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Harriet Natalie Sherman

November 1, 1930- May 4, 2018

Harriet is survived by her loving husband Harvey Sherman. She was a fighter until the end and will be greatly missed by her daughter Diane Sherman, brother Mort Frank, granddaughter Melinda Sherman Carpenter and great-grandson Jack Carpenter. Harriet was born in the Bronx, New York, to Sidney and Lena Frank. She was a long time resident of San Clemente and an active member of TOPS organization. After raising two children and her granddaughter (daughter of deceased son Steven Sherman) she had a successful career with her husband’s sales organization. She was a valuable and important member of the firm! Harriet had an active life prior to being hospitalized in April 2017 for a period of four months. After coming home she required dialysis due to inadequate kidney function. Even though she could not regain her former living mode, she maintained high spirits and till the end made the best of her situation. Unfortunately, time took a turn and she passed on peacefully at home surrounded by her loved ones! Harriet was put to rest at Hillside Memorial Park on Friday, May 11th, 2018.

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