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Sherryl Trnavsky-Nitschky

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Sherryl Trnavsky-Nitschky

Place of birth: Los Angeles, California

Religious affiliation: Christian

Sherryl Denise Tranvsky (Nitschky)
“Sherry”
September 30th, 1950-October 10th, 2014

My beloved Mother passed away on October 10th, 2014 at home with her family after battling brain cancer. She had recently celebrated her 64th birthday with her many caring family members.
She passed away on October 10th, 2014 at home with her family after battling brain cancer. She had recently celebrated her 64th birthday with many caring family members.

She was born in Southern California on September 30th, 1950. She lived in Colorado Springs, CO for the last years of her life to be near to her daughter and triplet grandkids which she loved very much.

Sherry was preceded in death by her father-Ronald A. Trnavsky, grandparents- Tom and Dorothy LeNay and uncle-Tom W. LeNay.
She is survived by her daughter Angelique (Angie) LeNay Ferreira and David L. Ramey, Her loving grandchildren Amber Nicole Ferreira, Drew Austin Ferreira and Justin Tyler Ferreira, her mother Georgia A. Trnavsky, sister Cynthia G. Whisler and her niece and nephews, Jeneene, Dale, Brent, Clinton, Kyle and Travis Whisler.

Sherry was a gifted and talented artist- painting the mascot on Southgate High School’s gymnasium floor in Southgate, California her Alma Mater. She enjoyed painting many subject matters, especially her beloved Golden Retrievers. She blessed her family with many works of art and paintings to cherish. She enjoyed discovering new knowledge of her family and ancestors through many hours studying genealogy. Through her genealogy she touched many lives and met many wonderful people. She told her family many stories that would have been lost and kept detailed records for future generations. She was also an amazing cook and loved preparing delicious meals and baking for her loved ones.

Sherry’s passion was raising and showing golden retrievers. Her dogs have touched many lives across the United States and her much beloved golden “Layla” passed the year prior.

Sherry was a beautiful, multi talented, wonderful woman and will be greatly missed by her family. She was a devoted Christian, very confident she would be in heaven waiting for those she loved.

Mom, thank you for all you taught me and the kids. I love and miss you every day and will see you again!
I think of you daily and you live in our daily lives.
You are gone, but not forgotten beautiful lady.

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