Sherry Linda Schreck

Sherry Linda Schreck of Tecumseh, 46, died on April 22, 2009 after a hard fought battle with cancer. Sherry was born in Detroit, MI on November 20, 1962 to Eugene and Irene Bartley (Kokot).

Sherry graduated from Saline High School. She graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor in Fine Arts and a teaching certificate in 1986 Sherry married John S. Schreck in 1994 and he survives. Sherry spent the last several years in Tecumseh managing her husband’s chiropractic office.

Family and faith were the most important things in Sherry’s life. Her life revolved around her children, her husband and her church. She was also an avid doll collector, artist, and gardener. She was working on writing and illustrating her first children’s book.

Sherry is survived by her husband John S. Schreck; her children Nicole Horrocks, Jessica Horrocks, Russell Horrocks, Victoria Schreck, Jonathon Schreck, Joshua Schreck, all of Tecumseh; Jason Schreck(Courtney) of Davenport, Iowa; Jeff Schreck Jacobson(Angela) of Minneapolis, Minnesota; Ashleigh Schreck and Lennon Schreck of Alpine, UT; her mother, Irene Bartley of Tecumseh; her sister Bonnie Draper of Tecumseh; her brothers Tim Bartley of Tecumseh, Chris Bartley(Beth) of Saline, and Gene Bartley(Dianah) of Ann Arbor; and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her father, Eugene Bartley.

Services will be held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints at 140 Sand Creek Highway in Adrian MI, on Friday April 24th. Visitation will be from 9-11 a.m., with services at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Sherry Linda Schreck Memorial Fund at United Bank and Trust for her children.

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