In Memory

Sheryl (Sherry) Mulne

Sheryl (Sherry) Mulne

Mulne, Sheryl 
1950 - 2018
Sheryl Ann "Sherry" Mulne, 67, of Columbus, OH, was surrounded by family when she passed away on February 14, 2018. Sherry is preceded in death by her parents Dr. David and Dorothy Mulne. She is survived by her brother, Stuart Mulne (Sherri); and her sister, Dr. Arlynne Mulne. She is also survived by her ex-husband, Dr. Charles Derrow, and their four children (and spouses), Solomon and Catherine Derrow, Shoshana Derrow Krilow and Chad Krilow, Avram and Ginger Derrow, and Zoe Derrow Mitchell and David Mitchell. Sherry "Bubby" was beloved by all who knew her and will be especially missed by her niece, Rebecca Mulne; and grandchildren, Dovra, Gabrielle and Rafael Derrow, Charlie Krilow, Charlotte and May Derrow, Zev, Jianni and Drea Mitchell. To all of those family members and friends who read this, remember how very loved you all were. A memorial service will be held at 2:30pm on Tuesday, February 20, at Epstein Memorial Chapel, 3232 E Main St. Family will accept visitors at the home of Solomon and Catherine Derrow on Tuesday, February 20 between 4-6pm and Wednesday, February 21, between 3-5pm. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society or the charity of your choice. Online guestbook at

Published in The Columbus Dispatch on Feb. 16, 2018

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02/18/18 04:25 PM #1    

(Barbara) Lynn Garver (Shipe)

I am so saddened to hear of Sherry's passing.  We had a wonderful time visiting at the last class reunion a couple years ago.  Sherry was a very talented person, but she was also very sweet natured.  I admired her pretty singing voice,  In fact, when my cousin, Sue Garver, and I did a joint piano/organ recital our junior year, Sherry was our guest soloist, with her sister accompanying her.  That was a great night for all of us.  Sherry will be sorely missed at  our 50th class reunion.  My condolences to all her family and close friends.  

Lynn (Garver) Shipe

07/31/18 05:49 PM #2    

Susie Kessler

Beloved cousin, I still can't believe you had to leave so soon, I miss you all the time. Your latest grandchild was just born to your daughter, Shoshi, and they named him Shane after you. You were  and still are a great light--always up to something creative, fun and interesting (you studied and taught belly-dancing for so many years and the latest thing was learning to play the drums with your niece, Becka!)

You, me and Jimmy were in home room and study halls together for so many years, along with Linda Lackey (my cousin on my mom's side), and all the other K's, M's and L's. We were at the 45th together and I couldn't quite bear to be at this one without you.

I know you're kicking up your heels wherever you are and surrounding everyone who comes to the reunion this weekend with love!

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