Roxie  Scherer
Roxie Scherer passed away Aug. 27, 2019 from complications following a 2002 boating accident. Roxie was born in Corsicana Oct. 19, 1950 to N.N. "Rip" Earley and Blondell Warren Earley. She lived most of her childhood in Kerens and Corsicana. At 17 she moved to Falmouth, Ma., where she graduated from Bourne High School. After graduation she married and moved to Alabama, where she lived until her death.
Roxie was a master gardner and an amateur ornithologist.
For the last 17 years, her body was confined to a wheelchair, but not her mind, phone dialing finger or her love for Jesus Christ, her Lord and Savior.
She leaves to cherish her memory, husband GM Scherer of Rockford, Al; three sons, Ken and wife Kristen of Edina, Mn, Caleb and wife Robin of Prairieville, La.; and Steven and wife Roxanne of Trussville and a brother, James Earley and wife Michelle of Rockdale. Nine grandchildren, and a host of cousins and friends both in Alabama and Texas.
There will be celebration of her life at a future date. Interment at Prairie Point Cemetery.
Published on September 6, 2019


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Joyce Cochran
Sep 24, 2019
Roxie and I were friends when we started at the telephone company years ago. We shopped and we would visit each other and eat at each others house. We lost touch over the years. She was a beautiful girl and kind. Prayers to her family and friends.
Kay Windham Carver
Sep 24, 2019
I enjoyed knowing Roxie.
Loda walters
Sep 10, 2019
James this is Loda Roxie's friend and coworker just wanted to let you and your wife know I'm thinking about you all Roxie will forever be in our hearts❤
Kwame Felton
Sep 08, 2019
Roxie is a friend of my mother and I have known and heard of Roxie for what seemed to be my entire life. I am thankful my mother and Roxie crossing paths many years ago working for South Central Bell phone company. She would talk to me at times at their job or when she would call for my mother at home. I’m thankful to have met Roxie and my thoughts go out to all the family members and to those who knows her. Memories live on and memories live strong ❤️