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Where are they now? -- NHS grad works in Michigan

Friday, December 19, 2003

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Sheri Sheese, second from right, plans to visit family and friends in Brazil over the holidays. She now works in Cadillac, Mich., and has advice to avoid stress over the holidays. Pictured are members of the Sheese family: Deanna, Jamee Reberger, Zacree, Sheri and Jim. Zacree is graduating from college Saturday. Not pictured are Jamee's husband, John William Reberger and children John Adam and Lauren Reberger.

Sheri Sheese has a Cadillac job. That is, she is working as a behavioral medicine evaluation specialist at Mercy Hospital in Cadillac, Mich. Cadillac is located between Lake Michigan and Houghton Lake and is south of Grand Traverse Bay in Michigan's Lower Peninsula.

Her parents, James and Deanna Sheese, are rightfully proud of their daughter's accomplishments and thought readers might want to know what happened to Sheri after she left Brazil.

Sheri was recently quoted in The Cadillac News, offering advice to avoid being stressed out during the holidays. Her advice? Time management. Prioritize all the invitations that seem to come at this time of year, she told reporter Rick Charmoli.

Another good idea is to set and stick to a gift-giving budget so bills don't overwhelm you come January, she said.

Sheri graduated from Northview High School in 1986, from Purdue University in 1990 and then obtained a Master of Arts degree from Grand Valley State University, Allendale, Mich.

The family has a big weekend planned, Deanna said Thursday. Their son, Zacree, graduates from Indiana State University on Saturday and Sheri will be home for the weekend.

The family also includes daughter Jamee Reberger, son-in-law John William Reberger and their two children, John Adam and Lauren.

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first in a series of articles catching people up on what has happened to former Brazil residents. Readers are encouraged to send or bring information and photos on former Brazil residents to The Times office.



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