Rose Hill Funeral Home & Rose Hill Burial Park

2565 Princeton Rd., Hamilton, OH


Sherry Roman

13 August , 195631 May , 2019

Sherry Lynn Roman, age 62, of Monroe, Ohio, passed this life after a long courageous fight with liver cancer on Friday, May 31, 2019 at the Hospice of Butler and Warren Counties. She loved Jesus faithfully and was a great witness of his love to the very end. Sherry was born in Hamilton, Ohio on August 13, 1956 to the late Cecil and Opal Dixon. Her incredible love and example of faith will be deeply treasured and missed by many including her devoted husband, Kendrick Roman; daughter Kim (John) Weed; son Kevin (Chelsea) Case and the grandchildren she adored; Justin, Xavier, Patton, Griffin and Ruby “Rubes”, who all loved and knew her as Mamaw. She was also survived by her special cousin Woody (Levaron) Dixon and their daughter LoPell; sisters Jan (Dale) Malcolm, Judy Brees and two other siblings; special friends Shirley (Rev. Steve) Carson, Rev. Matthew (Jessica) McIntosh and so many other people and friends whose lives were touched by her love and concern. A special thank you from the family to the staff at Hospice of Butler and Warren Counties for their tender care, Dr. Benga and staff at UC West Chester Oncology, UC Cincinnati Radiologist Dr. Ristagno and nurse Christy and nurse Shannon. Burial to take place at Rose Hill Burial Park at the convenience of the family, officiated by Rev Shirley Carson and Rev Matthew McIntosh. Flowers can be sent to Rose Hill Funeral Home Hamilton, Ohio.


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Kendrick Roman

6 June 2019

I will always love you. 30 years just wasn’t enough .I miss you so much tweety.

Kendall Roman

3 June 2019

We are so sorry for your lose.she was well loved and will be missed dearly! With love the Roman family

Barbara Brown

2 June 2019

Even though I had only known Sherry about 4 years I will miss our time playing UNO with the guys. She was my partner and we enjoyed getting together for an evening. Loved to see her laugh and relax with us. Will truly treasure our friendship. I know she is in heaven with God and is no longer sick and in pain, this makes her passing easier to take. Until we meet again dear friend.........