Sherdina Bertha Prince was born in Pittsburgh, PA on September 18, 1942. She was the oldest of 3 children born to Richard J. Farrell and Gertrude Farrell. Her siblings were Robin Denise Willis and Barry Willis (husband) and Richard J. Farrell engaged to Leslie Fleming, Sherdina leaves behind her children, Willie Detroit Prince and Matearia Prince (wife), Ronelle Smith and Steven Smith (husband); her grandchildren, Briana Prince, William Prince, Wiliana Prince, Cameron Moultrie, Danielle Stevenson, and Dominique Stevenson. She loved and lived for all her grandchildren and children. There was nothing they wanted or longed for if she had anything to do with it. They were the center of her life besides her best friend Willie J. Prince. Sherdina met and married Willie J. Prince. They met in Arlington Heights while in High School then moved on with their lives and went their separate ways. It wasn’t until years later that they decided to start to date or court that was the word back in the day. They eloped and married on October 27, 1973 in Little Washington, VA. Willie and Sherdina had a wonderful life together that included traveling, cooking, and bible study. Together they raised their children and helping with the joys of their grandchildren. They loved each other until the end of time and are now able to join each other in heaven as they both knew that this would happen. Sherdina was quite the Diva when it came to fashion. You would always be able to see her in her many different outfits and matching shoes and many different hair styles. Her favorite pastime was teaching her children how to be self-sufficient in the world of today and be guarded with the Armor of God. Because she loved the Lord. According to her. if you had on the Armor of the Lord you have everything. There was not a day that went by that she did not give praise and thanks giving to Jehovah Jira God Jesus. She loved the Lord with all her heart. Her children knew that too because she spent so much quality time with them, they could not ask for a better mom. Side-note best friend in the mom sense. Sherdina had a way with people in general, she spoke the truth and spent her free time with her parents, siblings, nieces, nephews and cousins when she could. She leaves behind the legacy of love and positive energy she released to each person who came in her path. Sherdina will be remembered for her love, and kind heart and of course being direct and holding no punches or sugarcoating life lessons. She was the spice of life. Sherdina Bertha Prince will be missed so very much. Our Dina will be remembered forever and ever. We Will Always Love You Sherdina.
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