Marianne E. Sheridan

  • Born: June 30, 1942
  • Died: February 29, 2020
  • Location: Ladson, South Carolina

J. Henry Stuhr Northwoods Chapel

2180 Greenridge Road
North Charleston, SC 29406

Tel. (843) 572.2339

Tribute & Message From The Family

Marianne E. Sheridan, 77, of Ladson, South Carolina, wife of Ronald George Sheridan, entered into eternal rest Saturday, February 29, 2020. Her memorial service will be held Thursday, March 5, 2020 in J. Henry Stuhr, Inc., Northwoods Chapel, 2180 Greenridge Road, at 2:00 pm.

Marianne was born June 30, 1942 in Germany. She was a homemaker.

She is survived by her husband, Ronald George Sheridan and a son, Ronald G. Sheridan, Jr. of Orlando, Florida.


Condolence & Memory Journal

At Cardiac Rehab it was always great to have Marianne to work out with us. We really miss her smile, laugh, and humor. She was always picking on me in a nice way because I eat basically anything I want and she could't. With another nice German lady in our group there was always lots of chatter going on. We really miss her

Posted by Mike Hicks - Summerville, CA - Friend   March 05, 2020

Sending our condolences-all of your friends at Charleston AFB PHARMACY

Posted by Kim Zellner-Green - Summerville, SC   March 03, 2020

Ron deepest condolences to your family

Posted by Jim Hoy - Colorado springs, CO - Friend   March 02, 2020

Mary, Wir lieben und vermissen dich.

Posted by Kelly Carapezza - Forest, VA - Family   March 02, 2020

Tom and I will miss Marianne immensely. Her and Ron have been great friends for 26 years. We have spent many wonderful times with them from birthday parties, holidays, vacations, playing cards, riding bicycles and many other enjoyable times. They have been part of our famIly and our whole family included them in every occasion. She will be terribly missed

Posted by Sue & Tom Mennetti - Ladson, SC - Friend   March 02, 2020

Such a lovely lady. Ron, my heart aches for you. May she be at peace

Posted by Carolyn Blake - Fort Worth, TX - Family   March 01, 2020

Marianne was a fun loving, light hearted, enjoyable person who loved her family and friends with all her heart. Competitive while playing cards, she enjoyed cooking and serving countless amounts of treats as an intermission. She tried every way possible, but could never get me to eat cauliflower in any way, shape, or form. Having Marianne and Ron for neighbors was such a delight. Even after moiving to the Columbia area, my wife and I always enjoyed finding time to return to the low country just to spend a day with Ron and Marianne.
Her loving smile and personality will truly be missed.
May we find comfort in knowing she is no longer in pain and is resting in God's hands.

Posted by Robert Groomes - Gilbert, SC - Neighbor   March 01, 2020

Rest In Peace Marianne, sorry for your loss Ron sr and DJ Ronny.

Posted by William Stiller - Orlando, FL - Friend   March 01, 2020

Ron sr and Ron Jr,

My deepest condolences to you and the family. I wish you nothing but love. Prayers to you

Posted by Willie BEASLEY - Celebration, FL - Friend   March 01, 2020

Ron we are thinking of you and your Dad at this time. Your Mom always made me laugh. She loved you and your Dad more than anything else in the world. Well she loved the puppies too. May you and your Dad have peace. Be good to each other and love each other BIG ♥

Posted by Beverly Baum - Orange City, FL - Friend   March 01, 2020

Family Album

Family Album

Mom loved Christmas!
Our trip to Disney

Life Stories

I have two fond memories of my Aunt Mary. First, Uncle Ron and she came to Fort Jackson, South Carolina for my graduation from Army basic training. It meant a lot to have them there spending time with me. I was only 18, and it was my first time away from home. The second, is when we went to Deep Creek Maryland, for my mom and dad's 50th birthdays. We went white water rafting on the the Upper Yough River. We were all having fun, and I still remember my Aunt Mary yelling don't get my hair wet. Fun times.

Francis Mardula

Mom said once they stopped the car (after finally realizing it was a State Trooper motioning them to slow down, not waving to them -- Mom & Mary figured it out because the trooper put on his "Smokey the Bear" hat), it took the trooper at least 5 minutes to stop laughing and compose himself before could approach the car and give them a warning)! I can just picture Mom and Mary waving!!!!!

Jennifer Southworth

So sorry to hear of Mary's passing. I always laugh thinking of the Taboo game we played where Mary kept asking what all the words meant, John Pollock kept using the words to refer to himself, Terree arguing with John about that and Courtney spitting on the floor and me yelling, "GYPSIES!!"
Right now Grandma and Mary are laughing about waving back at the cops when they were trying to pull them over.
Heaven is a swingin' ❤