Sherry Lynne Geren

Orange Blossom, California

Dec 5, 1962 – Oct 28, 2018 (Age 55)


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Sherry Lynne (Nevel) Geren, born on December 5, 1962 in Modesto, California, to the late Ralph Lonzo Nevel and Kathryn Sill, passed away at age 55 on October 28, 2018 in Orange Blossom, California. Sherry was the loving wife of Michael. She is survived by her sons, Jeramy Geren and David Geren; daughter, Melissa Ketner; brothers, Jerry Nevel, Gerry Nevel, and Kerry Nevel; and grandchildren, Briar Geren and Noah Geren. The family invites donations in Sherry's name to American Cancer Society. Friends and family members may attend the memorial service on Saturday, November 17 at 11:00 a.m. at Assembly of God, 3126 Stanislaus St., Riverbank, California, 95367.

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And a woman spoke, saying, Tell us of Pain.
And he said:
Your pain is the breaking of the shell that encloses your understanding.

One of my favorite books to read as I pass through the seasons of my life has been The Prophet by Khalil Gibran. It reads

And you would watch with serenity through the winter of your grief.

Happy Birthday Sherry. We missed your smile Today. And always,

A mother holds her childs hand for only a little while, but their heart forever. With love

My dear friend when we ran around together we always had a blast. Memories are always running through my mine. Omgs . Keep smiling down on all of us.

So difficult... God bless you all, I send inner strength, love and peace. Carolyn

Sherry my heart aches that you had to leave us so soon. I know you are at peace and that helps ease the pain a bit. You touched so many hearts in your short time here. May God hold up your family through this. RIP my beautiful Sherry...

I love you , Sis.. I hope you are pain free and at peace, I'll truly miss you. Keep a eye down here on David he'll need your presents to weather this storm.. Until we meet again..

In loving memory of my wonderful daughter. I will love and miss you always. Your Mom

I am sorry for your loss. It is always hard to lose a loved one in death. Our heavenly Father is very aware and understands the pain you feel. He will give you comfort. (Psalms 86:6,7) Your family has my deepest sympathy.