Sherry Kumler
Kumler (Krueger), Sherry
Bradenton, Florida, passed away quietly on June 2, 2021. Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota on June 10, 1944 to Alfred S Krueger and Lola M (Taylor) Krueger. Sherry and her family later moved to Mt. Pleasant, Michigan where she graduated from Mt Pleasant High School and Central Michigan University (magna cum laude). Sherry, now married to Mike Kumler, moved to California where she completed her masters degree in librarianship at San Jose State University. As a librarian, Sherry found her passion working with children, stimulating their imaginations with her wonderful stortelling. Sherry came to love California, residing in San Jose, Santa Cruz and Quincy, along the way, making many dear friendships. Sherry was able to explore her varied creative interests including a love for music and dance. She sang and yodeled for pleasure and performed/recorded with her group, The Coyotes. Sherry became an accomplished English folk dancer, specializing in Morris Dance. She also travelled broadly throughout her life to many intersting and exotic places. Sherry will be terribly missed by family and friends.
Published by The Morning Sun on Jun. 17, 2021.
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Sherry was such a dynamic librarian and so full of life. She was a treasured and indispensable member of Hayward Public Library, Ca. And much lived by the children and their parents. She delighted in keeping Morris dancing alive, as well as the old cowboy songs through her group the Coyotes. She performed with them in California and the Thumb festival in Michigan. Her bright smile and good humor will be greatly missed by all who knew her.
Jody Snyder
September 1, 2021
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