Born On: July 28, 1955

Passed On: October 19, 2020

Sheryl Louise Barfoot

Sheryl Louise Barfoot of Whitehall, Michigan passed away on October 19, 2020 at the age of 65.

Sheryl was born on July 28, 1955 to Henry and Wilma Trombley in Mt. Clemens, Michigan.   She grew up in St. Clair Shores, Michigan along with the five siblings.

Sheryl graduated from Whitehall High School and later married Rand Barfoot in 1974. Sheryl started work at Howmet/Misco and after 39 years of dedication she retired.

Sheryl is survived by her loving husband Rand Barfoot; daughter, and son in law Genevieve (Leandro) Espinosa; granddaughters, Sofia and Liliana Espinosa; daughter, April Barfoot; mother, Wilma Kortas; brothers, Michael, and Marty Trombley; sisters, Sharon Champa and Shelley Pylar. Sheryl was preceded in death by her father, Henry Trombley and a brother, Mark Trombley.

Sheryl enjoyed spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren. She enjoyed bird watching, searching for treasures at local thrift shops, watching cooking shows and spending time in the kitchen.

A Memorial will be held at a later date due to the current COVID-19 restrictions.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to The Land Conservancy of West Michigan. Donations can be made online or by mail at naturenearby.org/get-involved/donate/

ARRANGEMENTS BY SHORELINE MEMORIAL SERVICES – WHITEHALL – 231-893-5300

29 thoughts on “Sheryl Louise Barfoot

  1. Greg and Nancy Ego

    Rand, just checking out an e mail from Houghtelling, and am stunned. Will think of the good, times and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers. Greg and Nancy.

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  2. Michael D Trombley

    My sister, Sheryl, was a loving and devoted wife to her husband, Randy. She was so very proud of her daughters, Genna and April, for all their accomplishments in life. The best had to be with her grandchildren when they came for a visit. Sheryl is at peace now with her dad and brother. We pray that the Lord console Randy and our whole family during this trying time.

    Mike and Kathie Trombley
    Brother

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  3. Jill and Kris Landman

    Sending love now, and for the days ahead Randy and family. Loved Sheryl and remember so many fun beach meet ups near the channel with all the salsa, sailing on Sue and Rusty’s Raven, the deep fry party when we set the tree on fire, and so many other great times. Sheryl was always at the center and such a bright light. Fun and warm. Holding you tight Randy.

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  4. J. Sue Hillard

    I am so saddened by the loss of Sheryl.I worked with her for many many years and everyone loved her! She was such a joy and fun loving friend!! Always happy and loving to everyone!! She will be missed and remembered forever! Sending my heartfelt sympathies to her family.❤️🙏🏻❤️

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  5. Beth (Seaholm) Scheuer

    I am so sorry to hear of your loss Randy! I can still remember Larry telling me that Sheryl was willing to live in a tent with you .. until you mentioned a tent 😉 Loving thoughts going out to you and girls!

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  6. Sandy Rader

    My heart is saddened to hear of Sheryl’s passing. We were co workers and friends. We shared many years of memories and watched our families grow. She was a lot of fun to be around. Whenever we ran into each other always caught up. My deepest sympathy to Rand, April, Jenna and families.

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  7. Linda Kruszynski

    Sheryl was a bright spot in our Howmet life. As Linda Bird said, she was spunky and spirited, and we had so much fun with her. I still can hear her laugh and the twinkle in her eyes. Rand and family, I am so very sorry for your loss. Sheryl was loved by many, and will be sadly missed .

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  8. Bob Timmerman&Mary Rowe

    Randy and family. So sorry and shocked by the news. We had some great times: partys, v-ball, etc. “One day at a time”.(

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  9. Larry Seaholm

    Rand, and family, Been a long time but many memories. I liked Sheryl from the first meeting, and send deep sympathy and prayers.

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  10. Eileen and Ernie Flores

    We are saddened by the news. Sending our deepest condolences to Randy and the family.
    Sheryl was full of sunshine and laughter.
    She was fun to work with, always sharing with all of us her pride and support for her family.
    Sheryl loved her gardens and her tiny furbaby too.
    We will miss you Sheryl…

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  11. Paul and Connie Thomas

    So sorry for your loss. We have such fun memories of parties, volleyball and for me…girls night out.
    Our deepest sympathy and prayers.

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  12. Lillian Morningstar

    Rand and family, My heart is hurting as I know yours are too. My condolences goes out to you for loosing the love of your life. Cherish your memories forever and remember she is no longer having any pain. I’ve known Rand all of his life and chatted on and off with Sheryl for years as we are neighbors. We have all stuck together over the years. Sheryl was a fun loving person and will surely be missed. Again so sorry for your loss! If you need anything please call or stop by.

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  13. Darlene Berg

    My sympathy to Sheryl’s family. I am so sad to hear this news. She was a fantastic woman and will be greatly missed. Sheryl made many friends through the years that we all worked together. RIP friend.

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  14. Randy and Debbie Brown

    Rand, our hearts are broken. White Castle runs will never be the same. Debbie and I offer our deepest sympathies!

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  15. Tracy Jeffries & Family

    Much sadness with this news………
    YEARS of Volleyball on the beach Montague Pier………

    #Grateful
    Thank you Randy & Sheryl
    Sheryl, you will be missed………………..
    To Randy, Jenna & April
    I’m so sorry for your loss…………………….
    💔

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  16. Linda Bird

    Sending heartfelt sympathies and hugs to all of you. We shared many laughs and family stories as we worked together for several years. Knowing her for 46 yrs, she definitely was a spunky, spirited woman.♥️ She truly loved her family and always enjoyed having fun .She will be missed by many.

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  17. Cindy Degen

    I am stunned by this sad news! I have known Sheryl for forty years! She always was someone to laugh with and vent with! The girl had spunk! I will truly miss you, my friend! My deepest condolences to Randy and the girls!🙏

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    1. Kim Suchy

      I worked with Sheryl and I enjoyed it very much. She was a very Funny person and a joy to be around. She will be missed. So sorry for your loss.

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