Brother Frederick Sherrer, RIP

Brother Frederick Sherrer, FSCBrother Frederick Sherrer, FSC, of the District of Eastern North America, died August 20 in Portsmouth, England. He was 83 years old.

FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS:
Thursday, August 28, 2014
5:00 p.m., Memorial Liturgy
La Salle Manor
61 Fairfax Crescent
Scarborough, Ontario, Canada M1L 1Z7

Brother Frederick’s body has been cremated. Brothers and friends were present at a simple ceremony of readings, prayers and hymns in London. Brother Francis McCrea, FSC, will be present in London for a full Requiem Mass on Monday, October 6, 2014. He will accompany the cremains home to Canada from London on October 8. Burial will follow in Holy Cross Cemetery, Toronto.

MILESTONES:
Born: November 4, 1930, Detroit, MI
Entered Juniorate: 1945, Aurora, Ontario, Canada
Entered Novitiate: 1946, Aurora, Ontario, Canada
Received Religious Habit: September 2, 1946
Pronounced Perpetual Vows: 1955
Died: August 20, 2014, Portsmouth, England

ASSIGNMENTS:
St. Ann’s School, Montreal, Quebec, 1948-1949, teacher
Normal School, Toronto, Ontario, 1949-1950, teacher
St. Mary’s School, Toronto, Ontario, 1950-1958, teacher
St. Peter’s College, Akure, Nigeria, 1958-1961, teacher
D’Arcy McGee High School, Montreal, Quebec, 1961-1962, teacher
St. Peter’s College, Akure, Nigeria, 1962-1968, teacher and principal
University of Leeds, Leeds, England, 1968-1969, study
St. Peter’s College, Akure, Nigeria, 1969-1973, principal
St. Joseph’s College, Ondo, Nigeria, 1973-1974, teacher
Loyola College, Ibadan, Nigeria, 1974-1975, teacher
St. Peter’s College, Akure, Nigeria, 1975-1980, teacher
St. George Street Community, Toronto, Ontario, 1980-1981, sabbatical
St. Peter’s College, Akure, Nigeria, 1981-1984, teacher and director
Government Teachers’ College, Otukpo, Nigeria, 1984-1988, teacher and assistant visitor
Mount La Salle Secondary School, Naka, Nigeria, 1988-1990, teacher
La Salle College, DLS Centre, Ondo, Nigeria, 1990-2014, teacher training and publications

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