JOHNSON SHERRYL J. went home to be with her Lord October 20, 2012, age 46 of Canton. Beloved wife of Scott. Loving mother of Shelby and Shane. Precious daughter of Vivian and the late William Moore, and daughter-in-law of Gene and Helga Johnson. Cherished sister of Sally, Sandra and William (Laura). Visitation Tuesday 2-9 p.m. at Vermeulen Funeral Home, 46401 W. Ann Arbor Rd., Plymouth (between Sheldon and Beck). Funeral Wednesday 11 a.m. at Calvary Baptist Church, 43065 Joy Rd., Canton. Memorials may be made to Henry Ford Hospice-Sand Castles Program. To share a memory, please visit vermeulenfuneralhome.com.
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My deepest condolences to you all. Sherryl and I were in MOPS together at Guardian. She was joy to be around...always smiling and positive. May you find comfort in knowing that she is with her Lord and Savior. Prayers to you all.
My Dearest Sherryl, I had no idea you were sick. I am devastated by your passing. There are no words that I can say to the family and friends you have left behind. I watched Art's step-brother die of Cancer and I don't want to imagine you in that kind of pain. I want to remember you from our fun days at Village Green and Fairlane Woods. You are a gem. There is nobody that can replace your quick witt, your beautiful smile and your kind and gentle heart. You helped me through rough times and I only wish I would have kept in touch with you when I left my job. As I am writing this and looking at your picture I can feel my heart breaking. I am blessed to have known you and your family will be in my prayers. I Love You, Mary Ann
Dear Scott, Sally, Sandra and family, I am so sorry for your loss and will keep your family in my prayers as you go through this hard providence. I am rejoicing to know that her pain and suffering is gone, that you will see her again,and that she is with her Savior. Psalm 34:18
Separated by so much time and distance, still that lovely smile is unmistakable. Now beyond pain and fear, I know that warm smile will continue to shine over those she loved, bringing peace.