Guest Book for Sheila Joyce Herke

Provided by Woodland Hills Funeral Home

Posted by: Ron Vetter
Tue April 28, 2020
Larry, Larry and April,

You have my condolences as you experience the loss of your beloved Sheila.  We always enjoyed coming to your home as kids.  It was always welcoming and entertaining!  You certainly have a lot of great memories and times to carry you forward.  All my best to you as you experience this difficult time.  
Ron Vetter
 

 
Posted by: CHARYL AND DON KORPAL
Tue April 28, 2020
Dear Larry, Larry, April and extended families.
Lifting you up in love and prayer.  We are very sorry for your heartache. May cherished memories of your precious wife and mother sustain you.  Praying for comfort and peace.  Sheila has changed her address to Paradise.  Her sweet light will live in the hearts of all who love her.
 

 
Posted by: Sheila Mitchell
Tue April 28, 2020
April, and family,

I am shocked and saddened to hear of the passing of Sheila.
She was always such a wonderful example of a partner to your Dad, loving mom to you, best grandma ever to Raquelle and lucky Great grandmother to Cade.

Heaven has gained a first class angel.  Her memories will live on though her loving family and friends.

May God hold you all tightly at this difficult time.

Blessings,

Sheila Mitchell
 

 
Posted by: Kaaren Grabianowski
Tue April 28, 2020
I am so sorry to hear about Sheila’s passing. I was the person that purchased all of her wedding decorating inventory! I had that business for 6 years before I sold it.

Cherish your memories and my deepest condolences.

Kaaren

 

 
Posted by: Bill and Marcie Frevert
Wed April 29, 2020
Larry and Family:
We are so sorry to read of Sheila's passing.  The last time we saw you folks was probably at the Cylinder Reunion several years ago.  Time passes much too quickly, but was always so good to say Hello to both of you as the Herke and Jacobsen families were favorites for so many years.  
We hope your many years of good memories now become beautiful treasures.  You have our sincere sympathy, Bill and Marcie
 

 
Posted by: Greg Peterson, President MACVSO
Wed April 29, 2020
Commissioner Larry Herke and family.
Please accept my sincere condolences on the passing of your mother Sheila.  When I see her birth year of 1941, that's the same as my mother-in-law and it's just too young to be leaving all of you behind.  My wife has the same Clothing and Merchandising degree and I am certain that your mother loved fabrics and working in this field.  She lived a very active life and had no regrets.  By her own accomplishments I understand where you received your internal "drive" and moral compass.  

I know that these words bring little comfort to you and your family at this time.  You can be assured that your mothers faith through the Methodist church was strong as ever and she now rests peacefully with her Lord, and will someday be reunited with your father.

 

 
Posted by: Marie loverink
Wed April 29, 2020
Dear Larry and family. I was very sad to hear of the passing of Sheila. She was a very special person and we had alot of good times in the career development center at MSU. I will never forget all the special events she would help plan. Always something good happening with Sheila! She will be missed.
 

 
Posted by: Ken and Mary Huntley
Sun May 03, 2020
Dear Larry and Family:
You are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time of sharing your good-byes to Sheila's earthly life. May your faith, wonderful memories, and the support of family and friends give you strength today and the days ahead as you prepare for a new pathway in the journey of life.
In Sympathy and friendship,
Ken and Mary Huntley
 

 
Posted by: Kay Koepplin
Mon May 04, 2020
Dear Larry, Larry Joel, April, and Family,
     I am deeply sadden to hear of Sheila's passing.  Ivy spoke of you all very often, which is actually quite an understatement.  She so appreciated her wonderful neighbors who were more than friends than just neighbors to her.  Chuc & I always appreciated you both being so close to Ivy, both emotionally & physically, and taking such good care of her.  You know she appreciated it too.  
     I understand the emptiness you feel inside right now and I'm not going to tell you it wains in time, but somehow it does become more tolerable.  Until the day we see them again, take good care of each other.
Kay Koepplin
 

 
Posted by: Anita J. Dittrich
Fri May 08, 2020
Larry and Family,

My deepest sympathy in your loss of Sheila recently.  She was such an enjoyable person to know and associate with, always so smiling and caring. . . .