Sherry L. Carolus

Mar 15 1950
Mar 30 2021
71 Years

Sherry L. Carolus, 71, of Cochranville, passed away peacefully at her home on Tuesday, March 30, 2021. She was the beloved wife of Terry L. Carolus, with whom she shared 51 years of marriage. Born in Lancaster, she was the daughter of the late Calvert M. Bryson, and Dorothy Kauffman Bryson. 

Sherry was an area resident all her life and a 1968 graduate of Octorara High School in Atglen. She was employed at Keystone Kennels and as a teacher's aid at Octorara School District. She loved animals and particularly boxers.

She is survived, in addition to her devoted husband, by one brother William H. Bryson and wife Lori of Christiana, PA. 

Family and friends are invited to attend graveside services on Monday, April 5, 2021, at 11:00 AM at the Cochranville Methodist Cemetery, 147 Cochran St. Cochranville, PA. 

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in her memory to the SPCA.  

Service Date: 
Apr 6 2021 - 10:59am
Service Location: 
Cochranville Methodist Cemetery, 147 Cochran St. Cochranville, PA


I am so sorry for your loss, Terry. Sherry was a dear friend and will be missed. She's in a good place now and can breathe. 

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So sorry to read of the loss of your beloved Sherry.

May she rest in peace where we all strive to meet again.

Take care and GOD BLESS you and your family at this most difficult time/

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Terry, I am so sorry to hear of Sherry's passing.  Loss is always very difficult but there are always friends for support.  I've learn to just ask.  My thoughts and prayers are with you.  Take care.

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Dear Terry-

I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your dear wife Sherry.  Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.

Lisa Wilde

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Terry - so sorry to hear of Sherrys passing. She was a very special lady with a heart of good. You and she had such a long life together but her work here on earth has come up an end. Now she can rest be pain free and watch over you as your special angel. 🙏🏻❤️

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Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.  Sherry and I worked together at Octorara Elementary School and she kept me laughing for sure.                   
Jim & Dot Mattick 



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So sorry to hear of Sherry's passing.  I went to school with Sherry from  first grade until we graduated in 1968.  Love and prayers go out to Terry and her family.

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Terry Our deepest condolences are with you.. Richard and Deborah Yost

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Our hearts are with you in the passing of dear sweet Sherry from elementary school through high school.  Not seeing her often as years have gone by, when we did see each other I'll always remember her smiles and laughter even at my jokes, that probably weren't that funny.  Many memories of great times with her and "Dort" and the girls from the "Ville."  No more illness, she is home with "Dort" and her Dad.  Your years of love and deep commitment are so beautiful in today's troubled world.  Our prayers for you will continue in the weeks and months ahead.  Please know how much we care.  With Love, Ken and Cheryl (Stoltzfus) Reimold

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So sorry for your loss.  Sherry was a wonderful lady.

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Dear Terry - So sorry to hear of your Dear Beloved Sherry's passing.  We met in the 7th grade at OHS and had some good times together over the years.  She was always happy and had such a beautiful blonde pony-tail, back in the good ole days.  And of course, she loved her horse back then.  I have not seen Sherry for yrs, but remember You(Terry)coming into Oil Co in later years and telling me how Sherry was doing(good at the time).  May many memories of your "Dear Sherry" bring you Peace and Comfort during this very difficult time.  Keeping you and Family in Prayers.  I will always treasure my fond memories of Sherry.

With Love and Sympathy.

Doris Montgomery Aberts



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Terry - please accept my sincere condolences for your loss.  I really enjoyed our conversations when you would come into block.  I will be praying that the Lord will help you through this time of grief.

She will truly be missed.  God Bless

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