Sherri L. Todd

November 24, 1959 ‒ May 06, 2017

Marengo, Ohio

Sherri L. Todd, age 57 of Marengo passed away Saturday, May 6, 2017 at Riverside Hospital following a eight month battle against cancer.

She was born on November 24, 1959 in Troy to the late Harold Horner and Edith (Kelley) Horner of Brookville.  A graduate of Brookville High School in 1978, she moved to Marengo in the early 1990’s from Westerville.  Sherri worked as a graphic artist with Hartman Printing in Mt. Gilead. She was proud of her “Harebrain” greeting card line and was also known for her hand drawn and colored Christmas cards.

Her other artistic qualities include drawing and photography, primarily of nature scenes.  She enjoyed fishing and traveling, beach destinations were her favorite, and she collected sand from each one.  Sherri was also a supporter of Pelatonia and had a passion for animals. Quiet in nature, she will be remembered for her sweetness and her kind loving ways.  Most proud of her children, it was her grandchildren’s accomplishments that she bragged about the most.

In addition to her mother, she is survived by her daughter Sara (Aaron) Zieber, son Jon (Jennifer) Todd, and grandchildren: David and Allison Zieber, Abigail and Jocelyn Todd all of Marengo, and brother Scott Horner.

She was preceded in death by her husband David Todd in 2004.

A gathering in celebration of her life will be held from 4:00-7:00 pm Friday, May 12 at the DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home, 637 N. St. Rt. 61, Sunbury, Ohio 43074.

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  • Sherri was such a great co-worker and wonderful friend! I will cherish all the memories we shared at work… all the days working side by side and all the laughs and conversations we had. She taught me so much and I am forever grateful to her for that. She will forever be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with the family as they mourn the loss of such a wonderful person!

  • We are deeply saddened to hear about Sherri. She was always extremely kind and very generous to myself and my family. I’ll never forget the friendship my father and Dave struck up with their love of the outdoors. That friendship brought two families together, and gave us the privilege of having Sherri in our lives. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

  • Sara and Jon and families, please accept our deepest sympathy at the loss of your sweet mom. We will always cherish the memories of our tailgating at the OSU games and at sports events for Highland and as MusicBoosters for the Scots! We had such fun and enjoyed your Mom’s friendship. May you find comfort in all of your wonderful memories, too. Jerry and Jan

  • My deepest sympathy for the loss of your cherished mom and the children’s beloved grandma, Sara. Praying for your family’s strength through this time of heartache and beyond.


  • So sorry for your loss. I graduated Brookville Highschool and we both shared the love of art.We both attended the Montgomery County Vocational School Commercial Art class together. She was a quiet and kind person. I always believed she was the most talented student in our class. Super creative. I was a friend with her on Facebook and will miss her nature photos. Praying for all of you at this time for peace.

    Kay (Baker) Morgan
    Brookville, Ohio

  • So sorr for your loss Sherri was a very nice lady my deepest sympathy Jon and Sara

  • I am so sorry for your loss. I graduated with Sherri from Brookville High School. She was always such a quiet and beautiful person.

  • You have my Deepest Sympathy for the loss of your Wonderful Mother i can remember when we first met at Atrium she had the sweetest smile and at that moment she made me feel like she was a friend, So hold on to all Memories and have the Peace of knowing that God got you.


  • Pray your Family can find strength & comfort in know Sherri was blessed by her family & friends. We graduated together in 78. She was always such a quiet and beautiful person inside & out.

  • So very sorry for loss to your family. Sheri and I graduated high school. Such a nice person. Pray for Lord keep his arms around you in comfort at this time.

  • Lifting your family in prayer during this difficult time. Sherri was a classmate of mine at Brookville from the class of 1978. I remember her as a very sweet, kind friend. God Bless You.

  • My heartfelt sympathy goes out to Sherri’s family and close friends. She helped me numerous times with projects while at Hartman Printing. She always was courteous, knowledgeable, kind and professional in our business dealings. She truly will be missed.

  • So sorry to hear about Sherri. I worked for Dave Todd for years and know Sherri through that association. She was a quiet person but very nice. I have many of her Harebrain Christmas cards from over the years. Was fun watching the grandkids grow older, year by year. Was so nice of her to remember me. I will remember her in my prayers.

    Donna Anderson

  • I was saddened to hear about Sherri’s passing. I remember her as a kind person who grew up a couple of houses away from me growing up on Brookmoor Drive in Brookville, Ohio.

  • Jon & Family,
    I was so sadden to hear of the passing of your Mom. I have no words, only know that you are in my heart, my thoughts and prayers. May God give you comfort and peace in the days ahead. Much love to you always.
    Laura (Gullett) Graham & Family