Sherrill "Sherry" Vaughn-Eash
                         November 23, 1943 -- January 9, 2021

Sherrill "Sherry" Vaughn-Eash, 77, of Shipshewana, died at 12:37 pm,
on Saturday, January 9 at Parkview Regional Medical Center, Fort
Wayne, after a brief illness. She was born on November 23, 1943, in
Noble County, to Charles and Ruth (Carter) Smith. On August 11,
1961 in Noble County, she married Rex Vaughn; he died September
8, 2008. On December 30, 2011 in Shipshewana, she married Gerald
Eash; he survives. Surviving in addition to her husband are two
daughters, Jennifer (Dave) Burroughs of Wolcottville, Stephanie
(Daron) Yoder of Howe; son, Brian (Georgeanne) Vaughn of Howe;
seven grandchildren, five great-grandchildren; step daughter,
Annette Munsell of Topeka; four step sons, Tyler Eash, Chris
(Michelle) Eash both of Sturgis, MI, Ryan (Lori Hochstetler) Eash of
Chesterton, Cory (Vanessa) Eash of LaGrange; 14 step
grandchildren, two step great-grandchildren; sister, Pam Hanes of
Waterloo; two brothers, Charles and Kendall Smith of IN. She was
preceded in death by her first husband Rex, parents, and a sister,
Linda Napier. Sherry was a homemaker and a member of
Shipshewana United Methodist Church. She was involved with the
Bible Study Fellowship for 40+ years and a leader for many years.
She worked for the Westview School System for eight years. The
family will hold private services. Services will be conducted by Pastor
Brett Stevens. Burial will be in Shore Cemetery, Shipshewana. In lieu
of flowers, memorials may be given to Goshen Home Care and
Hospice or Shipshewana United Methodist Church. Miller-Stewart
Funeral Home, Middlebury, is handling the arrangements.

~  ~  ~  ~  Online Condolences  ~  ~  ~  ~
From: Jane Boyden
Your Mom had such solid Faith in God, there is not one doubt, to
me, she is sitting at His feet and He is saying Well done good &
faithful servant......
~  ~  ~  ~
From: Brenda and Mitch Chrisman
God bless you.
~  ~  ~  ~
From: Lyshell McBride
Sherry and her sisters are some of the strongest women I have ever
met. Sincere condolences to her children and grandchildren. I wish
I was there to hug you guys. xoxoxoxo
~  ~  ~  ~
From: Gretchen Morningstar
Sherry was a blessing to me and all our sisters at BSF. She lived a
life of faith in her Heavenly Father and was an example to me of
perseverance and love. Her smile and presence will be greatly
~  ~  ~   ~
From: Joan Zimmerman
To the Family of Sherry Vaughn Eash. There is nothing I can say
that will heal your hearts. I just know Sherry is with Rex now. She
was such a caring person. The picture reveals her warmth. Big Hugs
to all.
~  ~  ~  ~
From: Leslie Blech Ptnaert
Sending so much love and many hugs. We all need to get together
soon. Very sorry for your loss.
~  ~  ~  ~
From: Sally Hart
I've know Sherry for over 40 years. What a sweet friend. She was
also my BSF leader several years and the last several years, we've
been leaders together. She is very much missed.
~  ~  ~  ~
From: Patti Stark
My heart is breaking to hear this. So many wonderful memories of
your mom and dad and you kids. God bless you and Sherry.
~  ~  ~  ~
From: Kirk and Cindy Scheerhorn
Prayers are lifted for all of your families. Sherry lived her life
sharing her faith, love and joy. The Scheerhorns were blessed to
witness this! She is a child of God!
~  ~  ~  ~
From: Mary Ann /Tom Morel
Our deepest condolences to the family. We remember the beautiful
Sherry and her children when we were together at Pretty Lake.
Can't imagine what you are going through but know we have you
in our prayers. We are in Florida now. Please extend our love to
Sherrys family.
~  ~  ~  ~
From: Tom & Marydel Gratz
Our sympathy goes to Sherry's family. She was a long time friend.
~  ~  ~  ~
From: Pastor Ezechiel Habwawihe, Shipshewana UMC
We were saddened by the passing on of Sherry. She will be greatly
missed. May you please accept our sincere condolences. God be
with you. Gracious God, we pray that love and peace surround
Gerald and his family during this season of loss and may memories
of a life of faith be an example for those Sherry knew and loved.
May the family feel the support surrounding them today in the
many days to come. Gerald, we are keeping you and the family in
prayers during this time. Amen and Ashe!
~  ~  ~  ~
From: Esther Stutzman
Gerald and family, I learned to know Sherry about 40 years ago at
the Nazarene Church. She taught my son's Sunday School and
would always send him a card if he missed a Sunday. Sherry was a
glowing, joy-filled lady with a servant's heart. She will be missed by
many. My prayers are with you. May God give you strength for
today and hope for tomorrow.
~  ~  ~  ~
Sorry to lose a good friend Shipshewana Book club and parkinsons
meetings here at Greencroft. I will miss her.
~  ~  ~  ~
From: Ruby( Anderson) Barker
I'm so sorry for your loss. I just connected with her again about 6-7
yrs ago at BSF. She was a gem, a strong woman of faith. I knew her
for 50 yrs. I will miss her.
~  ~  ~  ~
From: Diane Shoup
It was my privilege to meet Sherry a few years ago when she went
with us on several Sturgis Nazarene Church Tours. She was a joy to
travel with. We had many opportunities to visit and share. My
heart breaks for her husband and her children. Our Prayers are
with you!! God hold you in His loving arms and give you comfort!
~  ~  ~  ~
From: Fran Graber
I met Sherry through BSF when she was my leader. Loved her. She
is praising Jesus right now! My sympathy to her family.
~  ~  ~ ~
From: Dave & Geri McNeill
We were so saddened to learn of Sherry's passing. She was a
wonderful, caring person and friend. We enjoyed a close friendship
with her and Rex for many years while we lived in Michigan. We
especially enjoyed the many motorcycle trips we went on together
and the fun we had. We pray for her and hope you will find love,
strength and peace in this difficult time for you.
~  ~  ~  ~
From: Lori Vaughn
Aunt Sherry you will be missed dearly.

~  ~  ~  ~
From: Deborah Ryan
We were so sorry to hear of Sherrie's passing. I want to send my
condolences to her family, especially her children who are my 2nd
cousins,(Sherrie was my 1st cousin). I am Great Uncle Bob &
Mary's daughter, met you girls when you were working at your
store in Shipshee years ago. Be Safe! Debbie Smith Ryan
~ ~ ~ ~
From: Ralph and Patty Eash
Our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time.
~ ~ ~ ~
From: Joni Bruce
So sorry to hear of Sherri's passing. I am Sherri's 1st cousin also on
the Smith side. We are keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers.