Sheri Kay Rodebush, age 47, passed peacefully at her home in Oilton, Oklahoma on December 14, 2022, after a 2-year battle with kidney failure. Sheri was born to Nina Rodebush and Terry Rodebush on July 1, 1975 in Claremore, Oklahoma. The Rodebush family lived in Graham Texas, until 1991, when they relocated to Oklahoma. Sheri graduated from Oilton High School in May of 1994. From 1994 to 1996 Sheri was employed by Jiffy Trip Convenience Store. In October of 1996 she and then husband, Raymond Youtsey welcomed their first child, Kelsi Youtsey. In 2003 she became pregnant with her twins, Gracie, and Shayne Youtsey. This was a total surprise because she had recently been joking and haggling with her younger sister Tonya, who had just had twins 3 months earlier. After the birth of their twins, Sheri was employed with Oilton Early Headstart for several years. In 2010, Sheri welcomed her last baby boy, Dayton Bryce Cichon. Like her son Shayne, Sheri loved being the life of the party! Every chance she had she would attend one of her very dear high school friend's concerts. She loved watching and listening to her friend Thomas Martinez perform. Sheri also loved spending the holidays and having cookouts with her whole family. Her favorite past time was being with her nieces, nephews, great nieces, and great nephews. She is proceeded in death by her two unborn babies, Jordan and Xander, Son Shayne Youtsey, Brother Doug Rodebush, and stepfather, Dwayne "Chooch" Gilbert Jr. She is survived by her mother Nina Gilbert of Jennings, Oklahoma, Father Terry and Eugenia Rodebush of McAlester, Oklahoma, daughters, Kelsi and Gracie Youtsey of Jennings, Oklahoma, son Dayton Cichon of Oilton, Oklahoma, Sister Tonya Mills and her husband Dustin of Oilton, Oklahoma, and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, family, and friends.
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