• "Aunt Sherry you were such a kind soul.... sweet and..."
    - Julie Brent/Hymore
  • ""Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, Love leaves a..."
    - Melinda Mathile
  • "Uncle ronnie its taken me awhile to tell u how very much u..."
    - Angela DiStefano
  • "Sherry, You have always been family in our eyes. It really..."
    - Barb Bazzy
  • "Ron, Scott, Kris and grandkids We were so forunate to be..."
    - joan sigurdson

HYMORE Sherry Sherry Hymore, age 64, passed away peacefully December 13, 2011 surrounded by family at their home in Oregon, Ohio. She was born December 18, 1946 in Toledo, Ohio and was a 1964 graduate of Clay High School. On June 5, 1965 she married her high school sweetheart, Ron Hymore. During their lifetime adventure they raised two children, Scott and Kristina. They started their life in Savannah, Georgia and lived in Puerto Rico, North Carolina and Michigan, but mainly they considered their home to be in Oregon, Ohio where they lived for more than 30 years. Sherry started her professional career as a beautician and then salon manager, but later dedicated herself to the students of Wynn Elementary and the Wynn House where she discovered her passion as a teacher's assistant, mentoring and fostering children with special needs. She retired in 2007 after nearly 25 years of service to the school. In her remaining years, she and her husband Ron divided their time between their homes in Ft. Meyers, Florida and Oregon, Ohio. The oldest sister of four, Sherry shared a lifelong bond with her three siblings who were with her, holding her hand until the end of her life. As a loving grandmother of four, she will be remembered as their one and only Oma. Sherry lived for her grandchildren; she deeply enjoyed watching them grow up and being an important part of their daily lives. She was a dear friend to many, and a life-long teacher, counselor, and mentor. Sherry will always be remembered for her ability to make people laugh with her highly embellished stories, her passion for making and reliving good memories, and her loving way of finding the good in everyone. Sherry was preceded in death by her father and mother, Robert and JoAnn, "Bobo", Carpenter; her father and mother-in-law, Albert and Bessie Hymore, and her nephew, Joshua Donley. Sherry is survived by her husband, Ronald Hymore; sisters, Robin Nichpor, Nancy (Patrick Donley), and Terrie Brecht; brother, Robert (Deb) Carpenter; son, Scott; daughter, Kristina (Joseph Adent) and grandchildren, Seth Hymore, Isabelle, Abigail, and Rebecca Adent. The family wants to thank the infinite number of friends who gave their support throughout the difficult time, especially Butch Keefer and Kelly Martinez who tirelessly gave of their time and efforts. Family and Friends are welcome to attend a visitation on Friday, December 16 from 2-8 p.m. at Hoeflinger-Bolander Funeral Home, 3500 Navarre Ave, Oregon, OH 43616. A service will be held the following day at Hope Community Church at 5650 on Star Extension from 10-12 p.m. with services following. Donations can be made in Sherry's name to the St. Jude Children's Hospital or Hospice of Northwest Ohio.

Published in Toledo Blade from Dec. 15 to Dec. 16, 2011
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