Sherman F. Dewey
September 30, 1919 - March 22, 2003
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Dewey, Sherman F., Jr. ''Sherm'' Manistique, MI Age 83. The Lord chose to take our father, grandfather, great grandfather and friend to his side in Heaven. He passed away at his son's home in Appleton. Sherm was born on September 30, 1919, in Manistique, MI, son of the late Sherman and Alma (Brietzschneider) Dewey, Sr.…

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suzanne dewey left a message on May 2, 2013:
In the short time that i got to know Sherman he was an amazing person, lived a full life of adventures. I really loved going up to the house it is very peaceful for me, i miss that. Love and miss you
Fern Dewey left a message on April 6, 2009:
Sherm at the Lake, I can still see him coming up the fire lane to join me for lunch the first year he and I hunted out in the hole. He was a great man. He will be in my heart always. When I get the big buck this year, he will be right along side of me. As he always has been. I love you Dad, and I miss you so much. Love Fern {sis}
Lori Dewey left a message on April 6, 2009:
Grandpa, Thank you for all the times you were there for me, just wanting my company and to listen to how I\'m doing at school, I remember going to the corner store by the house where we would get a Macinaw Island Fudge just before dinner so you could hear grandma rave about how you ruined my appetite. I remember how you and I would sit in the chair, me on your right side falling asleep as you rocked, patted my leg and sang "Tee da num a num" and I remember going to Clydes to get a burger that you thought I\'d never finish eating. I love you, I\'ll keep you in my thougts forever and will keep your legacy alive by sharing them with my neices, nephews and future kids.
Steve Dewey left a message on April 6, 2009:
Grampa,...The years of memories you have given all of us will help us cope with you not being here anymore, however there is nothing that will replace the smile that you always had on your face or the jokes you would somehow messup while you were telling. I will forever be on the lookout for Fertile Myrtle and will make sure that i find out what a Layover to catch Madlers is. I know you told me that when the time came that you wouldnt be here anymore that we shouldnt cry...because you lived a full life but that is a very hard thing to do. You will forever live in our hearts and I take comfort in the fact that you are with your brother George, eating your moms biscuits and shooting the birds with Ginger. We will miss you very much!!
Larry C. Dewey Jr. (Bubba) left a message on April 6, 2009:
Grandpa, you were always there for us as kids and I\'ll never forget the times you spend hours with us telling stories, jokes, and teaching us to hunt and fish. Wish I could be there to say goodbye. I\'ll miss you more than you know. Bubs
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Gloria Dewey left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dad, I love you and miss you. You will be in my heart forever. Thank you for the memories which I will cherish forever.
Terry Dewey left a message on April 6, 2009:
Grandpa, I miss you and will ALWAYS LOVE YOU "AS BIG AS THE MOON" :)
Gunter and Sue Vogler left a message on April 6, 2009:
TO THE DEWEY FAMILY, ALL OR THOUGHTS ARE WITH YOU! ALWAYS, GUNTER AND SUE VOGLER
Randy & Suzanne Dewey left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dad I will miss and Love you. You always had time to take me hunting and fishing; and for that you will always be with me in my heart, and mind.
Betty Hansen left a message on April 6, 2009:
Sherm, I will miss the visits we had, the jokes, stories, and your beautiful flowers, and vegetable garden. The walks in your park as I called them. I\'ll miss the raspberries I used to make jam for you with. No seeds Betty. You were a very dear friend, you will be missed. Your friend Betty
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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