Sherod Lindsey

Sherod Lindsey

August 22, 1971 - October 09, 2021
Mission Viejo California

Sherod Lindsey

August 22, 1971 - October 09, 2021
Mission Viejo California


Sherod Lindsey of Mission Viejo, California, passed away on October 9, 2021, with his wife by his side. He was 50 years old.

Sherod was a man who was larger than life. He always had a smile on his face and a Coke in his hand. He was fiercely devoted to his family and a loyal friend. Easy to laugh and quick to help, he was an icon in the community. He always had the right tools on hand to assist in any project.

Sherod loved to go RVing, hunting, and spend time with family and friends.  A car enthusiast, he enjoyed taking his 1959 Ford panel truck to car shows and charity events. His greatest joy was passing on his love of cars to his son, Connor.

Sherod is survived by his wife, Jenny; his son, Connor; and extended family and close friends. His daughter, Savannah, passed away in 2018. We take comfort in that he is finally at peace and has been reunited with her.


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84 responses to Sherod Lindsey

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  1. Your Wife says:

    Today is the 10-month anniversary of your passing. My heart is still broke. I am lost. I wish you were here. Everything is so hard.
    I love you.

  2. Your Wife says:

    Happy Birthday my love. Wishing you peace and comfort. Know that we celebrate you today even though you can’t be with us.
    One Love for One Life.

  3. Your Wife says:

    Eleven months today you passed away. I can’t believe it has been that long. I still see you everywhere. Everything leads back to you. Reminds me of you. Reminds me of our loss and reinforces the pain. I am working hard to raise our son. I know you would be so proud of the young man he is becoming. He is a spitting image of you.
    Music has been a good source of therapy and I can’t help but listen to this one today:
    Waking up to kiss you and nobody’s there
    The smell of your perfume still stuck in the air
    It’s hard
    Yesterday I thought I saw your shadow running round
    It’s funny how things never change in this old town
    So far from the stars
    And I want to tell you everything
    The words I never got to say the first time around
    And I remember everything
    From when we were the children playing in this fairground
    Wish I was there with you now
    If the whole world was watching I’d still dance with you
    Drive highways and byways to be there with you
    Over and over the only truth
    Everything comes back to you

    All my love for all my life.

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