My heart goes out to all Sheryl Joy's family and friends. May God Bless her and you to eternity.
I am sad to hear of your loss. We were schoolmates growing up. My deepest sympathies to the family and friends.
Deepest condolences to Sheri's family and numerous loving friends. She was a joy to see and speak to and will be so missed.
Alan & Renee Jacobson
I am so very sad to learn of Sherry's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with her family, and all the many friends and co-workers who also loved her and loved the way she made us feel. I met Sherry back in the 80's at Tempo Fashions where we became friends. We kept in touch through the credit union, and occasional lunch dates at Antonio's. Her upbeat attitude never stopped, despite being dealt the cancer card. She always smiled, and laughed, and made those around her happy. I remember a funny Sherry-story from back in our retail days; a customer was less than happy with her when she informed them they would only get a due bill, not a cash refund. After she handed them the paper, the husband questioned her signature. He went on to tell her that her "S" looked like a 5 and she that she should learn how to write, or something like that. She laughed about that but never once said anything negative about the guy.... that's just the type of person she was. My deepest sympathy to Don and the families. I will miss you Sherry.
To the Joy and Burns families,
I worked with Sherry for 12 years. Sherry saw me get married and have children. Over the years of working with Sherry and stories she would share about her family, I was able to put pieces together that Sherry and my husband are a distant cousins! I loved to call over to the Strongsville office and I would then sing FRANKIE VALLI & THE FOUR SEASONS - SHERRY BABY LYRICS, just to hear her laugh. After figuring out we were cousins, we would call each other "Cuz". I loved calling and asking for her by her full name, I can still hear her repeat it (because I always asked her too!!)I changed jobs about 2 years ago, so my contact with Sherry lessened greatly, but then and now I love her the same. Heartbreaking for all of us here. But relief that she is free to be.