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Scott Patrick Sherman
March 28, 1962 ~ August 28, 2023 (age 61) 61 Years Old
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Newark - Cherished son and brother, Scotty, died Monday August 28, at age 61. He was surrounded by his family of loving caregivers at the Finger Lakes DDSO Newark at Cobblestone Terrace.
Scotty was the second of five boys. Brothers bound to each other in the sticky stuff of why, how, and by whose audacity a child might be crippled in the womb.
It was a challenge borne best by its victim, our brother Scotty. He was graceful, kind and expressive. His smile, gesticulations of joy, and unfettered laughter attracted to him the best of human nature.
We are humbled by the attention and care poured into Scotty by all those along his path at Cobblestone Terrace, Newark. He lived and died with dignity due to their compassionate diligence.
Scotty was born to the late Edward A. Sherman Jr. of Rochester, NY and Marianne Sherman of Mechanicsburg, OH at Sacred Heart Hospital in Rochester, March 18, 1962.
He is predeceased by his paternal grandparents Edward A. Sherman Sr and Martha Sherman and maternal grandparents, Robert and Mary Wheeler. S
Scotty is survived by his mother Marianne and his four brothers, Edward (Beth), Todd, Shawn (Jennifer), and Shannon (Shannon Sue); nieces and nephews, Marianne (John), Eddie (Cheyenne), Livvy, Scott, Riley, Julia, Caiti, Kyle, Aiden and Kylie; his peers and caregivers at Finger Lakes DDSO.
The family remembers old friends who supported us through the early days. Wells and Jean Sherman, Dick and Martha McCarthy, Butch and Dianna Wheeler, Al and Nancy Servati, Bob and Margo Lezzo, our cousin Colleen McCarthy-White, and family friend Bob Lasher.
Many more assuaged our grief and gave sound counsel. We are proud to have been gifted with Scotty. May he finally rest in peace.
A private memorial will be held by the family.
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