Angeline Rose Shervey

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Angeline Rose
Shervey

Shervey, Angeline R.,
(nee Cielinski) Found peace on Friday April 12, 2013 at the age 84 years. Beloved wife of the late Melburn. Loving mother of Michael (Sharon) and Jeffrey (Kim). Grandmother of Justin, Derek and Ryan.
Memorial visitation Saturday, April 20th 2013 at the funeral home from 11AM-1PM, followed by Memorial Service at 1PM.
HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
Altstadt-Tyborski
Johnson-Reiss-Klemmer
4800 S. 84th St. 414-281-5533
Guest Book & Directions
www.heritagefuneral.com

Past Comments

Karen Schuh

Dear Jeff, Kim, Derek, Ryan and the Shervey family,

Just wanted you to know that our family sends its deepest sympathies on the loss of your dear Mother and I know you find comfort in knowing that your Mom is with your dear Father in heaven with no more pain, she can eat what ever she wants, is walking Nicki with your Dad and has the MOST beautiful flower garden that they all are walking through. Think of all the wonderful memories your mother gave you and know that she was so proud of you and loved you all!

With Love and Sympathies,
The Wagner, Schuh and Soto familes

Mary Anne Anselmino

Mike and Jeff,
I have good memories of your mom. She and I had a great time planning the family reunion in Sheridan Park for a number of years. I have thought of her over the years when I walked my dog in the park past that picnic area site. I last visited with your mom about a year ago. We put photos in an album and she invited me to lunch. She wanted to see my dog and I told her I would bring him to the front window. As I was walking with Toby toward the entrance, the door opened and there was your mom, inching her way out with her walker. She said “I knew I wouldn’t be able to see him well through the window.” I remember being worried that she might fall but she just lit up when she got near Toby and all went well. I talked with her on the phone afterwards and we wrote. When I left that day, I said “I’ll see you next time.” Life was busy and I never got back. That is my regret today. I will miss her. And yes, she has found peace. Take care.

Peace and love,
Mary Anne Anselmino

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