Marlene A. Sherrets

September 29, 1944 - November 21, 2021
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Marlene A. Sherrets, 77, of New Philadelphia, passed away Sunday, November 21, 2021 in Community Hospice Truman House at New Philadelphia following a brief period of declining health.

Born September 29, 1944 at New Philadelphia, Marlene was a daughter of the late Ralph W. and Nellie (Brick) Sherrets. She served fait…

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Marlene A. Sherrets, 77, of New Philadelphia, passed away Sunday, November 21, 2021 in Community Hospice Truman House at New Philadelphia following a brief period of declining health.

Born September 29, 1944 at New Philadelphia, Marlene was a daughter of the late Ralph W. and Nellie (Brick) Sherrets. She served faithfully at Jerusalem Church, in the church nursery and kitchen for more than 40 years. Marlene also loved to work on the family farm.

Marlene will be deeply missed by her cousins, Don and Barb Sherrets, Diann Sherrets, Debbie (Jan) Brindel and Rick Sherrets all of New Philadelphia and Jennifer Sherrets and Justin (Amy) Sherrets of Dover; special children in her life, Grace and Beau and her special little dog, Minnie.

Visitation will be held Sunday, November 28, 2021 from 1 to 2 PM in the Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home at New Philadelphia. A private burial will be in Evergreen Burial Park at New Philadelphia.

Memorial contributions in Marlene’s memory may be directed to Jerusalem Church, 1417 Stonecreek Road SW, New Philadelphia, OH 44663.

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Visitation Information

Date: Sunday, November 28, 2021

Time: 1:00 pm

End Time: 2:00 pm

Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home & Crematory

Address:

116 Second Street NE, NEW PHILADELPHIA, OH, 44663

Cemetery Information

Evergreen Burial Park

Address:

1520 Delaware Drive SE, NEW PHILADELPHIA, OH, 44663

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A private burial will be in Evergreen Burial Park at New Philadelphia.


Donation Information

Jerusalem Church

1417 Stonecreek Road SW
New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663

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Born: September 29, 1944
Died: November 21, 2021

Condolences for Marlene A. Sherrets

Geib Funeral Home & Crematory

On behalf of the Geib Family and Staff, we offer our most sincere sympathy for your loss. We are honored to have been called upon to serve your family.

 

Emily Lappin posted on 11/28/21

Sorry for your loss, your family is in our thoughts and prayers. God bless, Tom, Joan, Cory, and Emily Lappin

 

Debra Nusbaumer posted on 11/26/21

To the Sherrets Family we our so sorry to hear about Marlene passing our heart go out to you’re family our prays our with u Marlene and aunt Nell were hard workers and help everybody they were two of a kind Marlene will be missed god bless u all at this time from the Nusbaumer family And Neiger

 

Linda neiger mathias posted on 11/23/21

She will be missed

 

Paula Brick posted on 11/23/21

Sorry to hear of Marlene's passing. Sending prayers out to her family. Paula Brick and family.

 

Janet Speicher(Corwin) posted on 11/21/21

i did not know her well, but we graduated together from the class of 1962. Prayers to the family.

 

Cinda DeHart posted on 11/21/21

You have our deepest sympathy in the loss of Marlene. Cousins, Nancy Reichman Ruthann Thomas Richard and Diane Thomas Cinda, Justin and Colton DeHart

 

Karen posted on 11/21/21

Marlene was a kind soul. She enjoyed animals and her life on the farm. We were always amazed at how hard she and her mother worked or years. Marlene loved children. She would get excited when she talked about the times she worked in the church nursery and when she babysat children. A special memory we have involves Monarch butterflies. One summer, there were hundreds of monarch caterpillars in the field in front of their house. Butterflies were emerging. Nell and Marlene gave our children containers to take some milkweed and cocoons so that they could take them to school and watch them emerge into butterflies in the classroom. Marlene also enjoyed looking at family pictures and telling you about everyone. We worried about her with the passing of her mother, but she seemed to adjust to her new normal. We were saddened to see her health decline. She will be fondly remembered. Doug & Karen Urfer and family

 

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