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January 2019
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Richard “Dick” James McDonagh

Richard “Dick” James McDonagh, age 80 of Goodyear, AZ died surrounded by his family on January 20, 2019.  He was born June 10, 1938 in Toledo, OH, the only child of James and Elma McDonagh.  Dick was raised in Toledo and graduated from Macomber High School.  He worked as a welder for 50 years in the Local 50 plumbers and pipefitter’s union.  Precise and hardworking, he could build anything and fix anything.

Dick was dedicated to his family.  He worked hard to provide for any necessity his wife and children might have.  He taught his children the importance of integrity and an honest day’s living.  His example showed them what a husband should be.  His patience and calm demeanor allowed him to go with the flow in a busy household of children and various pets.

He loved being outdoors.  He enjoyed golfing, camping, boating, riding horses, shooting, even chopping wood.  He liked sharing his outdoor adventures with his family.  He especially loved to travel with his wife, Betty.  Together, they traveled to many states in the US.  After spending many trips out west, they fell in love with the west and chose Arizona as their retirement spot in 1998.  In addition to US travel, they took several trips overseas to Ireland, Scotland and Israel.

Dick is survived by his wife of 43 years, Betty McDonagh (Hudanski); daughters, Tamara (James) de Jesus, Deborah (Jack) Kroninger, and Lori Stickley; son, Scott McDonagh; eight grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild.  He was preceded in death by his mother, Elma McDonagh (Hum) and father, James McDonagh.

A visitation will be held at 12:00 pm, followed by a funeral service at 1:00 pm, Saturday, January 26, 2019 at The Church of Litchfield Park, 300 N Old Litchfield Rd, Litchfield Park, AZ 85340.  The family suggests that donations be made to VisionTrust, 3710 Sinton Rd, Suite 100 Colorado Springs, CO  80907.

Roger Eugene Boston

Roger Eugene Boston, age 86, passed into eternal peace on January 15, 2019 in Phoenix, Arizona. Roger was born June 26, 1932 in Parma, Idaho to Earl and Pauline Boston.  The oldest of six children, Roger enlisted in the United States Air Force a few months after graduating from Parma High School.  His Air Force service included assignments in intelligence and as an air defense weapons controller at several duty stations including England, Germany, Japan, and Alaska. He attended Officer Candidate School in 1958 and retired in the rank of Major in 1972 at Luke AFB, Arizona.

Following retirement from the Air Force, Roger completed his bachelor’s degree at Grand Canyon College and later earned a master’s degree from Northern Arizona University. His second career found him teaching 7th grade social studies in the Washington Elementary School District until his second retirement in 1995.

Roger had a passion for service and helping other others through his leadership.  He served in several key positions for the Boy Scouts at the district and council levels. He was active in DeMolay for many years including service as Executive Officer of DeMolay in Arizona from 1995 to 1999. In his later years he served the Luke Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America and was proud to be a Pioneer resident of La Loma Village in Litchfield Park.

Roger is preceded in death by his parents and daughter in-law, Nancy. He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Marcia Ann (Henery) Boston; sons, Mark and Craig; daughter-in-law, Elaine; grandchildren, Matthew, Claire, Liz, and Alec; great-grandsons, Erik and Jaxson; and his siblings, Marian, Betty, Joanne, John and Don.

Services will be held Saturday, January 26th at 1:00 pm, at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 400 S. Old Litchfield Road, Litchfield Park, AZ 85340. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Roger’s name to St. Peter’s Episcopal Church of Litchfield Park (www.StPetersAZ.com). 

James Andrew Mayes

James Andrew Mayes, age 81 of Chicago, IL died January 15, 2019, in Litchfield Park, AZ.  He was born May 3, 1937, in Chicago, IL to Nathan and Myrtle Mayes.  James grew up in Chicago and was a true Cubs fan.  He worked for R J Reynolds until his retirement.

Humble, kind, considerate, and funny, James was the finest father, husband, son, and friend that anyone could wish for.  He was nice to everyone he met and fully committed to his wife and family.  As a young father, he would frequently gather his sons along with other neighborhood children and head to the park to play baseball.   Once he was there he took the time to teach them the fundamentals of the game, such as how to hit, throw a curveball, and steal a base.  Although baseball was his passion, he always supported his son’s love of basketball and frequently took time to play with him.  His support of his son grew as he watched him develop into a great basketball player.  James also had a presence in his community.  He served as a cub scout leader for several years and contributed both time and money to his local parish.   He faithfully taught his sons the value of doing things to serve others.

