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Jerry and Barbara Sherman

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Jerry Lee Sherman, and Barbara Ann (Bobbie) Sherman, both 77 years of age, passed away at their home in Goldendale on November 11, 2012, due to a tragic house fire.

Jerry was born on June 24, 1935 in Rapid City, South Dakota, to Russell (Bud) Sherman and Pearl Vivian Sherman. He graduated from Goldendale High School in 1953. He attended the University of Washington for two years and became a lifelong and loyal Washington Huskie fan.

Bobbie was born on October 17, 1935 in Goldendale to E.M. (Pokey) Foster and Nellie Foster. She graduated from Goldendale High School in 1953.

Jerry and Bobbie were high school sweethearts and were married on August 28, 1954.

Jerry enjoyed being a successfu...



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Billylund writes:

I too was stunned and sadened to read about the untimely passing of Jerry and Barbara. We were great friends many years ago, but have since drifted apart. I roomed with both Jerry and his older brother Russell at college. We attended many Husky football games together. I have fond memories of Jerry's and Russell's and Jimmie's parents, Bud and Pearl. Barbara was a gem! Such a loss for all of us....signed Bill Lundberg.

lummy46 writes:

I am so saddened to see the passing of Jerry and Barbara Sherman in such a tragic way. What can I say but they were some of the great people who were a part of my great memories of good old Goldendale. You know you never leave old Goldendale in your mind though you may leave it physically for many years. My family and I lived across the alley from the Shermans and knew them well. Jerry's brother Russ was my brother Bill best friend and his roomate in college and after college for years. I worked for Jerry at Sherman's Chevron. Jerry was active in so many businesses and civic matters. He was one of Goldendale's best and will be sorely missed. I know My family and I will miss them a lot!

 
 
 

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