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Photo de Sherry Ann BUTT
Fiche créée le : 2006-08-01
Sherry Ann BUTT
Père : Jimmy BUTT
Mère : Evelyn
Décès le : 2006-08-01
Parution : 2006-08-15
Conjoint(e) : Ron Hollingsworth
Paru dans : Ottawa Citizen, ON

BUTT, Lt (N) Sherry Ann, BScN, NP, CD We are deeply saddened to announce the unexpected death of Lieutenant (Navy) Sherry Ann Butt, age 36, on 1 Aug, 2006. Beloved wife of Ron Hollingsworth. Much loved daughter of parents Jimmy and Evelyn Butt. Dear younger sister to Helen Butt - Strickland (Husband - Kenneth), and brothers Sammy (Wife - Cheryl) and Ward (Wife - Cathy) Butt. Role model and cherished Aunt to her niece Jenna and nephews Andrew and Kevin and Joshua. Will be deeply missed by her dog Brodie and cats Cassie and BJ. As a young girl, Sherry grew up in Kegaska, a small fishing village on the lower north shore of Quebec where she will be remembered for her gentle spirit, giving nature, love of life, and passion for animals. Growing up she continued her education in Chevery, Quebec and then graduated from the Queen Elizabeth High School in Sept Iles. Always known to be a loving and caring person, Sherry then decided to pursue a career in the nursing profession graduating with her nursing diploma in 1990 from John Abbott College in Montreal. With an adventuresome spirit and desire to take on new challenges, Sherry then enrolled as a Nursing Officer in the Canadian Forces in January 1991. Throughout her 15 dedicated years of serving her country, Lt(N) Sherry Butt was an inspiration to all who came across her path. With willingness to live life to the fullest and her continual desire to take on new challenges, she accomplished numerous dreams and goals as a Nursing Officer. Throughout her nursing career, Sherry continued to pursue higher learning completing both Critical Care and Aeromedevac training. Sherry then went on to complete her BSc Degree in Nursing as well as becoming one of a few nurses to be selected to be subsidized for their Nurse Practitioner Certification in the Canadian Forces Medical group. Most recently Sherry was accepted to attend Medical school at Ottawa University which was to start this Fall. Sherry also served her country completing tours in both Rwanda (1994) and Pakistan as a member of the Disaster Assistance Response Team in 2005. Her family, friends and entire home town could not be more proud of all she had accomplished. A loving wife, daughter, sister, friend, and caring nursing professional, we are all richer for having known Sherry. An amazing woman with endless talents, loving, full of life and energy. She will forever be remembered for her kind, caring, gentle spirit, her sense of humor, joy of life and love of animals. If desired donations can be made to the Humane Society of Ontario, or your local SPCA. Published in the Ottawa Citizen on 8/15/2006


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