James loved fishing and was a wonderful cook.  His barbecued ribs and chicken were memorable.  He had a strong group of lifelong friends that he met for breakfast every Wednesday morning until his illness prohibited him from gathering with them.  His strong moral compass and loyalty gave him the strength to endure the loss of his beloved wife, Winona; son, Kevin; and mother, Myrtle within a very short time period.

Although his grandchildren were not blessed to always live close to him, they remember his soothing, pleasant voice.  He showed an interest in them no matter where they were living.  They always ended a conversation with him feeling better about things.  His life was a testament to his words, “Be true to yourself and your family.”

James is survived by his son, Jamie L. Mayes; daughter-in-law, Cathey L. Mayes; brother, Donald Mayes; four grandchildren, Lauren Mayes, Madison Mayes, Raquel Harp; and R’mand Harp; and great-grandchild, Xavier Lasua.  He was preceded in death by his wife, Winona Mayes, and son, Kevin Mayes.

Marvin A. Kleiman

Marvin A. Kleiman, age 82 of Schaumburg, IL died January 14, 2019 in Avondale, AZ.  He was born March 16, 1936, in Chicago, IL, the second of three children born to Louis and Carrie Kleiman.  Born and raised in Chicago, Marvin graduated from Delano Elementary School and Senn High School.  He owned a Shell gas station in Skokie, IL for several years.  Upon its sale, Marvin began working as manufacturer’s representative for an auto parts and accessories company, a job that he kept until his retirement.

Marvin was a car nut.  He prided himself on his mechanical ability which gave him the skill to fix anything.  He took good care of his cars, always making sure that they were well maintained.  He was a hard worker and often worked double shifts at the gas station to provide for his children and family.

Marvin had a great sense of humor.  He was a very direct person, a trait that took getting used to.  He was a good cook and after his retirement managed the day to day household chores for several years before Elaine retired.  This allowed him to spend a lot of time with his son, Jake.  He like fishing and had a boat with a friend on Lake Michigan as well as a pontoon boat for his family on Twin Lakes, WI.  Many of his best memories were spent on the water with family and friends.

Marvin is survived by his wife, Elaine Kleiman; daughter, Alison Rigsby; son, Scott Kleiman; sister, Barbara Barnett; brother, Howard Kleiman; and five grandchildren.  He was preceded in death by his son Jake Kleiman.

Stanley Wade Thompson

Stanley Wade Thompson, age 82 of Tolleson, AZ  died January 8, 2019 in Goodyear, AZ.  He was born February 11, 1936 in Topeka, KS to Ray and Esther Thompson.  Stanley was a kind, good person.  He ran a business for 33 years.  He enjoyed fishing and hunting.  He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Jeanette Thompson; daughter,  Vickie (Quinn) McQuarrie; son, Robert Ray; grandchildren and great-grandchildren.  He was preceded in death by his daughter, Charlene. 

Pedro Muro Rojero

Pedro Muro Rojero, age 65 of Glendale, AZ died January 6, 2019 in Glendale, AZ.  He was born May 13, 1953 in Mexico, the oldest of three sons born to Francisco and Maria Rojero.  At a young age Pedro moved to Odessa, TX where he grew up.  Independent and stubborn, young Pedro was a lady’s man who loved low riders.  As he matured, Pedro came to know God and his life changed.  He loved God, and relied on Him to give him strength through difficult times and tremendous pain.  He believed that God has a plan for everyone and because of that, there was a solution for every situation that arose.  Trials made you stronger and if you looked at life from a different perspective and didn’t give up, you would succeed!

Pedro was fearless.  Nothing scared him, not even the disability that he lived with.  He would often draw, even though it was difficult for him to see.  He was a good cook.  He loved to laugh and joke, sometimes pretending to do magic and make his stump levitate.  He loved gospel music and was never shy to sing.  The words of the songs went straight to his heart and he often took them for signs in his life.  He lovingly cared for the roses in his garden and often cleaned the areas surrounding his home to ensure that everything was neat and orderly.

