McKenzie Brooke Sherrill, 28, of Mooresville, N.C., passed away on Monday, September 28, 2020.

She was born on January 14, 1992, in Mooresville, to Gary Wayne Sherrill and Lisa Wilson Hollman. McKenzie was a hairdresser and attended Williamson’s Chapel United Methodist Church in Mooresville.

She was preceded in death by her paternal grandmother, Carol Sherrill; maternal grandfather, Ron Wilson; maternal grandfather, Everett Baxter; and maternal great grandmother, Jean Mills.

In addition to her parents, Gary and Lisa, she is survived by her son, Hudson Blake Hamrick; father, Ken Hollman; father of her son, Shane Hamrick; brother, Brandon Hollman; sister, Nikki Hollman; paternal grandfather, RL Sherrill; maternal grandmother, Judy Baxter; and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins.

A graveside service will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, October 3, at Williamson’s Chapel UMC Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Williamson’s Chapel UMC Cemetery Fund, 575 Brawley School Road, Mooresville, NC 28117.

Cavin-Cook Funeral Home & Crematory, Mooresville, is serving the Sherrill family. Condolences may be made to the family at www.cavin-cook.com.

2 thoughts on “McKenzie Brooke Sherrill

  1. You were always beautiful, rambunctious, spunky, and kind. My condolences to your loved ones and your son. I will always remember you as the beautiful little girl who looked just like her mother coming home from dance practice. Sharing your joy and laughter around the store. You will always be remembered.

  2. Mary Elizabeth Goble says:

    I will forever cherish our moments together and the memories we shared. I will never forget your upbeat attitude and neverending optimism for the world and people in it. I have so many words I wish I would have said to you and my heart aches to know I will never again be woken to the bright and cheery “hello gorgeous!” greeting you always started with whenever you called my phone or came to see me for a surprise visit but nevertheless those words are burned in my memory forever. You were one if the most genuine human beings I’ve ever been so lucky to have known. Rest in peace, dear friend. Know I will see you again some day.

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