Sheryl L. Lamberti BARRE TOWN - Sheryl Lynn Lamberti, 54, passed away on Nov. 19, 2018, at her home. Born on Sept. 2, 1964, in the Castle Air Force Base in the County of Merced, California, she was the daughter of Arnold O. Gilman and Geraldine (Bassett) Gilman. The family returned home to Vermont where she attended elementary and high school. In 1987, Sheryl married Paul Lamberti and they made their home in Barre Town with their two children. Sheryl held many different working positions as an administrative assistant throughout her life. But most recently worked as an administrative assistant for the IT department at Union 32 High School. Her friends and family will always remember her for her willingness to help others, her contagious laugh and her love for spending time with her family and loved ones. Survivors include her husband, Paul Lamberti, of Barre; her two children Kyle and Carrie Lamberti, of Barre; her grandson, Landon Lamberti, of Barre; her mother, Geraldine Gilman, of East Calais; her brother, Dale Gilman and wife Darlene Gilman, of Danville; her in-laws Peter and Dorothy Lamberti, of Barre; as well as three brothers-in-law and their wives; and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Sheryl was predeceased by her father, Arnold O. Gilman. There will be a celebration of life held at the Canadian Club in Barre on Friday, Nov. 23, at 1 p.m. in honor of Sheryl. Please make any donations to the St. Jude hospital for children. The family invites you to share your memories by visiting

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Thoughts and prayers go out to Sheryl's entire family. She was a warm and friendly person. May she rest in peace.

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