Pedro was more than a father, he was a friend and counselor.  Though he was quiet, he was always listening and watching.  His advice was brutally honest, but he made you think that no matter what difficulties you were facing you would be okay.  When his daughters were younger he would watch them play soccer.  He was their #1 supporter.  His grandchildren were everything to him!  He was so excited for his first grandchild that he made sure that he was there for the birth.  His brothers were a part of his daily life through text messages.  He would pour his coffee, grab his phone and call out, “Chanate time, bro!”

Pedro is survived by his daughters, Monica Contreras, Selena Muro Contreras, Rosa Contreras, Brenda Cuevas, and Adriana Ramierz; brother Jesus Ramirez; and eight grandchildren, Sophia, Aayden, Emma, Alexandra, Joann, Aileen, Jasmine, and Aaliyah.  He was preceded in death by his mother, Maria Rojero, and his brother, Jaime Ramirez.

A visitation will be held from 5:00 – 9:00 pm, Friday, January 18, 2019 at Thompson Funeral Chapel, 926 S. Litchfield Road, Goodyear, AZ  85338.  A visitation will be held at 10:00 am, followed by a rosary and a service at 10:30 am, Saturday, January 19, 2019 also at Thompson Funeral Chapel.  Burial will follow at Holy Cross Cemetery, 9925 W Thomas Rd, Avondale, AZ 85392.

Lyle Aldon Fisher

Lyle Aldon Fisher, age 88, of Scottsdale, AZ died January 7, 2019, in Litchfield Park, AZ.  He was born March 20, 1930, in Ravenna, NE to William and Bernice Fisher.  Lyle graduated from Grand Island Sr. High School and went on to serve in the US Navy.  Following his discharge, Lyle began a successful career as a businessman and entrepreneur.  His business interests ranged from opening the first 50 franchises of Village Inn to launching the National Coffee Company and forming the Da-Ly Real Estate as well as the Fisher-Vick real estate companies.

Lyle is survived by his wife, Marcia Fisher; daughters, Christina Worman (Barry), Linda Powers (Gary), and Michelle Johnson (Jay); son, Lee Fisher; sister, Betty Dowd; ten grandchildren, 9 great-grandchildren and several nieces and beloved nephews.  He was preceded in death by his nephew, Rocky Nissen; aunt, Eve Dean;  brother, Dewaine Fisher; and parents, William and Bernice Fisher.

A visitation will be held at 1:30 pm, followed by a funeral service at 3:00 pm, Tuesday, January 15, 2019, at Thompson Funeral Chapel, 926 S. Litchfield Road, Goodyear, AZ.

Raymond Petty

Raymond Petty, age 80 of Avondale, AZ died January 4, 2019 in Avondale, AZ.  He was born December 23, 1938 in Anderson, IN to Arthur and Virginia Petty and had 14 brothers and sisters.  He served his country in the US Navy.  Raymond was a simple hard-working man.  He is survived by his sons, Jerry and Bobby Petty; daughters, Joanie Webb and Cheri Barney; and a number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren. 

Domingo R. Cadena

Domingo R. Cadena, age 81 of Cashion, AZ died December 31, 2018, in Phoenix, AZ.  He was born February 28, 1937, in Presidio, TX to Manuel Cadena and Consuelo Ramirez.  His family moved to Artesia, NM where Domingo grew up working in agriculture until he began working as an auto repairman, a job that he held until his retirement.  Artesia was a small town, and Domingo fit right in with his horses, cowboy hat and boots.  Nevertheless, he loved racing cars, a passion that was later satisfied when he worked for Bobby Unser.

While working one day Domingo noticed a beautiful girl walking down the street.  He knew that she would be attending a dance later that week and he made sure to dance with her so that they could meet.    Once Domingo danced with Salome he knew that he wanted to get to know her better.  Their friendship grew and Domingo asked Salome’s father for permission to court her.  Though they lived in a small town, Salome didn’t know that her brother and Domingo were good friends, or that Domingo’s mother and her father had known each other in Texas.   The couple’s love grew steadily, and Domingo began to plan for marriage.  Worried about supporting a wife, he joined the United States Army National Guard and upon his return from training declared to Salome that he had enough money to be able to marry her.  They were married on March 15, 1958, and were blessed with 60 wonderful years together.

