NASCAR philanthropist Sherry Pollex, aged 44, has passed away after her valiant cancer battle.
Sherry co-founded "Catwalk for a Cause," raising over $4 million to fight childhood cancer.
She fought stage 3 ovarian cancer, then initiated funding for ovarian cancer research.
Sherry and Martin Truex Jr. received awards for their contributions to stock car racing.
Despite her illness, she continued her philanthropic work, leaving an enduring legacy.
Sherry was honored at the 2023 Catwalk event she couldn't attend.
NASCAR expressed sadness at her passing, recognizing her inspirational journey.
Born in Michigan, Sherry grew up watching NASCAR and developed a deep connection to it.
She met Martin Truex Jr. during his Xfinity Series rise, and they focused on charity together.
Sherry's positive outlook during her cancer battle inspired many and left a lasting impact.