Sherry White

Obituary of Sherry L. White

Sherry L. White passed on December 18, 2020 of cancer. Sherry was the most amazing, loving wife and soulmate of 23 years to Karin Voorhis. She is also survived by her children Terry Wisiorek Sr. and Lisa Fertitta, her siblings Nancy White and Gerrett Vaarwerk, her sister-in-law Brenda Thurman, and several very loved grandchildren and more recently loved great-grandchildren. Sherry was an honored member of the motorcade and an account clerk of the National Guard. She was very proud, hard-working Respiratory Therapist who retired from Buffalo General Hospital and worked at Roswell and Lake Shore Hospitals. Sherry lived life to the fullest with the most positive attitude of anyone. She was the happiest riding her 1800 CC Purple Goldwing Trike Motorcycle with her wife Karin and others. She would also try anything fun for the adventure: swimming and kayaking being her second favorites and travel adventures most recent to Nova Scotia. She loved camping at Michigan’s Women’s Music Festival. When winter months came, she was an avid Buffalo Bills Fan. Sherry is now reunited in peace and love with her first wife, Faye Fahnestock, who passed in 1997, and has remained a loved spirit in our family always. We ask that Sherry’s life is celebrated with love and positivity and not mourned in sadness. Sherry and Karin would be honored if you planted a birch tree, donated to hospice in her name, or anytime you go into Tim Hortons and get your coffee, you add a cheer and celebrate out loud, saying, “This is for Sherry.” Arrangements made by LAKESIDE MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, INC. 716-674-6346. Due to Covid-19, we would like to keep everyone safe and will have a Celebration of Life when it is safe to be together.
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