There were three things that could be counted on in Domingo’s day:  a good cup of coffee in his hand, a song to bring joy to his heart and rhythm to his walk,  and a joke to bring laughter and a smile.   He enjoyed fishing, target shooting, horseshoes, but especially playing dominos.    Even the grandchildren learned to play with him. Fun loving and lighthearted, he would tell a good story or give a life lesson while playing a game of dominos.  He could often be found whistling a tune or singing a song.  Whether it was a country song or an old Spanish love song, his melodies lifted the spirits of those around him

Domingo was a hard worker, a good provider for his family, a loving husband, and an exceptional father. Though he was easy going, he ensured that good manners and values were instilled in his children and grandchildren.  He maintained those same values in his neighborhood and never hesitated to insist that the youth in his community live up to his standards.  He was the father of 6 girls and 4 boys, affectionately known as his “10 talents,” but there were many more that he adopted into his family.  His wisdom and good heart blessed everyone he knew.

Domingo R. Cadena, age 81 of Cashion, AZ died December 31, 2018 in Phoenix, AZ.  He was born February 28, 1937 in Precidio, TX to Manuel Cadena and Consuelo Ramirez.  His family moved to Artesia, NM where Domingo grew up working in agriculture until he began working as an auto repairman, a job that he held until his retirement.  Artesia was a small town, and Domingo fit right in with his horses, cowboy hat and boots.  Nevertheless, he loved racing cars, a passion that was later satisfied when he worked for Bobby Unser.

While working one day Domingo noticed a beautiful girl walking down the street.  He knew that she would be attending a dance later that week and he made sure to dance with her so that they could meet.    Once Domingo danced with Salome he knew that he wanted to get to know her better.  Their friendship grew and Domingo asked Salome’s father for permission to court her.  Though they lived in a small town, Salome didn’t know that her brother and Domingo were good friends, or that Domingo’s mother and her father had known each other in Texas.   The couple’s love grew steadily, and Domingo began to plan for marriage.  Worried about supporting a wife, he joined the United States Army National Guard and upon his return from training declared to Salome  that he had enough money to be able to marry her.  They were married on March 15, 1958 and were blessed with 60 wonderful years together.

There were three things that could be counted on in Domingo’s day:  a good cup of coffee in his hand, a song to bring joy to his heart and rhythm to his walk,  and a joke to bring laughter and a smile.   He enjoyed fishing, target shooting, horseshoes, but especially playing dominos.    Even the grandchildren learned to play with him. Fun loving and lighthearted, he would tell a good story or give a life lesson while playing a game of dominos.  He could often be found whistling  a tune or singing a song.  Whether it was a country song or an old Spanish love song, his melodies lifted the spirits of those around him

Domingo was a hard worker, a good provider for his family, a loving husband, and an exceptional father. Though he was easy going, he ensured that good manners and values were instilled in his children and grandchildren.  He maintained those same values in his neighborhood and never hesitated to insist that the youth in his community live up to his standards.  He was the father of 6 girls and 4 boys, affectionately known as his “10 talents,” but there were many more that he adopted into his family.  His wisdom and good heart blessed everyone he knew.

Domingo was a faithful servant of God.  He was a member of St William’s Catholic Church where he served in many capacities in his lifetime.  Whether it was cleaning, painting the church building or ushering a service, he always helped in whatever way that he could.  He lived by the standards that he taught his children:   1. start every day with a prayer, 2. live by the principles of Jesus Christ, 3. give, 4. do not to hate, 5. turn a cheek, 6. forgive, 7. share your talents with others, and 8. continue loving.

Domingo is survived by his beloved wife, Salome Cadena; his “ten talents,”: Olga Romero, Thomas, Priscilla, Louis, Irma Perez, Patricia Cano, Daniel, Domingo, Jr., Annabel, Rosario Som,  and his many grandchildren and great grandchildren.  The Cadena family would like to thank the families and friends and all who knew him for their love and support. God Bless you . Donations may be made to PayPal Account: rscadena@msn.com or St. Williams Catholic Church 11001 West 3rd. St., Cashion, AZ 85329. Condolences for the family may be left at www.ThompsonFuneralChapel.com

Domingo was a faithful servant of God.  He was a member of St William’s Catholic Church where he served in many capacities in his lifetime.  Whether it was cleaning, painting the church building or ushering a service, he always helped in whatever way that he could.  He lived by the standards that he taught his children:   1. start every day with a prayer, 2. live by the principles of Jesus Christ, 3. give, 4. do not to hate, 5. turn a cheek, 6. forgive, 7. share your talents with others, and 8. continue loving.

