Sheryl ‘Sherie’ Lee Noble

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Sheryl “Sherie” Lee Noble, 68, of East Liberty, died peacefully Monday, April 28, 2014, at her home.

She was born in Bellefontaine on June 19, 1945, to the late Robert Elton and Virginia Mae Garwood Noble. She also was preceded in death by her sister, Lana Kae Noble.

She is survived by her two daughters, Amber (Kelly) Eirich and Alissa (Devin Hykes) Fairchild, both of East Liberty; four grandchildren, Karli Brae Eirich, Braeden Kelly Eirich, Cora Beth Eirich and Brett Lee Wills; a brother, Gary “Doc” (Glenna) Noble of Bellefontaine; three nephews, Cam, Chad and Clay Noble; and many other relatives and loving friends, including her best friend and “sister,” Bonnie Spurling.

A longtime cosmetologist and hairdresser, she celebrated 50 years of service at her recent retirement party this past March. Following her schooling in 1964 at Ohio State School of Cosmetology, she began her career at the Oakland Hotel in Marysville, working at Peggy Caldwell’s hair salon. During her years of service, she also worked in Bellefontaine at Sara Jane’s and at Empress Beauty Salon and for P.J. Shirer in Marysville. She retired from Shear Expressions Salon, where she partnered with Deanna Fee after 16 years.

She was a longtime member of Marysville First United Methodist Church, where she served on the board of trustees and was a member of the Emmaus community. She also was a member of Memorial Hospital of Union County Auxiliary and Twig 8.

During the late 1970s and 1980s, she enjoyed traveling around the United States with her daughters, Amber and Alissa, showing American Paint horses.

She was a Longaberger basket consultant for 24 years.

Above all, she will be lovingly remembered for her “Sherie Wisdom” counsel and advice and for her deep devotion to her family and friends.

A memorial service celebrating her life, I Love To Tell The Story, begins at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 18, officiated by the Rev. Aaron Brown at Marysville First United Methodist Church, at the corner of Sixth and Court streets, followed by a luncheon in the Burnside Family Life Center. The family requests that those attending wear bright and lively colors.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the missions fund at her church. Arrangements were handled by Underwood Funeral Home, Marysville, where condolences may be expressed at