OBITUARY

Bryan "Tank" Sherman

October 11, 1982April 30, 2021
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Bryan “Tank” Sherman a loving husband, father, son and brother left this world on Friday, April 30, 2021, he will be missed beyond measure.

Tank was a loving husband to Tonya Marie Sherman and a loving father to Mackenzy, Cole, and Jethro. He was crazy about his kids and madly in love with his wife. Tank served his country in the United States Army and faithfully served during the Global War on Terrorism and Iraq Campaign. He and his family settled in the Fort Benning, Georgia area after his medical retirement from service. Tank loved anything that had an engine. In his spare time you would either find him with one of three things in his hands: a wrench, a fishing pole or a gun. He also loved to fish and hunt. His passion for motorcycles was top of the list, Tank had a vast collection of parts and memorabilia.

He was a gentle giant with a heart of gold.

Tank leaves his legacy to be cherished by his loving wife, Tonya Sherman; his very loved and adored kids: Mackenzy, Cole, and Jethro; his father, Phil Sherman and his Mom Elaine; his paternal mother Cheryl Jones ;step Father Ted; his brothers: Kevin Sherman and Jesse Sherman and his wife, Dawn; his sister, Sierra Brown and her husband, Chad; his step sister, Ariel Peters and her husband, Brian; his step brother Adam Green; and numerous other family members.

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  • Visitation for Family and Friends

    Tuesday, May 4, 2021

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Bryan "Tank" Sherman

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Martha and Kermit Kirby

May 4, 2021

Will always remember Bryan's warmth and genuine loving heart ❤. He was generous with kind words and big hugs! We miss you dear friend but will see you on the other side! That is the promise of our loving Savior, Jesus Christ.

Gail Feitsma

May 4, 2021

Bryan, Always gave a hug that made you feel so special. His children are big huggers also. AWith a heart ❤ of gold to match. I will forever miss you.
Love Aunt Gail

Theresa Fleming

May 3, 2021

Missing you do much bro.

Paul Davis

May 3, 2021

Great memories of Bryan when he was one of my 5th grade students. Very sincere, even if his homework wasn’t being done. Much love to his entire family.

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