We could not have ask for better neighbors.
Sherman will be missed greatly, but never be forgotten.
So deeply sorry for your loss.
John, Kelly & Emma Williams
Sherm and I were very good friends during our High School days at KHS in Kokomo, Indiana. You can stand tall and be proud of him for serving this great Country of ours.
Hugs and prayers to all of you, and God bless his memory.
A class mate,
Elaine (Thatcher) Welch
We were saddened by the news of Sherm&s death. We have followed the reports of his illness over the past several months. We pray for your family and that you will have the strength during this most difficult time. We always enjoyed seeing him and being around such a joyful person who made everyone feel at ease. We know that you will always remember him with fond memories. While we are not able to be at the funeral, please know that our thoughts are with you and we pray that his memory will be eternal.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Azar, Terre Haute
I am so sorry for your loss. Sherman was a pleasure to get to know and to take care of. I loved being able to joke with him, even when he was feeling his worst he would still give it back to me. I will miss him, and I will miss seeing you Dorothy.
Please accept my deepest sympathy,
I always appreciated ""Sherm"" because he was respectful to all the girls. He was a gentleman, quiet, and faithful to the job at hand. I never heard him complain about his work. He will be missed by many. Glad I had the opportunity to know him at work.
I am so sorry for the loss of your husband. My prayers are with you.
I worked with you at Penney&s if you fogot who I am, but I wanted to let you know
how sorry I was for your loss.
I will be working so will not be able to be there for the visitation or service. Dad and Mom unfortunatley will not be able to make it either and asked me to send thier condolences. I can&t imagine what your feeling and justo hope it helps to know your being thought of. Theresa