OBITUARY

Sherry Allen

April 23, 1956October 22, 2021

Sherry Allen, age 65, of Trenton, Ohio passed away on Friday, October 22, 2021 at the Atrium Medical Center. Sherry was born April 23, 1956 in Middletown, OH to the late William R. and Emily (Robbins) Tuttle.

Sherry loved Blue Grass Music and was a very talented musician with the ability to play any instrument she picked up.

Sherry was preceded in death by her siblings, Ella Mae, Bobby Ray and Joe Dean Sizemore, Norma Jean Ashley and Geneva Hammons. She is survived by her husband of 42 years, John Allen; her two sons, John W. Allen, Richard Dean (Amanda) Allen; her two grandchildren, MacKenzie and Jackson; her siblings, Austin Sizemore, Melissa (Mark ) Gray, Charles, Billy Tuttle and Debra Sharpe, Brenda Allen (George), and Patricia Kenney (Herschel) and Ruby Norman (Ken).

A visitation for Sherry will be held Thursday, October 28, 2021 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM at Anderson Funeral Home, 40 N Main St, Springboro, OH 45066, followed by a funeral service at 2:00 PM with Pastor Damion Tipton officiating.

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, October 28, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, October 28, 2021

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Ruby Norman

November 7, 2021

Brenda Allen

November 2, 2021

Sherry, what can I say. I miss you so much and it’s painful but memories help me. Remember the time that you and me, John W, Katie and Ricky decided to go visit the old haunted house on Myers Rd? I did not expect to greeting we got when the old man yelled for us to get out! I looked at you since you were driving and I said hit the gas! To which you did. Gravel and dirt was flying everywhere and you said, ‘ Never again!’ lol I still laugh Bout that but I was a bit scared too. Rip my sweet funny sister. I’ll hold the memories of you in my heart forever. 💔

Ruby Norman

November 1, 2021

Your grandaughter Kenzie's birthday 2010

Ruby Norman

October 31, 2021

Catching up with your many friends on FB... Everyone cared and when you could you'd use all CAPS and type away. Love you so...

Ruby Norman

October 31, 2021

Good times in KY at mom and dads with some of the siblings. {And brother in-law Bob}

Ruby Norman

October 31, 2021

Ruby Norman

October 29, 2021

Doing what she did best... Little sis at the microphone playing lead guitar. Brother Billy on banjo...
You rocked the stage sis!
What will we do without your music?

Debra Sharpe

October 26, 2021

Well, well, well little sister, you had to get in one last dig didn't ya. Our niece Barb tagged me yesterday and said, Sherry said to give this to you. It was a video of Melanie singing Brand New Key. I laughed and ask Barb how she knew about this? She said it showed up in her Facebook memories. She'd ask the question, what is one song you hate and I'd replied Brand New Key and went on to explain how you tortured me with this song. The timing was no coincidence sis. Lol! As painful as it was, I listened to it just for you. I'll get ya back when I see you again. Lol!

Debbie

Sharpe Debra

October 26, 2021

There are no adequate words to describe our relationship sis, so I'll not even try. I don't even have to tell you that I love you because you knew this, and I knew you loved me. Our bond was like none other. I've so many wonderful memories of you and these are what will sustain me. What I will say is this. I choose to remember you like the photo attached, us being our goofy selves. I'm gonna miss my banana eating, peanut butter hoarding baby sister. Until we meet again, rest with God baby girl.

John Allen

October 25, 2021

My dad, John, and my mom in happier times.

FROM THE FAMILY