Sherry Lynn Meservy Bitter

9/16/1938 ~ 12/20/2017

BitterSherryCropSherry Lynn Meservy Bitter 79 of Spring City, Utah, passed peacefully through the veil from her home on Dec. 20, 2017 of natural causes. At her passing she was surrounded by her loving family.
Sherry was born Sept. 16, 1938 in Logan, Utah to Maggie Mae Porter and Lynn C. Meservy. She graduated from High School in Logan, Utah in 1956 and was crowned Logan City Dairy Princess. She attended Utah State University.
She married G. Robert Bitter, Oct. 23, 1959 in the Logan, Utah LDS Temple. They are the parents of seven children, one of whom greeted her on the other side. Following their marriage they moved to a ranch near Swan Valley, Idaho and then spent three years in Managua, Nicaragua, but most of the family was raised on the ranches in Swan Valley, Idaho and Dayville, Oregon.
Twenty-nine grandchildren call her Grammy Sherry and thirty-one great-grandchildren call her Great Grammy Sherry.
Her life was lived for her loving family. Music was one of her many talents and her family grew up singing together around her piano. She was also an artist and many of her beautiful oil paintings hang in homes around the country.
She and Bob started their retirement with an LDS Mission in Concepcion, Chile. She had a great love for the people of Chile and Nicaragua. Following their mission they served several years as ordinance workers in the Manti, Utah LDS Temple.
She is survived by her husband Bob of Spring City, UT and their children Robert Lynn (Theresa) Mesa, AZ; Rachelle (Steve) Craig Emmett, ID; Solana (Matthew) Carlisle Farmington, UT; Saebra (Greg) Muller Spring City, UT; Sonia (Brian) Olmstead Spring City, UT; G. Ryan (Deana) San Tan Valley, AZ; son-in-law Layne (Rebecca) Pittman, Roosevelt, UT; brothers Michael (Marilyn) Meservy, Salt Lake, UT; Brad Meservy, Salt Lake, UT. Preceded in death by her parents, daughter Sheila Maye Pittman.
Funeral service will be held Wednesday December 27, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. in the Cedar Creek LDS Chapel (15000 N Hwy 117, Spring City, UT). Interment in the Spring City Cemetery. Online condolence rasmussenmortuary.com

7 Responses to “Sherry Lynn Meservy Bitter”

  1. Dawn Sterner says:

    Bob and family, I’m so sad to hear of the loss of your beautiful wife and mother. She was always so kind and friendly toward me. I will never forget her compassionate nature. My prayers are with your family.

  2. Dear Family of Sherry Bitter:
    Saddened to hear of the passing of this amazing woman, wife and mother, friend, missionary…she did it all! you are in our prayers at this time.

  3. Brent and Colleen Lusk says:

    Sherry was a very special lady, kind , talented and loving towards all. Your wonderful family are in our prayers.

  4. Laveta H Raby says:

    Very sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your family during this difficult time. With Christian Love,

  5. Dawn Ey says:

    Thinking of the entire family as you say goodbye. Prayers of comfort to you all.

  6. K Watson says:

    So sorry to hear of Sherry’s passing. She was a very special person that I will always remember. Bob, my heart goes out to you in your loss as I know how hard it is.

  7. Sandy and Glenn Adams says:

    Dear Bob and family,
    We are extremely sorry to hear about Sherry’s passing. She is an extraordinary person and we consider ourselves blessed to call her our friend. We pray you will find comfort in knowing she and Sheila are in each other’s arms again! May you be blessed with peace.

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