Sheila was born at 1:32 am on January 29, 1989, followed by her twin sister Vivian at 1:56 am. Sheila was a loving, happy, beautiful, vivacious lady. We will miss her and will always love her.
Sheila loved dogs, she begged for her own dog, but could not own one until we bought a house. THE DAY we moved into our house in Birch Bay she started searching for her own dog. Bandit came to live with us on December 6, 1999. He continues to live with us and will miss her as much as we do.
Sheila also helped raise guide dogs. I think we had 20 or more different dogs in our home over her high school years, each with a story of their own. Sheila poured her love into each dog and the dog was better for Sheilas love.
Sheila went to Blaine schools through her sophomore year and graduated from Ferndale High School. She was working on a bachelors degree in criminal justice at Charter College.
Sheila and Vivian were not only womb-mates, they were soul mates. Often they would think the same thought and had made plans to travel together and solve the worlds crimes together. Where you found one, the other was not far away. They both worked at WalMart for a while, then about two years ago, Sheila moved to Lowes, working in the paint department.
We will desperately miss Sheila’s smile, laugh, energy and can-do attitude. Sheila was always good for a big bear hug and an I love ya. She was passionate about everything and did nothing at less than 100%.
We have this page on the Moles website for everyone to share their favorite Sheila memory. We look forward to reading every one of your thoughts, memories and prayers. Thank you for the role that you had in Sheila’s life.
Farewell Tribute Information
We will celebrate Sheila Fae Sherman’s life on Sunday, June 9, 5 pm at Birch Bay Bible Community Church, 4460 Bay Rd., Blaine, WA. Everyone feel welcome to come share, Sheila would have wanted it that way. Donations Information
PLEASE, in lieu of flowers, send a donation to Brigadoon Service Dogs, 4759 Mission Rd., Bellingham, WA 98226, in honor of Sheila. You can also donate at their website www.brigadoonservicedogs.com Sheila would love that!