Michael D Sherrick

December 3, 1981December 1, 2018

Michael Dustin Sherrick, 36 of Lima, died at 12:41 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018 at O.S.U. Hospital. He was born Dec. 3, 1981 in Lima, the son of Jeff and Christine (Binkley) Sherrick. His mother, Christine Binkley survives in Grover Hill and his father and stepmother, Jeff & Cindy Sherrick survive in Bellefontaine. Also surviving are his siblings: Steven (fiancé Shae James) Sherrick of Columbus, Erin (Tyler) Sims of Eagle River, WI and Jenna Sherrick of Grover Hill; nieces: Summer Sims and Thea Marie Grace Sherrick; maternal grandfather: James (Kelly) Binkley of Gomer; paternal grandmother: Patricia Ann Cole of Bellefontaine; uncles: Rick (Brooke) Sherrick of Harrod and John Binkley of Jacksonville, FL; aunt: Jodee Carter of St. Marys; stepbrothers: J Yelton, Rob (Jaime) Yelton, Brad (Ceci) Yelton and Ben Yelton all of Bellefontaine; and step nieces and nephews: Rayce, Jaycee, Levi, Coy, Blair and Callie. He is also survived by many cousins and friends, both near and far. He is preceded in death by his maternal grandparents: Nancy Gilbert and William Gilbert; his paternal grandfather: Paul David Sherrick; aunts and uncles: Kim Binkley, Susan and Jon Cox and Jim Sherrick. Michael was an employee in Supply Chain Management at St. Rita’s Medical Center. He was a 2000 graduate of Wapakoneta High School. He was a fan of movies and had a great collection of such. He loved his friends and family, was hard working, big hearted and loved to help others. Visitation for Michael will be on Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018 from 2-7 p.m. at Siferd-Orians Funeral Home. His memorial service will begin at 7 p.m., with Rev. Darrell Bucher officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. Condolences may be expressed online at


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Mitch Doty

December 4, 2018

Were a great child hood friend, remember spending the night many of times playing super mario Bros. Even though we have not seen each other in years you will be missed. Prayers for your family and friends and peace during this time of loss.

Colleen Vastola

December 3, 2018

Taken from us too soon. We are all heartbroken. All we can do now is reflect on the person you were and be thankful to have been blessed to have you in our lives. Even if only for a short time.
You were one of the most if not the most genuine person I know. Always puting others first. Never a bad world to say about anyone and always offering a chuckle.
I think I first met you when you were 5. You showed me your bunnies living under the farm house. You were reading the local paper at that age as well. Way smarter than your age.
You were so interested in the weather, I was surprised you didn’t pursue that career. Instead, you took a job at the hospital. I was so proud of your work ethic and you made your Nanny very proud. I’m sorry we were never able to get you to FL. I know it was your dream to live and work here. Like usual, you put others needs ahead of yours and decided to stay in OH near the family.
From when you were a little boy, you always loved your toes in the sand.
I’ll never forget the fun we had each time you came for a visit.
Although we lived miles apart, you made a huge impact in your cousins lives and they are all truly heartbroken to see you gone.
I know you’re in heaven and pain free. Our loss is heavens gain for sure.
You will be missed and thought of always.
Love you Mike!
Aunt Colleen

John Binkley

December 3, 2018

Mike, I remember the day you were born and watching you grow up until I left for the service. On deployment in the Navy, I received many "miss you Uncle John" pictures with you holding posters. I always looked forward to seeing those. I also remember the trips back and forth from Florida to Ohio while I was in the service as well. You also made several trips to down to Florida. You were always chauffeuring someone and I always looked forward to seeing you. I am proud to call you nephew, you grew up into such a fine young man. Bryce, Nicole and Justine just adored you as did your Aunt Colleen. You always thought about others before yourself and helped everyone that you could. I didn't get to see you as often as I liked living so far away, but cherished the times we did get together. You are in a better place now Michael, I love you.

Uncle John

Kevin Mefferd

December 3, 2018

I always enjoyed running into Mike. Great guy! He and I worked on a few projects together, and I found him to be knowledgeable and always willing to help. Gonna miss him!