Jean Sherbacoff

Jean Sherbacoff Obituary


Age - 84


September 12, 2023


Downey, CA

"Jean Vasilli Sherbacoff, 84, was born on February 20, 1939, in Iran to Vasilli Ghosoph and Anastasia Federoff. Jean entered her eternal rest on September 7, 2023, in Santa Ana, California. Jean was intelligent and hard-working and dedicated 60 years while employed as a seamstress. Jean is survived by her loving family: Children, Michael Bill Sherbacoff of Whittier, Annette Sherbacoff Norona (Jorge) of La Habra, and Bill Sherbacoff (Vilma) of Margate, Florida, Grandchildren, Jordan Norona of Colorado, Cory Norona of La Habra, Noah Sherbacoff, and Hannah Sherbacoff both of Margate, Florida, Great Granddaughter, Gianna Norona of La Habra, and Brother-in-law, Alexander Peter Bognanoff of Montebello. She is predeceased by her Grandson, Brandon Norona. Jean will be greatly missed by everyone who knew and loved her. Condolences for the family may be sent through our website. "

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