Jack W. Sherman Sr.

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Sherman, Jack W. Sr. RAVENA Jack W. Sherman, Sr., 70, passed into eternal life Monday, February 25, 2008 at home surrounded by his proud and loving family following a noble and courageous battle with cancer. Jack retired in 1998 after many years of service with Marshall's Garage. He was an Eagle Scout, a former member of the Coxsackie Gun Club and a life long member of the Grace United Methodist Church in Ravena. Jack will be lovingly remembered for the warmth of his smile and the flush of pride that colored his cheeks whenever thoughts turned to his wife and family. Jack had a fondness for all things related to boating, classic cars and time spent at his camp on Kinderhook Lake. Survivors include his wife, Linda I. Lyons Sherman of Ravena; children, Jack W. Sherman Jr. of Selkirk, SueAnn M. (Scott) Giroux of Ravena, James E. (Peggisue) Sherman of Ravena, Sandra E. (Thomas) Frese of Coeymans Hollow, Sarah A. (Anthony) Morrow of Ravena and Jedediah F. (Kathleen) Sherman of Rochester; mother, Thelma D. Sherman of Castleton; brother, Frank B. (Penny) Sherman Jr. of Idaho; 18 grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter. Jack was pre-deceased by his father, Frank B. Sherman Sr. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 2 at the Grace United Methodist Church, Ravena. There will be no calling hours. Contributions in memory of Jack, may be made to the Community Hospice of Albany, 445 New Karner Road, Albany, NY 12205 or to the Grace United Methodist Church, 16 Hillcrest Drive, Ravena, NY 12143.
Published in Albany Times Union from Feb. 26 to Feb. 27, 2008