Janice E. Sherman

Albion, Pennsylvania

1942 - 2021


Albion, Pennsylvania


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Janice E. Sherman, 79, formerly of Albion, passed away Tuesday, February 9, 2021 at Rolling Fields Nursing Home in Conneautville after a lengthy illness. Janice Elaine Steinhoff was born to Lawrence E. and Lillian L. "Tootie" Graham Steinhoff in Erie on January 26, 1942. She graduated from...

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I worked with Jan for many years and always appreciated her directness and her concern for students. She was a very good teacher and truly cared about her students!

I was one of her many students. I learned so much from her. In my senior year she had me work in her salon in Abion.So many wonderful memories. Kim i remember her trying to find ur shoes! She could believe how u couldn't find them! Lol I worked in the Edinboro manor and got to say good bye to her the night before she moved. She couldn't believe she was a teacher. My father had All timers, was so hard to see this. My prayers for all the family

Sorry to read about Jan, we went to Michael's Beauty Academy together, always had that smile and did a wonderful job of teaching her Cosmetology students for us salon owners. My sympathy to her family.

Sherm was such a great mentor to so many people esp myself during my cosmetology study in the late 90s early 00s. I wanted to give up so bad on everything and she kept pushing me to better myself. She will be deeply missed by so many. Rest high sweet angel.

Sherm was a great teacher. She cared about her students beyond just our grades. She taught us valuable life lessons. Rest in peace Sherm

She was the best teacher I ever had and taught us much more than how to do hair. I have so many fond memories of my time in her classroom while in high school.

I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Sherm. She was a wonderful lady and all of us Cosmo girl just adored her. She was a fantastic teacher and someone I will never forget. She loved her family very much!! She talked about Kim and Larry so often it felt like I knew you!
In my thought and Prayers
Marlise Lydic Gilson