On March 2nd, my daughter, Sharree Walls, was struck and killed
by a drunk driver while riding her bike at Mardi Gras. She was only 27 years old. Sharree was the director of a nonprofit that raised funds for charitable organizations and that also trained individuals to become active in their community service. She was bright, intelligent, compassionate, and loving. She was adventurous and outgoing. So full of life. A wonderful daughter, sweet aunt, fun cousin, incredible sister, and loyal friend. I don’t know how to live without her, but the beautiful memories keep her close.
— Lois Benjamin