Sherry L. Glossner

Born: Tue., Jul. 20, 1937
Died: Mon., Jan. 23, 2012

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Sherry L. Glossner, 74, entered through the gates of Heaven and into her Eternal Home on Monday, January 23rd, 2012 after a courageous eight month journey with cancer. During that time she was surrounded by the loving care of her husband and children and entered into Glory from her home at 11 Homestead Drive, Mill Hall, Pa.She was born on July 20th, 1937 in Lock Haven Pa. as the daughter of the late Jane (Rine) and Tony Magent. She graduated from the former Lock Haven High School with the class of 1955 and married Lawrence R. Glossner, Jr. on June 30th, 1956. They had been blessed in marriage for 55 years.Sherry worked as a teacher assistant for the Central Intermediate Unit #10 for ten years and for the Keystone Central School District for thirteen years retiring from service in 1999.She enjoyed an array of hobbies including crochet and gourd crafts and she loved attending craft shows, watching QVC, and attending her grandchildren's activities. But the thing she looked forward to each spring was the planning and celebration of special needs youth and adults during Kent's Fest; an event that will enter into its 11th year this April at Lock Haven University in honor of her son. She was thrilled that this event has grown to touch the lives of people from Clinton, Lycoming and Centre County. Sherry was also a member of the St. Agnes Catholic Church in Lock Haven.She is survived by her husband and best friend, Lawrence R. Glossner, Jr. of Mill Hall, Pa., two daughters and one son; Kelly (Glossner) Bower and husband Phillip of Mohrsville, Pa.; Karen (Glossner) Bennett and husband Jeff of Hanover Twp., Pa; and Kevin Glossner and wife Karen of Centre Hall, Pa. Also surviving are seven grandchildren; Ryan Bower, Lindsay (Bower) Robert, Leah Bower, Anthony Glossner, Tory Glossner, Karly Bennett and Jeffrey Bennett.In addition to her parents, she is joined with her son, Kent Glossner who preceded her in death on January 11th, 2001.Mass of Christian burial will be held on Friday Jan. 27, 2012 at 10:00 am in the St. Agnes Catholic Church 3 East Walnut St. Lock Haven. PA. Celebrant will be Father Joseph Orr. Interment will be in the Rest Haven Memorial Park. Family and friends will be received in the Yost-Gedon Funeral Home 121 W. Main St. Lock Haven, Thursday evening from 6:00 to 8:00 pm In lieu of flowers, the family asks that contributions be made in Sherry's memory to Kent's Fest through the funeral home. Online thoughts and condolences can be made at www.yost-gedonfuneralhome.com

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Bill Baney

I send my deepest sympathy to Sherry's family during this time of need. Serving as DJ during Kent's Fest for 9 years in a row, it has been my honor to know Sherry and her family. She was one of the sweetest people that I have EVER met. At the end of each Kent's Fest, Sherry would be there to thank me for a job well done, and hand me a Whitman's sampler pack of chocolates. Kent's Fest is always so emotional but, this April, as we pause to remember Sherry, there will be alot of tears flowing. God bless, Larry, Kelly, Karen and Kevin and their families.

Tonia Turner

Please know that the Glossner family is in my thoughts and prayers. Mrs. Glossner was a wonderful woman. It shows in the things she has done in her life and in the children she raised.

Annette Walker Shoemaker

My deepest sympathies to the entire family. What a wonderful loving woman all who knew her were truly blessed my love to the entire family.

Marilyn Bower Gerde

Sherry's life and family brought blessings to my family through the gift of her daughter, Kelly as my sister-in-law and as another mom to my brother, Phil. In her presence I always knew grace, kindess, and good humor. May she finally rest in peace with Kent. We send our love and sympathy to the Glossner family - Marilyn Tim, Elizabeth, and Sarah Gerde

CAROL (HONEY) EATON

I MET SHERRY IN THE 1950'S, AS WE WORKED TOGETHER at CLINTON PAPER CO. OVER THE YEARS I HAVE MET HER and SHE ALWAYS HAD A WARM SMILE and TOOK THE TIME FOR A CHAT. SHE WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED AS A VERY FINE PERSON and SADLY MISSED.

Louise Martin

Larry, Was so sorry to hear of Sherry's passing. So happy that we were able to see you both at the last reunion. It is a hard thing to lose the love of your live but I can tell you that it does get better as time goes on, sowly. My best to the family. Skip can keep an eye on her in heaven for you. Take care of yourself. God Bless.

Wanda Berry

I'm so sorry to hear about Mrs. Glossner. I didn't know her very long, but she was a very nice person, and very sweet. She seemed like an angel to me. I will miss her. My love and prayers are with the family. Cancer is a terrible illness to go through. Know that God is with you and He will get you through this.

Ann Marie Swetts

To the Glossner ad Bennett Family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. May God's Love, Peace, Comfort, Grace, and Strength carry you through this most difficult time. My prayers are with you.

Wendy,Cody and Kyle Nolf

Kevin, Karen, Anthony and Tori, Know that we are here for you at this difficult time and that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

Carol Liddick

This is a beautiful web site. Sherry would love the flowers on this background. Sherry was an inspiration to all who knew her...she touched many lives in a quiet, gentle, loving way. She was strong and a true example of the kind of mother, spouse and friend we all should be. I thank God that I knew her.

Paternal Cousin Janet McKee McCleery

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you today and the coming days. Sherry and I shared many happy times when my family would visit when we were growing up. She was the only girl cousin I had that was my age so we were close friends, although we only saw each other 1-2 times per year. We would write letters and keep up with each other's lives and families. I will always remember her as a happy devoted wife, mother and grandmother. Love to all of you, Janet

Brian, Cindy, Allison and Ben

Kevin, Karen, Anthony, Tory, Pap, Please know you are all in our thoughts and prayers. Sherry was one of the sweetest people we have had the good fortune to know.

Hazel and Anthony Fasano

Our deepest sympathy to you, Larry. We will always remember Sherry, as a beautiful and loving person. Our Love and Prayers are with you. Sincerely, Hazel and Anthony

Rich and Laurie

A beautiful reunion has taken place in heaven! Blessings and peace to each of you as you celebrate her precious spirit and her home-going. Sending our love and prayers. Laurie and Rich

Glenda Hoy

So very sorry to hear of Sherry's passing. She was a great lady. I worked with her at Mill Hall and she always had a smile on her face. She loved working with the children. She will be missed greatly.

Gloria and John Harbach

We are so sorry, Larry. Sherry was such a sweet, endearing person and we will miss her dearly. Gloria Schadt Harbach

Ray Allen

Sympathy and kindest regards to Sherry's family and very many friends wherever they may be. God bless one and all. Take care

Bill and Bruni Magent

Thinking of all the family at this time. We will be sending a memorial donation for Kent's Fest as I know it was a project that Sherry was dearly involved in. She was a very warm and sweet lady and I was so glad to have had the opportunity to meet her. Many times with distant relatives we don't have those opportunities. I know she will be missed by all who knew and loved her. Bruni and Bill Magent




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