Sandra J Scherrman
March 5, 1936 – March 20, 2020
On Friday, March 20th, 2020, Sandra Jones Scherrman, loving wife and mother of 2 sons, and 5 grandchildren passed away at age 84. Sandra was born March 5th, 1936 to Alton and Margaret Jones of Moundsville, WV. Sandra was a member of the Moundsville high graduating class of ’54, and received a BS in Nursing from Ohio State University in 1958, and later a masters degree in Pastoral Counseling from West Virginia University in 1989. Sandra worked passionately for over 20 years in the West Virginia school system in Marshall County working with kids and helping families navigate life through encouraging words and professional care.
Sandra and her husband Bob moved to North Carolina in 1996 and she was deeply committed to volunteering with the Mended Hearts team at Charlotte’s CMC Atrium Hospital. As a member of the Myers Park Baptist Church, she helped families in need by pairing volunteers to families with extra needs. Sandra loved both the beach and NC mountains and was a regular attendee of the Charlotte Symphony and Dance Theatre. Sandra is survived by her husband Bob (Davidson NC), sons Scott and his wife Peggy (of Bethlehem PA) and Brett and his wife Lori (of Cornelius NC), and 5 grandchildren Janessa, Joshua, Austin, Blake, and Steven. A Life Celebration Memorial Service will take place at a future date (due to Corona Virus restrictions) in Charlotte NC. Please email Bob @ firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be notified when the date/time are set.
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Donations in lieu of flowers can be made in Sandra’s name and sent to either of the following organizations: Mended Hearts, Attn: Joel Nachman, 9080 Blue Ridge Drive, Indian Land, SC 297070 and Myers Park Baptist Church, 1900 Queens Road, Charlotte, NC 28209 in his memory.
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Sandra J Scherrman
March 27, 2020
Sandy was a dear friend and classmate in nursing at OSU. We lived and laughed together during that time and stayed close ever since.
We will miss you very much, but will stay close to Bob.
Love, Lois and Bob Christel
March 25, 2020
Our son was born in 1962. Sandra had been our senior girl scout leader. That summer/fall, we had a girl scout reunion at our house on Grant Avenue and she brought her son who was walking, I believe. Our Rick was sitting up but not walking. Carol Kedward Coulter and Carolyn Ryan Snyder were also there. Carolyn was pregnant at that time. I have a picture somewhere with all of us in it. We now live in her "growing up" home on Curtis Ave. Such good memories of the times we shared. Lexie Riggs Hanket
March 25, 2020
I didn't know Sandy long I met her and Bob when I moved to Charlotte. She always had a SMILE on no matter what just like her picture!! God Bless You Sandy and R.I.P.🙏
March 23, 2020
Sandara was a wonderful friend for many years, as we shared spiritual practices and ice cream sundaes whenever possible. She and her loving husband were with me when I had several knee replacements and back surgery providing caring touch. Such a joy to have her in my life. I will miss her, but hope this transition brings the peace she deserves.