My friend from Worcester, Mass asked me to post Sherman's obituary on the forum. His obituary appears in today's Worcester Telegram and Gazette newspaper. Below is a link to the obituary.
I only knew Sherm for a short time, but his knowledge and passion for Model T's was quite remarkable. Rest in Peace.
I had the honor of meeting Sherm thru a dear friend years ago at Hershey. In fact, staying at our friend's RV at Hershey, Sherm & Betsey walked in as I was getting dressed. Awkward moment. We remained friends. RIP Sherm now that you are reunited with Betsey.
George, I am shocked !!! I first knew Sherm from buying parts from Don Lang years ago. I have known him for years. We have been on a lot of Model T Tours together.He always had his wife Betsy and. the dogs along. I did not he was sick. He was a person that knew a lot of things about Model T's. I will never forget him as long as I live. SHERM REST IN PEACE !!!
I met Sherman back when I was a member of the Central Mass Model T Club. He was a great guy.
His son Mark occasionally posts on the forum.
Mark, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Sherm was a good guy and a very knowledgeable Model T'er. We first met him on the Cape Cod Tour in about 1996. Our sympathy to Mark and his entire family.
Keith and Carol Gumbinger
I said that out loud when I read the title of this thread.
I knew Sherm through my work at Lang's and got to know him better through a Mainely T Tour. He was quite knowledgeable about Model Ts and a Good Man as well. He will be missed and we are diminished.
I thank you all for the kind words, I hadnít seen this thread and just got around to posting a note of his passing. I canít count the number of times Iíve been asked if I were related to Sherm from Langís over the years...