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Kaul Funeral Home

28433 Jefferson Ave, St. Clair Shores, MI

OBITUARY

Sherie Lyn Charron

March 23, 1949September 8, 2020

Sherie Lyn Charron, of Eastpointe, MI formerly Windsor, ON, age 71, passed away on September 8, 2020. She was preceded in death by her parents: Jacob and Gladys Klapowich. Sherie is survived by her loving husband of 38 years, Christopher; children: Noelle, Matthew (Jennifer), Jennifer Kennedy; grandchildren: Jonathan, Stephen, Emma, Nicholas; and siblings: Sandra (Gerry) Pesut and Karl (Denise) Klapowich. Also left to cherish her memory are many loving relatives and her dear friends. Sherie was a photographer who loved to travel, a wonderful cook and even better baker. She loved to garden and her property reflected that. In lieu of flowers the family asks for donations to the McLaren Macomb Foundation specifically the Cancer Center. A memorial service will be held at a later date.

  • FAMILY

  • Christopher Charron, Husband
  • Noelle, Daughter
  • Matthew (Jennifer), Son
  • Jennifer Kennedy, Daughter
  • Jonathan, Stephen, Emma, and Nicholas, Grandchildren
  • Sandra (Gerry) Pesut, Sister
  • Karl (Denise) Klapowich, Brother
  • Also left to cherish her memory are many loving relatives and her dear friends.


    She was preceded in death by her parents: Jacob and Gladys Klapowich.

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Gloria Matusiak

September 18, 2020

We will always have fond and happy thoughts of Sherie.

All our love, Gloria and Buz

Lewis & Lorrie Harris

September 14, 2020

Both Lorrie and I feel very fortunate to have spent many happy hours in the company of Sherie. We will remember her always as a wonderful hostess and a perfect guest. Neither of us can remember a moment when she was not a stylish and graceful presence in our lives. May we all celebrate her incredible inward and outward beauty as long as we are able. Peace be with you dear Sherie and Chris.

Robin Fraser

September 14, 2020

Dear Chris,
We were so surprised and saddened to read about Sherie. Although it's been many years since we worked together, I remember the laughs we used to have in the Marketing Dept. I also remember the "Scum Pond Party" (?) you and Sherie had, really fun. You were a great couple.
Please know that even old friends and coworkers who haven't seen you for a long time are thinking about you and are so sorry for your loss.
Sincerely,
Robin Fraser Barrett and Fred Barrett

George & Laura Case

September 14, 2020

So sorry to hear of the passing of Sherie. Remembering memories of long ago. Rest in peace, dear friend.

Patty Viglione

September 13, 2020

I met Sherie (and Chris) 40 years ago. I had the pleasure of doing her hair every 3 weeks. She was my walking advertisement. Every color every style looked great on Sherie. She Always came with a smile. Every holiday she (and Chris) brought me a beautiful piece of art . My home is filled with one of a kind pieces from one of a kind person. She will be remembered always and forever. Rest In Peace my beautiful friend.

Adrienne Charron

September 13, 2020

Celebrating Sherie – a life of many accomplishments that was filled with so much love, fun, happiness, and success. Sherie loved life and it loved her back. As she took on her greatest fear, she demonstrated her greatest courage and strength. While our relationship was complicated, Sherie enriched our family and made us better by being a part of it. She is leaving a wonderful legacy with many fond memories and I will miss her deeply.

For Sherie (from Mom's eulogy) - TIRED

GOD saw you getting tired when a cure was not to be; HE closed his arms around you and whispered “COME TO ME”; In tears we saw you sinking; We watched you fade away; Our hearts were almost broken; You fought so hard to stay; But when we saw you sleeping so peacefully free from pain; We would not wish you back to suffer that again; So treasure her Lord in your garden of rest; For here on earth she was one of the best

Keith & Sandy CHARRON

September 13, 2020

We have many things to celebrate about Sherie's life and legacy. Devotion to family and friends was a special quality of hers. Her beautiful smile and positive spirit. Her outstanding cooking. The love between Sherie and Chris inspired us all. It was always fun to see them together, and they rarely ever missed family events. We also had cherished things in common with Sherie and Chris. Our anniversaries on Thanksgiving Weekend,. Wonderful godparents to our son Doug. Love of art and their genuine photographic talents. We love you, Sherie. You made us all better people, spouses and family. You left us too early, but these memories will last forever.

Rita Swanson

September 12, 2020

Sherie has been a very good friend for 30 plus years. She took the time to be with me for many important events including when I got married. I have so many memories of fun times together. We vacationed together twice to Key West, the first time was the big millennium year.
We vacationed up north together many times. I always looked forward to what Sherie would bake and cook. She loved her family and talked lovingly about her grandchildren. She had such a twinkle in her eyes. She had such courage and grace. I will miss Sherie.

Mark Beltchenko

September 12, 2020

Heartfelt hugs may be a social connection of the past, at least in the near future anyway so those we remember we hold on to. For Sherie a hug was more than an obligatory greeting, it was a soulful exchange of friendship. Those hugs will be dearly missed.
Mark and Myrna

Jenn Charron

September 11, 2020

Sherie never ceased to amaze me. Even through her cancer battle over the past 4 years, she was always full of grace, optimism, humor and love for everyone around her. Her smile would light up a room especially when her Grandchildren were around. Even though we never got to do the things that we discussed once we moved here, the months we did have meant so much to us.

Over the past 18 years, you treated me not just as a daughter-in-law but as daughter and words cannot express just how much that meant to me. I love and miss you dearly.

FROM THE FAMILY

Biography

Sherie Lyn Charron, of Eastpointe, MI formerly Windsor, ON, age 71, passed away on September 8, 2020. She was preceded in death by her parents: Jacob and Gladys Klapowich. Sherie is survived by her loving husband of 38 years, Christopher; children: Noelle, Matthew (Jennifer), Jennifer Kennedy; grandchildren: Jonathan, Stephen, Emma, Nicholas; and siblings: Sandra (Gerry) Pesut and Karl (Denise) Klapowich. Also left to cherish her memory are many loving relatives and her dear friends. Sherie was a photographer who loved to travel, a wonderful cook and even better baker. She loved to garden and her property reflected that. In lieu of flowers the family asks for donations to the McLaren Macomb Foundation specifically the Cancer Center. A memorial service will be held at a later date.

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