Dr. Sherry Paulette Rust

Dr. Sherry Paulette Rust

Dr. Sherry Paulette Rust February 2, 1948 – November 29, 2021 Sherry was born to Loval Rust and Doris Burns on February 2, 1948 in Dallas, Tx. Mother of Candace (Jim) Dill and Jennifer Lawson. Sister to Richard Rust. Boof to Alicia (Clint) Traylor, Angela (Seth) Devlin, Johnathan (Mattison) Gibson, Kasey Dill, Kayla (Rickey) Lewis, Erica, Allison, Paizlee, Aylah, Karson, Asteria, Bentley, Cannon, and Jagger. 

Sherry graduated from Celeste High School in 1966. For twenty years, she was dedicated to making people feel and look beautiful as a hairstylist. Sherry achieved profound professional experiences. 

She earned Doctoral and Master Degrees in Counseling and Psychology from Texas A&M University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Texas at Dallas. As a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, she devoted her time and care to her clients in her own Psychology Practice located in Kaufman, Tx. 

She truly cared for her family, friends, and her animals. For many years, she enjoyed breeding and showing her Sphynx cats and kittens. She shared special bonds with her therapy dogs and cats. Sherry was a one-of-a-kind, vibrant person, who possessed an inner strength that radiated to all aspects of her life that lovingly influenced everyone who knew her. 

“Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure. You are loved beyond words and will be missed beyond measure.” – Renee Wood

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