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Patricia Ann Sherman
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Patricia Ann Sherman

02/25/1927 – 03/12/2020

Upcoming Funeral


June 3, 2021

Time and Location

1:00 pm
Graveside - Gar of Remembrance/Cremorial
Section 56 Lot 18A Grave 22
Place of Death



06/03/2021 (Burial)


Gar of Remembrance/Cremorial
Section 56 Lot 18A Grave 22
Map (pdf)

Sherman, Patricia Ann (Hessian) Passed away peacefully on March 12th, surrounded by love and family. Pat is preceded in death by her son, Stephen Sherman, father and mother, Maurice and Helen Hessian, and her siblings, Mary Nesbitt, Katherine Meehan and Ma urice Hessian Jr. She is survived by her husband, Bill; children, Brad Sherman (Mary), Lisa Brill (Terry), Michael Nesbitt; 7 grandchildren, Kyle McDonald, Lisa Ostlund, Andy Brill, Greg Brill, Kinsley Smith, Reilly Nesbitt, and Charlie Nesbitt; and 6 grea t grandchildren. Pat met Bill Sherman in the 8th grade, and they have been together ever since. Pat attended Washburn high school and the University of Minnesota. Pat and Bill raised their family in Edina. She loved her family and sports. She was an avid g olfer and played competitively. She attended countless sporting events and competitions, cheering on her children and grandchildren. Pat was a social worker in Hennepin County. She did volunteer work and sat on boards for numerous organizations and chariti es. She attended St. Stephens Episcopal Church in Edina her entire adult life. Pat had a passion for politics and loved being at Interlachen Country Club where her father taught her the game of golf. Once her children were high school age, she helped Bill in his new business, Excel Marketing, a confectionary brokerage firm. They traveled and ran the business together, loving what they did and each other. Upon retirement, they spent their winters in Florida playing golf and being with their friends. Pat kne w many of them since her high school and college days. There was never a day when she wasn't talking to one of her children, making sure "everything was alright." She implanted the importance of family in every one of her children. All are forever grateful for mom wiring us this way. A celebration of life will be scheduled later in the spring. Memorials preferred to the Alzheimer's Association. Edina Chapel 952-920-3996 Published on March 15, 2020

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