Sherry K. Harris

Sherry Kay Huffstetler Harris, 61, of Engelhard, died Thursday, September 27 at Chesapeake Regional Medical Center.

Born in Gastonia, NC on December 15, 1956, she was the daughter of the late Barbara Underwood Huffstetler and Alden Price Huffstetler.

Sherry was a homemaker and the widow of Henry Harris.

She is survived by children Patrick Harris, Joey Harris and Sara Harris, all of Engelhard, and siblings Sharon Buckley of Gastonia, Jackie Keith of Cheraw, S.C., Tracy Allison of Cheraw and Laura Huffstetler of Gastonia.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.

Twiford Funeral Home, Manteo is assisting the family with arrangements. Condolences may be expressed at www.TwifordFH.com.

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