Sheryl Marie Krizan
April 29, 1964 - October 27, 2012
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Simpson Funeral & Cremation Services
1119 Washington Avenue
MONACA, PA 15061
Wednesday 10/31
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Simpson Funeral & Cremation Services
1119 Washington Avenue
MONACA, PA 15061
Wednesday 10/31

Sheryl Marie Ahrens Krizan, 48, of Follansbee, WV, formerly of Monaca, passed away Saturday, October 27, 2012, at her residence. Born April 29, 1964, she was the daughter of Patricia Ann (Antoline) and Joseph George of Georgetown. A graduate of Monaca High School, Class of 1983, and ICM School of Business, Sheryl was first employed …
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Charlie Brooks & Nancy Seik left a message on October 31, 2012:
Dale and family.... We were saddened to hear of Sheryl's passing. Circumstances prevent us from being there in person to extend our sympathies but you are in our hearts and prayers at this sad time. We remember the times when we sat out in the front yard and visited with Dale and Sheryl....we miss those times and we miss our neighbors. Our deepest sympathy, Nancy & Charlie
Larry &Lou Ann Rupert left a message on October 31, 2012:
Patty, Prayers go out to you and your family. With Deepest Sympathy The Ruperts
Judy Lentz left a message on October 31, 2012:
I am so sorry to hear of Sheryl's passing. Sheryl and Dale were my neighbors for several years on Ridge Road. You couldn't ask for 2 better people to live beside. If I ever needed a hand with anything, they were there to help in a heartbeat. I remember when Dale was working out of town and the snow was coming down in buckets. Sheryl came up with that little bobcat and tried to plow my driveway. It was comical because she wasn't sure what she was doing but she sure gave it her best shot. I just remember that both of us couldn't stop laughing. She said, "if Dale could see me now, he would be cracking up." Stray animals always managed to find their way to my yard. Dale would say, 'don't tell Sheryl, we have enough dogs over here now" and I would yell, "Heyyyyy Sheryl, I have another dog for you." I remember the bonfires down by the lake. I brought a friends little girls down to see the horses because they loved horses and they lived in the city and didn't get the opportunity to walk into a barn and pet and feed horses. Sheryl was so sweet to them, made them feel right at home. I miss my neighbors and miss my friend Sheryl. Rest in peace beautiful lady. Judy Lentz
George and Jennifer Antoline left a message on October 31, 2012:
Unfortunetly we did'nt spend as much time with you because of the miles that seperated us, but the times we did have together will not be forgotten! we will never forget your beautiful smile and your love of life! We will miss you dearly! We love you!
Bill&Merry Alice Simpson left a message on October 31, 2012:
Dear Patty, We are sincerely sorry to hear of Sheryl's passing. Remember the good times you has with Sheryl. Love, Bill and Merry
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Miranda left a message on October 30, 2012:
Every year during the summer I go up to PA to visit my family. I saw Sherri almost every year. Let me just say that she made an impression on me as young child. She was always so fun and had an great sense of humor. I always got a good laugh when I was around her. When I would visit her at her house, I remember taking me for a ride on her horses and I absolutely loved it. When she wasn't taking for rides on her horses she was palying with me in her backyard, pushing back and forth on this glider thing that was hooked up to 2 huge trees. It was always so fun. Also , I remember her telling a lot of funny jokes on my 7th birthday that really stuck in my head. haha. Sherri always knew how to have fun thats for sure. I will always love and remember her. She was an amazing person. I'm really going to miss her. Have fun kicking it up there in heaven cousin :) Love ya girl!
kelly duncan left a message on October 30, 2012:
I will miss you greatly. You were more than my cousin, more like a sister.. We shared alots of childhood adventures especially thru High School. I loved your zany sense of humor always able to make me laugh and most around. We shared many special events like being each others maid of honor, and being the Godmother to my first born,Kara.These moments will always be cherished..I know your in a happier place and will always be in all our hearts Farewell my sweet one untilwe met again
Tina Vigna Smith left a message on October 29, 2012:
I am so sorry to hear of Sheryl's passing. It is always so sad to lose a classmate. Prayers to all the family and friends and may she rest in peace.
Viv and Rick Davis left a message on October 29, 2012:
We are so very sorry for your loss. Sherry was a delightful child and a very charming and outgoing young woman. We didn't see her often but when we met, the years melted away. Our family has yet another angel joining our heavenly family. Much love and prayers to Dale, Patricia, and the rest of Sherry's family.
Suzi Duncan left a message on October 29, 2012:
To all my family in attendance online and in PA- I wish I could be there in person with all of you to reminisce & celebrate Sherry's life and pray with all of you and wish her my tearful goodbye. I will really miss her and loved her very much. I miss all of you and love you too!
Lisa McConnell Sylvester left a message on October 29, 2012:
Dale, My heart is heavy as I heard of your loss. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers. If I may be of any comfort or help please let me know. Love, Lisa
public.user left a message on October 29, 2012:
Sherry, I will miss you very much and mourn losing you, however, I choose to celebrate your life and beauty and reminisce about the good times and memories of your fun-loving nature. Growing up together as cousins you were more like my second sister. Remember hiding under your covers with your siamese cats, Puff & Mittens, and how scared we got thinking there was a monster in your room until we realized Puff snuck out and it was just her choking up a hairball! Or how about when we visited you in OH and we all trekked about the woods playing army and how you convinced me it was safe to drink the clean creek water and I ended up with impetigo! We had a blast spending hours making mudpie concoctions and serving them to the ants, then we put the ants in ant hospitals and tended to them as patients. We had many fun days hanging out all day at the Monaca pool and rec center. And the fun evenings we spent hanging out with Kelly at her & John's first apartment. How about all the football games & parties we attended. And the day you took me to Monaca High as your guest. I'll never forget the trip to New York City with Nana and how we climbed all those steps to get into the torch of the Statue of Liberty. Boy, our legs burned and ached. But we forgot all about that when Nana took us to the Poo Poo Room for our first mixed drink! I enjoyed our walks with Licorice and our talks and hopes about the future. I was so proud of you when you enlisted in the Air Force and was "jealous" when you got the post in Hawaii! We shared thoughts and frustrations during our divorces and I felt your heartache with the loss of Jeannette. I know how happy you were when you found love with Dale. I enjoyed my few visits to your PA home overlooking the beautiful landscapes God created and your stable and your pets & horses. You were so at peace and happy those days. It was on one of those visits that I last saw you and I will forever remember the warm hug and smiling goodbye we shared. I will miss you and forever keep my fond memories of you in my heart. You were such a kind and loving soul. I hope you will prepare a place in heaven for me and the rest of us that you have left behind. And that we can one day again walk Licorice together in heaven with all those that went before us. I love you! Good bye....until we meet again
Becky Gray left a message on October 29, 2012:
I remember Sheryl always stopping to help any animal she could. There was an old dog dropped off on our road, and she stopped to help it and take it the Humane society. And she did that on numerous occassions with both cats and dogs. Her heart had a soft spot for animals. She will be truly missed. So sorry for your great loss. Our deepest sympathies to all. Becky Gray
Simpson Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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