I met Sherry many yrs ago with an old friend Alisa ( Bowser) Lanzalacco ....at a party...many yrs later her daughters and my daughter became friends and we remembered one another and were young moms and did things together for some time. As adults we went our ways but kept in touch through the carnival ( she visited for the Manchester-Shortsville Carnival) came to town occasionally when I lived there, she moved north and many yrs passed we did not see eachother til 2013..I then found out about her disease and progression and had her over to my old house to visit to have dinner try to have fun. She told me to ignore her disease and lets have a beer like old times. I told her I was not sure if that was ok but she insisted to have a beer and hang out. I am very thankful to have had her over in 213. I moved lost touch and occasionally facebooked to see how she was. She ha a good heart and was given a very unfair disease and Huntingtons is such an awful thing!! Prayers to the girls that they remember the good times and she is at peace now. XOXO
I am truly sorry for your loss. I will always cherish the many fond memories of time spent with Sherry during high school and playing sports together. She always had an infectious smile and great sense of humor. She will be missed.
My thoughts and prayers are with her family. May you take comfort in each other in these difficult times. Heaven is bursting with joy to have another angel among them. May God bless this family today, tomorrow and always.