Harrison Andrew ‘Andy’ Sherman

September 15, 2021
In Loving Memory ~ It is with great sadness we announce the sudden passing of Harrison Andrew Sherman (Andy) on September 15, 2021 at the age of 58.
The world has lost a kind, compassionate soul who lit up every room he entered. Whether it was upstairs in his office, walking down the street or at home in his garage, you could count on Andy for honest advice or a smile and a wave.
Andy had a strong moral compass and always said what he believed to be true. He was famously sarcastic and it wouldn’t have been a day with Andy without a good-hearted joke to make you more comfortable. He loved a good debate and unfortunately for the rest of us was most often right.
He was the best father to Bobbe and Jenny, and a great father-in-law to Nik. He loved to beat them at ping pong and was convinced at all times he would win in a foot race. We had recently seen a new light in his eyes as he watched his grandson Finn grow.
Andy and Wendy shared the most genuine, kind and sassy love. They were always laughing and enjoyed golfing, playing ball and gardening together. He was fiercely protective of his family and was happiest when spending time with them. His family and friends could depend on him for anything. He loved animals, especially the dog, but didn’t want anyone to know it.
Andy was always in charge on the sports field and was a great teammate and friend. He was a constant student, always researching and trying to find a way to improve whatever topic he was interested in. After 57 years, Andy was enjoying learning to cook. He was most comfortable at home on Creighton Valley. Andy made us all better.
While Andy’s time with us was far too short, we are so grateful for the time we had with him. We will miss him so much and aren’t sure how we will be whole without him.
Andy is survived by his wife, Wendy Sherman, daughters, Bobbe Koenig (Nikolas), Jenny Sherman, and grandson, Finn Koenig. He is also survived by his mother, Marie Sherman and sister, Christine Sherman (Darrin) as well as countless other friends and family.
For those who knew Andy well, please take the time to write down your stories of him and send them to wsherman@telus.net. Due to the current pandemic restrictions a service will be held in the future to celebrate his life in hopes that all who loved Andy can attend.Obituary

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