Sheryl Bishop Obituary (1957 – 2021) – Greenfield, NH


Sheryl Lee Bishop, 64, died at her home on September 11, 2021, after a long illness, with her family by her side.

She was born on February 8, 1957 in Westfield, MA, daughter of the late George Bishop, Jr. and Allice (Hanscom) Anderson.

In 1978, Sheryl graduated from the American School for the Deaf where she excelled in athletics.

She worked for Digital Corporation in NH and MA for many years, then later for Shaw’s Supermarkets in NH and ME for 20 years, as well as for Hannaford Supermarket in Waldoboro, ME. She was well known and appreciated by her colleagues for her smile and sense of humor.

As a member of the Graceway Christian Fellowship in Maine, she happily sang / signed songs of praise and deeply loved her religious community who loved her deeply in return.

History lover and passionate genealogist, she has recorded her family’s precious heritage throughout nearly 20 years of research.

Handicrafts were another of her talents, and she enjoyed preserving memories through scrapbooking, sewing, and embroidery, often gifting her work to family and friends. She also had a skill at mending items and found satisfaction in mending items.

Sheryl had many animals throughout her life and was very devoted to them. She leaves behind 2 beloved cats, Annie and Bear.

She is predeceased by her siblings, Michael Bishop and Karen (Bishop) Hampton.

She is survived by her daughter, Katrina Rosa and her son-in-law, Cesar Queiroz of Greenfield, NH; her son, Jonah Rosa of Hopkinton, NH; 6 beloved grandchildren; his mother, Allice (Hanscom) Anderson; his brothers, Dennis Bishop and Joel Healey; his sister, Kelly Bishop; and several nieces and nephews.

She will be dearly missed and loved forever.

A memorial service in honor of Sheryl’s life will be held on Saturday, October 2, 2021 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at 77 South Bennington Rd., Bennington, NH, 03442 at Manny Rosa’s private residence.

To view Sheryl’s online tribute, or to send flowers or condolences to the family, visit

Posted by Union Leader on September 19, 2021.


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