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Sherry  Lynn Solis

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“Thinking of Sherry this time of year - - she was a beautiful example to me of a great wife, mom and friend. Praying for her family today and always....Read More »
1 of 12 | Posted by: Kelly Anderson (Sramek) - Fenton, MI

“We are deeply sad of your passing we never had a chance to get to know you We know you was a great person by all the great stories we heard I felt...Read More »
2 of 12 | Posted by: Frank and Anna Solis - MI

“While we did not know Sherry personally, but it's obvious that she was a very brave and caring mother, sister, and friend. Our heartfelt thoughts...Read More »
3 of 12 | Posted by: Elena - Macomb, MI

“I did not know Sherry very well but I was acquainted with her through friends and my son Josh and Brittany went to school together. I remember...Read More »
4 of 12 | Posted by: Laurie Jarvie - Macomb, MI

“I met Sherry as Lisa Albertson's neighbor. She instantly became a friend, and I always looked forward to seeing her at Lisa's house for birthdays or...Read More »
5 of 12 | Posted by: Julie manto - friend

“I am so saddened and shocked. My heart goes out to the family. Jim and I would run into Sherry and Jeff hear and there occasionally, catch up on each...Read More »
6 of 12 | Posted by: Evelyn Cattaneo - MI

“Happy are those who mourn since they will be comforted.Matthew 5:4 ”
7 of 12 | Posted by: James Saunders - Detroit, MI

Brittany and her Mother Sherry solis at Jakes Birthday Party  2012 “I met Sherry Through my daughter Brenda Solis she was my daughters sister in law She was a Monumental Woman with the Biggest Heart I ever seen She...Read More »
8 of 12 | Posted by: Doreen Smith - Sterling Heights, MI

“I am so sad to hear Sherry lost her battle. She was such a kind, sweet lady! I will cherish the memories of her helping with our "Swing for the Cure"...Read More »
9 of 12 | Posted by: Jean Boguth - Sterling Hts, MI

“We met through my daughter Krystina and found we had much in common.She even said "mom,she reminds me of you. You have to meet her!" When I did, we...Read More »
10 of 12 | Posted by: Sharon Borrocci - Clinton twp, MI

“Such a kind, sweet, selfless woman. Always wanting to do and give so much to others. Your smile and laughter will be something I'll never forget. The...Read More »
11 of 12 | Posted by: krystina borrocci - mount clemens, MI

“I am so sorry for your loss. Your wife, mom, sister, daughter was one of the best people I've had the blessing to meet in my life. Her caring nature...Read More »
12 of 12 | Posted by: Kelly Sramek Anderson - Fenton, MI

Sherry Lynn Solis did not let anything cheat her out of enjoying her family and her life. Her untimely death after a nine-year battle with cancer only means a change in venue as she smiles down from Heaven on the ones she loves. Her earthly retreat was the family cottage on Lake Lancer in Gladwin, Michigan, where she and hubby Jeff spent every weekend. There, at "Paradise One," they relaxed, boated, partied with their great friends Todd and Lisa, and enjoyed many special moments together.

Sherry was born on the last day of January 1962 in Detroit, Michigan to Jim and Pat Klauza. The family moved to Sterling Heights where Sherry graduated from Stevenson High School. She met her future husband, Jeff Solis, in 1980 and the two were married September 11, 1982. They had a son and a daughter, Jeff and Brittany. Sherry reveled in her family's accomplishments. She was a valuable sounding board while supporting her husband's success in business, her son's success as a CPA, and her daughter's college graduation, career and engagement to a young man whom Sherry adored. Sherry's devoted canine companion Abbey (AKA Abberdabbers) pitched in with the family to urge Sherry on in her own health battles.

Second to her love of family was Sherry's love of shopping and decorating their home. Her "stash" of soon-to-be-utilized items is legendary, and her natural taste in décor lent a welcoming air to their home and northern retreat. From "time-to-time" she loved to indulge in her favorite sweets, ice cream and dark chocolate, but healthy foods were the norm in her kitchen and pantry.

Through her long illness, Sherry remained very positive, never complaining or asking why. She passed away peacefully, with her family around her, late on the evening of January 2, just shy of her 53rd birthday.

Sherry is survived by her husband, Jeff; her children, Jeff and Brittany (fiancé Colin Smith), her parents Jim and Pat Klauza and her sister Susan Cholak plus many nieces and nephews. The family would request memorials to the Susan G. Komen Foundation in memory of Sherry.