Sheryl Pushor

Obituary of Sheryl Lynn Pushor

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Sheryl (Sherry) Harrington Pushor, 67, passed away on November 13, 2023, heaven has gained a guardian angel. Born in Wisconsin George & Sandra Harrington, moved to Mass with her late brothers George & Jim Harrington, & surviving brothers Robert & wife Fernanda Harrington of NH & John & Terri Harrington of Mass. She leaves many cousins, nieces & nephews with fond memories.


She moved to Maine to raise the loves & lights of her world, sons Scott Harrington & Eddie King, & late beloved daughter, Sandy King, who she held forever close to her heart & niece, Sherry Medeiros, whom she loved like a daughter.


She met & married Terry Pushor & was a loving step-mother to his daughters Jenny & husband Peter Smedberg & Missy Pushor. They adopted

several of her favorite breed of dogs, Shar-peis, George, Lulu, Jack & Junior, who she treated like royalty & spared no expense. 


She was an amazing mother in-law to Heather Jamieson & Angela King, accepting them with open arms & heart. 


Sherry was a fun, outgoing adventure seeking Grandma aka Me -Ma to Tobey, Olivia & Mykayla Harrington; Eleighni, Hallye & Aisley King; Kat Crocker & Nick Smedberg. She spoiled & loved them, & showed them the world beyond Maine. 


If you had the pleasure of meeting Sherry, you know you had a friend for life. She loved with her whole soul, & without judgement, she listened with her heart, she gave without ever wanting in return, & encouraged us all to be better without saying a word. We’ll all be better for it, & with every shared memory of her, our world will be a brighter place. She will be missed beyond words by those who loved her. 


Sherry wished not to have a service. A Celebration of Life will be held in spring for her close family & friends. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Sherry's name to Passion for Pets at or PO BOX 581, Brunswick, ME 04011.

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