had a kind and loving spirit, and she certainly left us too soon and will be missed!
All my love, Sue Herrick
Dear Jeff, family & friends. We are all in shock with broken hearts. We loved Sheri so much and will truly miss her. We pray that God holds you close, gives you strength and comforts you in the challenging time. He will never leave you.
Lynn, Rick & Trey Borkowski
Jeff, We’re so saddened/shocked to learn of Sheri’s untimely demise…we had no idea that she had passed away until today.
I always thought she was so sweet & kind, I never heard her utter a bad word about anyone.
No matter where or when I’d run into her, she always greeted me w a warm hug & her sweet smile. You & the boys were her reason for being.
May all of you find peace & comfort in all of your wonderful memories of this beautiful soul. I’m heartbroken that we couldn’t honor her by attending her memorial, we just didn’t know.
Our deepest condolences to you, Zack & Alex.
Love , Joyce & Bill Tuck