Sherry Vidmar Obituary, Sherry Vidmar has passed away unexpectedly
- by Alex Danvers
Sherry Vidmar Obituary, Death – Sherry Lynn Vidmar (Getzfred) was born in New Mexico in 1964. She lived in Loveland, Colorado, San Jose, California, and Boise, Idaho, where she graduated from high school in 1982. Sherry moved near her parents after high school. Sherry had supervisory positions at Amada Engineering, Levi Straus, and Financial Freedom. Worked hard. She was very smart and relied on for her software expertise. Supervisors relied on her because she was intelligent, courteous, inviting, charismatic, and patient. Coworkers and superiors always liked her. She always overcame hurdles, loved a challenge, and everything was fixable. She didn’t take herself too seriously and always found humor.
Sherry wasn’t only job-focused. She devoted herself to parenting Tawnya, Danny, and Tyler. She loved being a parent and her kids. She endured 876 weekends of The Little Mermaid. She let her son wear cowboy boots with shorts in public. She made sure her son didn’t go without his Hercules bedsheet, even if it made her late for work. She loved her kids. She instilled principles in her children. She encouraged her children to be loving, kind, welcoming, kind, giving, and forgiving. She taught us to weather storms with family. She taught us to support each other, believe in ourselves, seek our aspirations, and make objectives. She taught us to relax. She taught us that nearly nothing was ever truly broken, not only our toys. She taught us to learn from mistakes.
No victory was too minor to celebrate. She taught us strength, bravery, and courage. All of these describe our mother. Sherry loved pets. She spoiled her cats, especially Toby. Sherry was known to bring home stray animals. She loved them all equally. Sherry married Fredric “Fred” T. Vidmar in 2004. Sherry and Fred loved each other deeply and kept their wedding vows. Through sickness and health, good times and bad. Fred and Sherry had their first date at Stone Mountain Park, got married in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, and lived in Elgin, Nebraska. They stayed together through the seasons and years. Fred will always adore her and appreciate the memories they shared together.
My mom’s role as “Grandma” was one of her most lovely. Two grandsons and five granddaughters are Sherry’s grandchildren. She loved them all. When she was with them, she smiled brightly. It was like witnessing my mum rewind 50 years while she played with them. She cherished time with her grandchildren. Her granddaughter shared her birthday. Sherry loved pets. She spoiled her cats, especially Toby. Sherry was known to bring home stray animals. She loved them all equally. Sherry Vidmar gained her angel wings in Elgin, Nebraska, on 11/11/2022. Sherry’s life, not her death, will be remembered. Our mother had the largest heart I’ve ever seen. Fun, humorous, quirky, bubbly, strong, brave, and tough. Unstoppable.
She’s hilarious. She defended and protected her children when necessary. She was adventurous. She loved wildly. Her loved ones miss her terribly. Every memory will be treasured forever. Sherry Vidmar (Elgin, NE) is survived by her husband, Fred Vidmar, her parents, Robert and Carole Getzfred (Elgin, NE), her sons Tyler “Joben” Smith and Robert Daniel “Danny” Smith (Tiffany) (Loganville, GA), her daughter and son-in-law Tawnya and Brian Clouston (Ball Ground, GA), her grandchildren Trevor-Lawrence Smith (Braselton, GA In May 2023, Georgia will celebrate her life. Mom, you’re sincerely missed. We’ll remember you and make you proud. We’ll always remember you and your contributions. We’ll teach our kids the values you taught us. We’ll never forget the sound of your voice, smile, or laughter. We adore mom. Monday!
Sherry Vidmar Obituary, Death – Sherry Lynn Vidmar (Getzfred) was born in New Mexico in 1964. She lived in Loveland, Colorado, San Jose, California, and Boise, Idaho, where she graduated from high school in 1982. Sherry moved near her parents after high school. Sherry had supervisory positions at Amada Engineering, Levi Straus, and Financial Freedom.…