Domingo is survived by his beloved wife, Salome Cadena; his “ten talents,”: Olga Romero, Thomas, Priscilla, Louis, Irma Perez, Patricia Cano, Daniel, Domingo, Jr., Annabel, Rosario Som,  and his many grandchildren and great grandchildren.  The Cadena family would like to thank the families and friends and all who knew him for their love and support. God Bless you . Donations may be made to PayPal Account: rscadena@msn.com or St. Williams Catholic Church 11001 West 3rd. St., Cashion, AZ 85329.

Cynthia S. Booker

Cynthia S. Booker, 57, a longtime resident of Goodyear and Avondale, died January 7, 2019. Mrs. Booker was born March 14, 1961, in Houston, TX and moved with her family to Avondale as a child. Cynthia is survived by her loving husband Stephen Booker, her sons, Jonathan (Shannon) Booker and Cameron (Mia) Booker and her daughter, Stevie (Christina) Merner; 3 grandchildren Zoey, Avery and Miles Booker, and a host of other loving relatives and friends. There will be no public viewing at either the funeral home or the church. Funeral Services will be held Thursday, January 17th at Skyway Church, 14900 W. Van Buren St. in Goodyear and will begin promptly at 11 am with burial to follow.

Donna J. Brisby

Donna J. Brisby, age 64 of Litchfield Park, AZ died December 30, 2018 in Goodyear, AZ.  She was born August 29, 1954 in Victorville, CA to Norman Hall and Delores Baatz.  Quiet and kind, Donna was always aware of the needs of others and quick to make sure that they were taken care of.  She would often grocery shop for food, only to give half of what she bought to others.

Donna was a stay-at-home mother who cared for her family and her children.  She was her husband George’s best friend and was never angry with him.  Together they enjoyed walking, hunting, picnics, swimming or just floating down the canals on an innertube.   She also enjoyed riding horses with her family.  She was friendly with the people in her neighborhood and kind to everyone that she met.  She and George would often have neighbors over to their house where they would sit outside and talk into the night.

Donna is survived by her husband, George Brisby; daughter, Delilah Brisby ; and sons, George Brisby, III and Sircy James Brisby.  A visitation will be held from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm, Wednesday, January 9, 2019 at Thompson Funeral Chapel, 926 S. Litchfield Road, Goodyear, AZ  85338.

Myron “Duffy” Michael Heinle

Myron “Duffy” Michael Heinle, passed away December 28, 2018, in Goodyear, AZ.  He leaves behind his wife, Barb; two daughters, Tracey Knos (Dave), Allison Gonzales (Ed); five beautiful grandchildren; two brothers, Gerald Heinle (Kathy), Galen Heinle (Sandy); and a sister Gale Deutsch.  Duffy was born in Riverdale, ND to Herbert Heinle and Ruby Burchell on September 18, 1952.  He attended Casselton High School and went on to receive his Bachelor of Arts at Minot State.

He joined the Bismarck Police Department in 1975 and continued his service to the community until he retired from duty as Deputy Chief in 2007.  He was dedicated throughout his 32 years of service to his community and his family at the Bismarck Police Department.  He spoke often of how proud he was to have served his community and his fellow officers.

After retiring from the Bismarck Police Department he was hired as a contractor for Basin Electric where he worked from December 2007 to December 2014, before completely retiring.  He enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren in Arizona and spending his summers at the family cabin on Lake Sakakawea.  He loved fishing, hunting with his brothers, and just sitting watching the beautiful sunset.  God bless you, Duffy!  We will miss you!

A funeral service will be held at 11:00 am, Thursday, January 31, 2019, at McCabe United Methodist Church, 1030 N. 6th Street, Bismarck, ND  58501.  The family suggests that donations be made to Cops-N-Kids, Bismarck Police Depart, 700 S Ninth Street, Bismarck, ND  58504.

