Sheryl Berrin-Klein

September 14, 1951June 12, 2013

Sheryl Berrin-Klein was born on September 14, 1951 and passed away on June 12, 2013.


  • Temple Beth Am Monday, June 17, 2013

Sheryl Berrin-Klein

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Maggy Perez

May 29, 2014

Mrs. Berrin was like a mother to me. She helped me thru everything and she helped me stay on track. My life has been blessed from being able to have known her!!! She loved his kids very dearly and she cared and loved her students the same!!! Mrs. Berrin saved my life many times and if it weren't for her I wouldn't have become the woman I am now!!!

Susan Yaskin

December 24, 2013

I knew Sheryl before Hot Cookies and before Larry, when she was formulating the idea and perfecting the now famous recipe. Sheryl rented an efficiency apartment from us when she first started out on her own. I was always impressed with her enthusiasm, confidence, and gusto for life. I know she will also be missed by those students whose lives she touched. I am so sorry to hear she is no longer with us. My best to the family!

August 18, 2013

I was so very sorry to hear of this loss.....I did not know Sheryl well, but I always enjoyed bumping into her....her spark and enthusiasm for life were so apparent.
My condolences to her family,
Hope Curson-Blinski

Wanda Lankford

July 3, 2013

My heart is broken! I am so thankful that God put us together. I will always be forever grateful for your love, support and encouragement. You are truly my Jewish Mom and I love you so much! You trained me so well. Rest in Peace.
I love you, Wanda, Paul, Ryan and Jasmin Lankford

gordon groland

June 29, 2013

So so sorry. We all had so much fun back in the day. God bless you Sheryl. Gordon G. and family

Dana Shear

June 21, 2013

Although I haven't spent much time with Sheryl recently she left an "imprint" on my life. Her heart. Her warmth , true concern and her overall joyful spirit are contagious. I met her when I was a young motherless mother. We shared that bond,,,, however she was wiser and had a bit more experience under her belt. She openly shared with me .... Cried with me and cared about my family. I remember the Shabbats that she opened her home , her family and her heart. Your everlasting aura will remain part of me. Sheryl, You are a blessing. After spending time with your family it is obvious that your kids got your gift. That gift is the gift of giving, depth in their soul and a beauty that shines and that can only be true when it comes from within. My admiration and desire to capture part of you grew even when you weren't physically there. Your "imprint" is everlasting .

June 20, 2013

I knew Sheryl when I lived in South cookies, Beth Am, play dates with our little ones and special fond memories of a kind and beautiful person inside and out! My heart felt condolences to her family,
June Framer Moss

Annette Zayas

June 20, 2013

Sheryl Berrin was an esteemed colleague and a dear friend. I can certainly say my life was blessed for having known her. I called her the Friday before graduation with a student she helped guide and mentor and against all odds would be graduating. The student out of gratitude thanked her and I could over hear her expression of joy,pride and encouragement to the student and now was encouraging her to pursue her education. Sheryl Berrin was a "gift" and her memory will be in our hearts. My sincerest condolences to her family.

Elizabeth Morales

June 19, 2013

Sheryl Berrin was not only a friend but a mentor to me since I started teaching at Felix Varela High School. The passion and love she had for her students was amazing. She has touched many lives including mine. She will always be in my heart. I will always remember everything I learned from her. My condolences go out to her family.

Shara Gonzalez

June 19, 2013

I worked with Sheryl at Varela and I remember the class and understanding she brought to every situation. She was really someone kids felt was on their side and I know she has left a mark on their futures. I am sorry for your loss.