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Jack Dell Sheridan
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“So sorry, Ruby, I heard about your husband in the park today! I will keep him and you in my prayers. ”
1 of 3 | Posted by: Sheila(from the park) Reddy - MI

“So sorry Jack will be missed Had a lot of fun with him ”
2 of 3 | Posted by: The Van Haitsma's - Grandville, MI

“I went to school with Jack in Burnips. My thoughts and prayers are with his family. Ken Ensing ”
3 of 3 | Posted by: Ken Ensing - MI

Jack Dell Sheridan, age 84 of Grandville, MI passed away at his home on July 16, 2015. He was born in Saint Francisville, IL and moved to MI at a very young age.

Jack is survived by his beloved wife of 63 years, Ruby Sheridan; two sons Rob Sheridan and Jeffrey Sheridan; daughter Lesa (Don) Buckley; grandchildren Christopher, Justin and Eric. Jack is also survived by his beloved sisters Mae (Conner) O'Connor, Peggy (Carl) Dostie, Lucreatia (Cretia Smith); plus his many nieces and nephews.

Jack graduated from Zeeland High School where he lettered in every sport. He was scouted by the Boston Braves before they became the Boston Red Sox. He played on their minor league team while waiting to be called up to the majors. Jack was an avid baseball fan. He coached in many of his sons little league teams. Most often while entering the Sheridan household there were always one sport or another on the radio or television. The Detroit Tigers always the favored. Jack also liked the beach and sun. During his life time he was able to save two drowning people which was appreciated every Thanksgiving by one family, thereafter.

Per Jack's request, there will not be a visitation and no formal service. He had been ill for a while and was able to visit and talk with everyone he cared for and loved. His wishes were to be cremated and have a private ceremony among his immediate family. In lieu of flowers, the family wishes that you make a donation to your favorite charity of choice. The family welcomes memories and messages in their guest book online at