August 13, 1963 ~ June 3, 2017

Sheila J. Gannon, 53, of Middlebury died at 4:52 pm on Saturday, June 3, at
her residence. She was born on August 13, 1963, in Goshen to Thomas and
Joan (Breniser) Gannon. Survivors include her mother in Middlebury; two
sisters, Jackie Gannon of Plymouth, Patty (Rod) Stump of Nappanee; two
brothers, Mark (Tracie) Gannon, David (Kris) Gannon all of Middlebury; 15
nieces and nephews, six great nieces and nephews. She was preceded in
death by her father. Sheila had attended ADEC and was a huge sports fan,
especially following the Chicago Bears and Notre Dame Football. She loved
truck rides with her family, strawberry milkshakes, swimming, music and
singing. She was always attracted to people in uniform, particularly
policeman. Visitation will be from 3:00 to 5:00 and 6:00 - 8:00 pm on
Tuesday, June 6, at Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, 1003 South Main Street
Middlebury. There will be one hour of visitation prior the 1:00 pm Funeral
Mass on Wednesday, June 7, at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Bristol.
Services will be conducted by Father Robert Van Kempen. Burial will be in
Forest Grove Cemetery, Middlebury. Memorials may be given to either
A.D.E.C., The Chiara Home of South Bend or Project Promise.  Online
condolences may be sent at millerstewartfuneralhome.com.



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Thoughts and prayers to you and your family.
From: Mike Agee
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Joan, Jackie and the rest of Sheila's family, I am so sorry for your loss. I
worked with Sheila for a few years at Middlebury Days. She had a
wonderful sense of humor and enjoyed many little things in life that we
often take for granted. Jackie, I've loved seeing your pictures on Facebook
of you and Sheila spending time together here recently. May God comfort
you all in your time of sorrow and know that she's in the arms of our Savior
safe and sound.
Love, Cheryl Hoffman
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I miss you too much. I'm going to miss the good old times with her. I
remember when she used to make fart sounds with her mouth, and giggle
about it. My thoughts are with you and your family right now.
From: Ashley P. (An ADEC friend)
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My condolences to you Mrs Gannon. Sheila was a good friend of mine. I
used to give her hugs.
From: Nate L (An ADEC friend)
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Sheila was my good friend. MY best buddy. She liked to take my pop away,
she kept us on our toes.
From: Matt L (An ADEC friend)
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I do miss you Sheila. I liked her singing during karaoke.
From: Matt T (An ADEC friend)
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I loved knowing Sheila. She was a good friend. I remember going to
Goldenrod picnics and playing games and eating with her.
From: Mary (An ADEC friend)
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Sorry for your loss. Sheila was a sweet girl. She liked everybody.
Everybody here loved her.
From: Patty (An ADEC friend)
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I'm going to miss her. I remember when she watched Hogan's Heroes. She
used to really get into it. She always wanted "cream".
From: Tenley (An ADEC friend)
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Sheila was my friend. I liked when she said Hi to me. She's in Heaven
getting a bunch of "cream".
From: Danny (An ADEC friend)
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I will miss her.
From: Sherry (An ADEC friend)
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Words cannot express how deeply sorry I am to hear the news of her
passing. I had the privilege of working with her at Middlebury Days, and In
that short time she made a huge impact! From her silly laugh, or singing
"Stuck in the Middle with You" during karaoke. She always found ways to
make you smile. She will forever be in my heart. Heaven has truly gained a
beautiful soul!
From: Tiffany Finch
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On behalf of ADEC, my sincerest sympathy.  Sheila always came up and
greeted and interacted with me at Middlebury.   She had a way of making
the moment special with her hugs.    I  shall miss her and know that she is in
heaven.
From: Donna L. Belusar, Ph.D. President/CEO of ADEC, Inc.
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I'm so sorry for your loss.  I remember how much each of you cared for
Sheila growing up and how funny she could be.  Praying comfort for you
during this time.  She was very blessed to have such a caring family.
From:= Janece Smallwood
Sheila J. Gannon
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