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Sharon E. HARNER

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HARNER, Sharon E. [Streit] Sherry was born on December 30, 1943 in Toledo, Ohio. She lost her battle with lung and brain cancer on June 1st, at her home in Centerville, Ohio. Sherry worked as a hair dresser for many years. Raised her 3 kids and then worked at Irongate Realtors. She is preceded in death by her parents, Robert & Ruth Streit (Hale), her brother Richard Streit, and step daughter Jaimie Harner. She is survived by her loving husband of 28 years, Jerry Harner. She is also survived by her daughters Kym (Mike) Cappel, Kari (Mike) Houston, and son Kevin (Tonya) Kistler, and step daughter Jill (Drew) Fussnecker. And eight grandchildren: Kellsie & Josie Cappel, Andrew, Mitchell, & Peyton Houston, Kayla & Kloe Kistler, and Nathan Fussnecker. Also survived by her, sister in law Laurie Streit, sister in law Jackie Harner, sister in law Judy (Joe) Early and mother in law Nora Thomas. Sherry really enjoyed playing cards once a month with her "Card Club Ladies": Pauline, Mary, Doris, Alice, Linda, Faith and beloved Rosie! She has played cards with them for 40 years! Sherry loved to work in her beautiful yard side by side with her husband, feed and watch her feathered friends, take care of Kitty! She also enjoyed bowling, throwing darts and watching her grandchildren in ALL their activities. But her all time favorite was going to gambling boats and hitting the slots! Memorial Service 11 am Wednesday June 5th, 2013 at the TOBIAS FUNERAL HOME-FAR HILLS CHAPEL 5471 Far Hills Ave at Rahn Rd. Pastor Joel Morgan officiating. A Gathering of Friends will be from 5-8 pm Tuesday June 4th at the funeral home. We would like to thank Miami Valley Hospital, Bethany Village, Hospice of Dayton, and Pastor Joel Morgan of Royal Redeemer Church for taking such great care of Sherry. In Lieu of flowers donations can be sent to Hospice of Dayton or . On line condolences may be sent to www.tobiasfuneralhome.com

Published in Dayton Daily News from June 3 to June 4, 2013
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