Sherry Pullan passed away quietly in her sleep Sunday morning May 7, 2023, with her daughter, son, son-in-law, and grandchildren supporting her as she was reunited with her husband Marvin Earl Pullan. Sherry was born on August 3, 1938, in Lava Hot Springs, Idaho to parents Mary and James Rollins. She had five sisters and one brother.\n\nOn January 30, 1965, in Midvale, Utah, Sharon married the love of her life Marvin. They shared an adventurous life together, living in Washington, Michigan, California, Oregon (Portland and Salem), Texas, Kansas, and Utah. They raised ten children together, six girls and four boys, Cindy, Becky, Charles, Tammy, Susan, Scott, Shamane, Lee, Michael, and Michelle. She loved being a mom and took pride in the many accomplishments each of her kids achieved. She was an amazing support system to her husband and children. She was a strong and independent mother and wife, making her home a heaven on earth for all who entered it. Her warm smile and happy demeanor were infectious and rubbed off on her children and grandchildren. She had a talent for always making her kids laugh when they came home from school frustrated. However, when they were not looking, she would give way to her tender mother’s heart and shed a tear privately. Her priority was always her family, and they always came first in everything.\n\nSherry was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served tirelessly in her many callings in the church. She always went above and beyond, trying to make each event a special experience for those who attended it. She was quick to sign up to feed those who needed a meal and loved serving her friends and neighbors. She was a good friend and confidant. She was easy to talk to, and always kept things private, which was something she worked hard to instill in her children. Her testimony of our Savior and His example of service is something she worked hard to emulate. It is something remembered by her children and those who knew her.\n\nSherry loved to make food that was different, and that people would love. She loved to make homemade sourdough bread from a sourdough start that she would feed every day. She mastered making homemade chocolates and spent countless hours in a dark, cold basement room making sure that her chocolates turned out exactly right. She loved making scones, spaghetti pie, and fried chicken. They were meals that her children would get excited for when they would smell the aroma when they walked in the door from a long day.\n\nShe is survived by her children; Cindy (Ellery) Curtis, Becky (Carlton) Hinton, Tammy, Susan (Curt) Fisher, Scott (Chandra), Shamane (Steven) Ross, Lee (Carry), Michael, and Michelle (Ryan) Heinhold. Three sisters, nineteen grandchildren, and three great grandchildren. \n\nShe was preceded in death by her husband Marvin, two sisters, her brother and son Charles.\n\nFuneral services will be held on Wednesday, May 24 at Jenkins-Soffe Funeral Chapel located at 1007 W. South Jordan Parkway, South Jordan, UT 84095. The viewing will be held at 11:00 am. The funeral service will be held immediately following the viewing at 12:00 pm.