Jeremy Robert Squires

Jeremy Robert Squires, age 44 of Litchfield Park, AZ died December 25, 2018, in Scottsdale, AZ.  He was born October 19, 1974, in Salt Lake City, UT to Grant and Kathy Squires.  Jeremy was a loving husband and father.  He was a great baker and the owner of The Bread Basket in Scottsdale, AZ.  He was a Sunday School teacher for five years.

Jeremy is survived by his wife, Dawn Squires; daughter, Emily Bey; sons, Austin Squires, Chandler, Chris, and Connor Bey; mother, Kathy Squires; sister, Tamara Lee Hullinger; and brother, David Grant Squires.  He was preceded in death by his father, Grant Squires.

A visitation will take place at 12:00 pm followed by a funeral service at 1:00 pm, Saturday, January 5, 2019, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 301 W Wigwam Blvd, Litchfield Park, AZ 85340.  Burial will follow at Holy Cross Cemetery, 9925 W. Thomas Road, Avondale, AZ 85392. 

Gary William Greer

Gary William Greer, age 84 of Avondale, AZ died December 7, 2018 in Chandler, AZ.  He was born December 3, 1934 in St. Johns, AZ, one of two sons of Lawrence and Louise Greer.  Gary lived in Yuma and Phoenix in his youth.  He graduated from Phoenix Union High School and received an Associates Degree from Arizona State University.  He worked for ADOT until his retirement.

In the late 60’s, Gary attended a social at South Mountain Park dressed in his western clothes, cowboy hat and boots.  His good looks turned the head of Linda Tingley who made sure that he didn’t leave until she had danced with him.  A courtship ensued and they were married November 21, 1970 in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Mesa Temple.

Gary was a devoted husband and servant of God.  He took good care of Linda and enjoyed traveling with her.  They visited many historical sights together and would make time to visit a LDS temple wherever they traveled.  Gary enjoyed history and many outdoor activities.  He liked to camp and cook out.  He was an avid gun enthusiast and enjoyed shooting.

Gary enjoyed many pastimes.  He liked wood working, photography, collecting model cars and working puzzles.  He loved the Dallas Cowboys.  Although he and Linda were never blessed with children, they had several nieces and nephews.  Gary was beloved by many in his church family.  His ready smile and friendly demeanor, interesting stories, and corny jokes always brightened the day of those he came in contact with.   His testimony of his Savior Jesus Christ was always evident in the life he led and the kindness with which he treated others.

A gathering with his wife Linda will be held at 11:30 am, followed by a memorial service at noon, Saturday, January 5, 2019 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 13277 W Thomas Rd Goodyear AZ 85395.

Sherry Lynn Peterson

Sherry Lynn Peterson, age 67 of Goodyear, AZ died December 23, 2018 in Phoenix, AZ.  She was born October 3, 1951 in East Liverpool, OH to Edward and Edwardina Keener.  Sherry was the heart of her family, the rock, the glue that held everyone together.  More than just a mother or grandmother, she was the best friend for all of her family members.  As a single parent, Sherry raised her 3 children. Her role in helping raise her grandchildren was and is a huge, huge role in their lives, and provided them with wisdom, love and a listening ear while allowing her to smother the great-grandchildren with magnitudes of love.  

Sherry worked from 2000-2011 in property management until her health declined.  Once she was at home full-time, Sherry’s care for her family became her passion.  She was a caretaker for her son when he fell ill and she nursed him through to his recovery,  She assisted with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren through their medical journeys and the births of their children, her great-grandchildren.  Most importantly,  no one could equal the love and care that she provided for her family. 

Sherry was a devoted Women of the Moose member of the Loyal Order of the Moose.  She was a past Senior Regent of the Avondale lodge.  She was also a member of the American Legion in  Avondale AZ.  But most of her time was spent with her family.  She loved going to Mormon Lake in the mountains in their home on wheels (motorhome) each summer with her grandchildren.  Whether it was work or play, the time that Sherry spent with her family was precious to her. 

Sherry is survived by her soul mate, Rob Zeidler; children, Jack Kelley, Misty Harkins, and Sherry Harkins; sister, Patty Lebere; brother Bruce Keener;  grandchildren, Natalie Eberle, Danelle Bennett, Jakail Kelley, Robby Fairrington, Sadie Harkins, and Emily Harkins; and nine great-grandchildren.  

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