I had Sherman at my passover sedar almost every year since we went to law school in 1971. I just called to invite him for the 2013 sedar and was shocked to find out that he passed away. This man was one of the kindest humans I have come into contact with. I will always remember him as a wonderful human being.
Sherman was an inspiration, kind soul and Southern Gentleman of the highest order. To say he was one in a million would be an understatement. May our Lord bless and keep him. Sherman touched everyone he met with a sparkle of kindness on loan from our Lord. RIP good friend.
Sherman was always so nice and kind to my mother, frequently picking Cile and Poppa Karl up when they could no longer drive and driving them to Key Largo, or Coral Gables, or Surfside, for luncheons with old friends. His many kindnesses will not be forgotten.
It was such a sad surprise to learn of Sherman's death. I enjoyed working with him on programs for the English-Speaking Union and will miss him. He was always gracious, helpful and kind. May he rest in peace.
I am very saddened to learn of Sherman's death. I first met Sherman when he was the clerk for Judge Kehoe. He always had a smile and was a great story teller. I have not seen Sherman in quite a few years, but I always remembered him. RIP Sherman. Paul Haferling
Sherman was a retired attorney who first called me to join the Coconut Grove Jaycees after being at conf with Stran Trout. He will be miss, my you RIP and deepest condolences to his family. I see a private interment for him on Dec 15, can any of his old friends attend or just go to St Thomas Episcopal Church?