Berta Griebel Sherman, 41, owned printing company

August 15, 2005

Berta Anne "Berry" Griebel Sherman, owner of a printing company and former president of the Pasadena Business Association, died of lymphoma Aug. 8 at her home in Cape St. Claire. She was 41.

Born Berta Anne Griebel in 1963, she was raised on Steedmans Point on the Magothy River. She attended Severna Park and Chesapeake high schools, and Anne Arundel Community College. Mrs. Sherman lived in Baltimore for about 10 years before moving to Cape St. Claire four years ago.

In 1995, she married Stewart Collison Edwards of Arnold. The marriage ended in divorce, and two years ago she married Steven Roy Sherman.

Mrs. Sherman worked in the printing industry for 20 years, and started her own company, Strawberry Press, in 1996. She also was the president of the Pasadena Business Association from 1996 to 1997 and was the association's director from 2000 to 2002.

The family is holding a private service.

In addition to her husband, Mrs. Sherman is survived by her mother and stepfather, Helen Bradley Foster and Frederick A. Cooper of St. Paul, Minn.; her father, Charles G. Griebel III of Silver Run; a sister, Heidi Foster Griebel of Cambridge; a brother, Charles George Griebel IV of Hope, Maine; two sons, Angus MacFarland Griebel-Edwards and Elijah Justice Sherman; and two daughters, Ella Sinclair Griebel-Edwards and Angela Bradley Griebel-Edwards.

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