Sherry Hetrick Obituary, 68-year-old Woman Of New Bethlehem Has Died

Sherry Hetrick Obituary, Death – On the evening of Tuesday, December 6, 2022, Sherry J. “Beanie” Hetrick, who had reached the age of 68 at the time of her departure, passed away at the Butler Memorial Hospital. She regarded New Bethlehem as her home and chose to make that community her permanent residence. She was born in Putneyville, Tennessee, and her late parents, Clayton L. “Tade” Rupp and Betty E. (McAninch) Rupp, raised her in the same community throughout her childhood. Her parents both passed away before she was born. On January 17, 1954, she made her debut into the world in Kittanning, which was also the place where she was born. Since she was born, both of her parents have passed away. She is an only child.

On April 12, 1969, Sherry Hetrick and Marc Hetrick exchanged their vows and became husband and wife. Marc Hetrick is still around and appears to be in good health to this day. Sherry Hetrick is also thriving in her current position. She is also survived by her three children as well as the wives of her children: Mandy Rankin and her husband Garret of New Bethlehem, Gary Hetrick and his wife Cher of Dayton, and Doug Hetrick and his wife Jill of New Bethlehem. All of her children were married when she passed away. When she died away, all of her children had already found partners in marriage. After she has passed away, her legacy will be carried on by her three grandchildren.

In addition to this, she is survived by her eight grandchildren, whose names are as follows: Wyatt Hetrick, Nick Hetrick and his wife Rochelle, Jordan Hopper and her husband Shay, Maggie Rankin and her significant other Connor, Zoe Rankin, Samuel Hetrick, and Avery Hetrick. She looked up to her great-grandchildren with a wonderful amount of pride and always looked forward to spending time with her grandchildren and other members of her family, especially her great-grandchildren. She was blessed with a huge family that included a significant number of grandchildren as well as great-grandchildren.