Sharon “Sherry” Moller passed away March 31, 2023, in Rushville, Nebraska.
Born in 1946 to Peter and Jacoba Wildeman, Sherry was raised and attended high school in Sheldon, Iowa. She grew up with eight siblings in a tight knit home. She married the love of her life, Henry “Hank” Moller in 1963. Hank and Sherry resided in Hot Springs, SD where they raised their four children: Jackie, Tammy, Tracie and Brad, until moving to Rushville, NE in 1999.
Hank and Sherry owned four packing plants over the years, the most recent being M & M Packing in Rushville. Sherry also worked alongside her daughter and many granddaughters throughout the years teaching them how to wrap meat and provide exceptional customer service.
Sherry enjoyed Elvis Presley, gambling, ice cream, root beer floats, red beers, and the customers she served throughout the years. Above all, Sherry loved being around her family and friends. The love that Sherry had for everyone close to her was immeasurable. She had the best sense of humor and there wasn’t a day she wasn’t making those around her laugh. Her smile, humor, generosity, and love will be greatly missed.
Sherry is survived and will be greatly missed by her daughters Jackie (Rod) Norton, Tammy (Nick) Porter, Tracie (Tim) Kuhlman and son Brad (Tracy) Moller; ten grandchildren: Tiffany Porter Willhite, Nathan Porter, Jessica Norton and Will Hilton, Alyssa (Jared) Maez, Logan Moller, Morgan Moller, Brittany (David) Wacker, Brooke Pengra, Roni (Katlin) Ruppert, and Zach Schroeder; eleven great-grandchildren; and one great-great granddaughter. She is also survived by her sister Becky (Mark) Klemme; a brother, Joe (Wanda) Wildeman; three sisters-in-law, Greta Wildeman, Ruth Ann Wildeman and Jolene Wildeman; two brothers-in-law Bill (Janet) Moller and Keith (Julie) Moller, and many nieces and nephews that she loved.
Shery was preceded in death by her husband Hank, parents, three brothers, Arnie, Pete and Terry Wildeman; three sisters, Wilma Niichel, Marilyn (Francis) Pulscher; and Marlys Wildeman in infancy.
A memorial has been established and donations may be sent to Security First Bank, PO Box 550, Rushville, NE 69360.