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Sheryl Kay Johnson

Sheryl Kay Johnson left us very suddenly and unexpectedly while on a short vacation at her family’s vacation home on the Colorado River.

Sheryl’s passing leaves a huge void in her immediate family, extended family, employees, clients and certainly the very long list of friends and neighbors.

Sheryl did things her way. She was a leader in all of the many facets of her life.

As a wife and mother, and a grandmother she was the foundation of her beloved family. Whatever and whenever something needed to be done, Sheryl was there to see it through.

The nucleus of the family business, everyone knew what Sheryl meant to the business.

She was a remarkable women, but above all she was tremendously loving and giving to all.

Sheryl was born in Pomona, California on November 26th 1959 and was received in Heaven on October 10th, 2018. Sheryl is survived by her husband Eric Johnson, son Garrett Johnson, daughter Jessica Hanley and son-in-law Sean Hanley. She was a beloved doting grandmother to her first grandson Connor Hanley and to her future granddaughter.

Parents Darryl and Marie Doty, mother in-law Sally Johnson, sister Shelly McKerlie, brothers Bryan Doty and Brad Doty, along with a very large extended family and friends.

There will be a celebration of Sheryl’s life on Monday, November 5th, at Leslie Park on Calle De Los Alamos in San Clemente, at 3:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family would greatly appreciate donations made to your favorite charity in her honor.

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