Sherri is a seventh generation Vermonter and is a native of the Randolph Area.  She was educated in the local public schools of Braintree and Randolph; graduating from Randolph Union High School.

Sherri is very familiar with the surrounding communities and their citizens.  She has extensive knowledge of dozens of Vermont town.  Sherri is a committed professional who is very enthusiastic about the Vermont lifestyle and has a zeal for sharing it.  Her friendly attitude, great people skills, strong work ethics and tremendous knowledge of the real estate market trends make working with Sherri an enjoyable event. Let her help you find your piece of Vermont and enjoy the process at the same time. No pressure; instead Sherri offers guidance and support.

She is a current member of the National Association of Realtors, the VT Association of Realtors, and Central Vermont Board of Realtors. Through her desire to continually stay in the mainstream of real estate, Sherri has obtained her designation as Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) and graduate of the REALTOR Institute (GRI). Past memberships include: President & secretary of the Central Vermont Board of Realtors, Randolph Rotary, Chamber of Commerce, and White River Valley Ambulance Board Representative from Brookfield.

Sherri began working at the local newspaper, The Herald of Randolph, as a typesetter for many years before accepting a job at a book publishing company, Capital City Press, located in Montpelier, Vermont.  Sherri has always had an avid interest in Real Estate and began her career in Real Estate in 2002 with BySel Realty of Randolph.  In 2008 Sherri opened her own Real Estate Firm, Vermont Heritage Real Estate, Inc.

Sherri raised her two children in the towns and schools of Brookfield and Randolph.  She currently lives with her husband, Michael, and their yellow Labrador retriever, Sandy, in Brookfield.  In her free time, Sherri likes to relax by quilting, gardening, enjoying the outdoors, and visiting with family and friends.