Sheila M. Dockery

Sheila M. Dockery

March 26, 1936~October 05, 2022

Sheila M. Dockery, 86, of Tarpon Springs, Florida, passed away on October 5, 2022. Sheila is survived by her husband Robert; her daughters Kathleen and Elizabeth; two grandchildren.

The family is asking that any donations be sent to: https://www.michaeljfox.org/ in Sheila’s name. Thank you.

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Robert Dockery

October 7, 2022, 7:35 pm

I could not have had a better person than Sheila as my life partner. She was loving and steadfast through good times and bad.

Kathleen

October 8, 2022, 1:59 am

“In loving memory of you dear mom, I know you are at peace with the angels you always knew would greet you when you passed on from this world. I will always love you and will miss you until we meet again. Love, Kathleen 🕊❤️

Dear Dad, I am so sorry for your loss of your lifetime partner, wife and best friend. My love, thoughts and prayers will be with you everyday. Love, Kathleen ❤️🌹

Rich Vorperian

October 8, 2022, 2:09 am

To my favorite Mother-in-Law. I will always remember having Christmas dinners with you and getting gifts that you would put a lot of thought and care in selecting for everyone. I will miss talking with you about birds 🕊flowers 🌻sports🏈 and politics. I enjoyed attending church services with you and I know how much you loved the choir. Don’t worry about Dad as we’ll be looking out for him. As you cross over please say hello to my parents and tell them I miss them and that everything is fine. Love you.

Richard Vorperian

October 8, 2022, 2:12 am

To my favorite Mother-in-Law. I will always remember having Christmas dinners with you and getting gifts that you would put a lot of thought and care in selecting for everyone. I will miss talking with you about birds 🕊flowers 🌻sports🏈 and politics. I enjoyed attending church services with you and I know how much you loved the choir. Don’t worry about Dad as we’ll be looking out for him. As you cross over please say hello to my parents and tell them I miss them and that everything is fine. Love you.

Jennifer Purificato

October 8, 2022, 2:15 am

We would like to extend our deepest condolences to the Dockery family. I had the wonderful opportunity to meet Sheila and Bob and stay at their charming home while visiting with their daughter Kate in 2010. Sheila was so welcoming and set up a cozy room for me to stay in. She made me feel at home during a short visit to Tarpon Springs. I will also remember and cherish the Dockery’s marriage and love they had for each other. With deepest sympathy. Love Jennifer (Chestone), Anthony, and Adelina.

Dale Schweizer

October 8, 2022, 11:44 am

Sheila was a wonderful person and will be missed.

Stan Stevinson

October 8, 2022, 4:26 pm

Sheila is my sister and we grew up in Union NJ. We had a happy childhood with loving and caring parents. After Sheila and Bob moved to Tarpon Springs we didn’t have many chances to see each other except for the times my wife and I traveled to Florida’s east coast and then traveled to the west coast to meet Bob and Sheila for lunch at the local golf club. Sheila and I always remembered each other’ s birthdays and gave each other annual updates about our respective families. It is comforting for me to know Sheila’s last years were spent in the care of a loving husband.

John and Emilie Cupp

October 8, 2022, 5:29 pm

You have our deepest sympathy.

Artemis

October 9, 2022, 4:14 am

Mrs. Sheila Dockery was a beautiful, remarkable women. I had the honor to meet her only a few years ago yet she left a great impression on me. She had a incredible memory, a love for nature and flowers, and a big fan of dark chocolate. My deepest condolences to Bob and the untire family for your lost. May she rest in peace.

Elizabeth Dockery (Bugliarello-Wondrich)

October 10, 2022, 12:55 am

To my wonderful Mom,
I am missing you very much You were a beautiful person who gave a lot of goodness to the world. You were caring and kind. I’m going to miss all the thoughtful and unique ways you expressed your love for me, Daniel, and Adrianna. I’m going to cherish all those sweet little bibs and the blankets you made for them . As well as everything you made with your hands . You put so much love into making those gifts. You even remembered each of our pets at Christmas. Mom you did your best and that’s all anyone on this earth can do. And I deeply believe this. I thank you for loving me unconditionally through the years and for never ever giving up on me . You validated things I told you that will stay forever between the two of us . I’m incredibly grateful to you for that. Because of you , I don’t have to feel so alone . You were strong and you were brave . And you never ever gave up. You were also incredibly resilient . And very forgiving too.

You are an Angel in heaven now mom. And don’t have to feel pain anymore. Thank you for loving Dad for all those years . I know how deeply you loved him. I also know that you knew how deeply he loved you.

You were a wonderful grandma and I know you loved Daniel and Adrianna very much. You showed your love for them in your own unique and special ways, and I know how proud you were of both of them and of getting to be their Grandma.

You are forever going to be with me in my heart and my soul. We were mother and daughter . And we are forever connected by that bond.

Goodbye Mommy, I loved you very much .

***Rest In Peace with Jesus Christ Our Lord and Savior ***

Dad, I’m sorry you lost mom. You were so very very good to mom. She told me how grateful she was for you . You both showed that everlasting love and commitment is possible. I love you Dad and I’m here for you . I’m always going to love that memory of you holding moms foot in your hand and her wiggling her toes the first night Adrianna and I were there, and mom was talking away to Adrianna and I. That sweet and precious memory , (along with many many others) of the ways you and mom expressed your love for each other over all those many years, will be held close to my heart forever. I’m praying for you every day Dad.

IOOF Tarpon Springs Lodge #34 by Al Causey

October 10, 2022, 3:29 pm

Bob,
We your sisters & brothers in Odd Fellowship at IOOF Tarpon Springs Lodge #34 send you our deepest sympathy. Shiela will be missed by all.

Nicholas Bugliarello-Wondrich

October 13, 2022, 2:13 am

I have such nice memories of my mother-in-law. I loved talking about birds, flowers, Daniel and Adrianna (her grandchildren), and the Buccaneers with her, but I especially loved hearing her sing and seeing the joy that brought her. I am truly saddened by her passing but grateful she had such wonderful care and the love of family around her through her difficult illness.

Beatrice Biedermann

October 13, 2022, 6:08 pm

Dear Bob, I am so sorry for the loss of your dear wife, Sheila. My sympathies and prayers are with you, Kathleen, Elizabeth and extended family. I have fond memories of visiting you and Sheila at your restored farmhouse in Cooperstown NY with Kathleen and sitting in front of a cosy fireplace. And again, many years later visiting with you both in Tarpon Springs with my toddler son, Konrad. Sheila was a gracious host and made us feel at home. Wishing you comfort and strength in the days to come.

Adrianna Bugliarello-Wondrich

October 20, 2022, 1:37 pm

I am sorry and saddened by for this loss; she was a caring grandmother who always put lots of effort into showing her love to Daniel and I. I am very grateful for the times I have been able to spend with her and wish her the absolute best past this life.❤️

Daniel Bugliarello-Wondrich

October 24, 2022, 7:48 am

It’s still hard to process this loss. My condolences to Grandpa. You truly are a wonderful grandfather. Like Adrianna said, Grandma always put full effort into being a caring grandmother and her affection was clear at all times. I only remember her as a positive warm presence growing up. She was the ideal grandmother and we were lucky to have her in our lives. She will be greatly missed.

Diane Assalone

October 28, 2022, 5:25 pm

Dear Bob and children—
I had the great pleasure of knowing the beautiful Sheila—and singing with her—in the St. Ignatius of Antioch choir. She was a lovely person inside and out, always kind and peace-sharing. I enjoyed seeing her at Mass with you, Bob, after she retired from the choir. She always looked like a model!!
I know you will miss her greatly, but I believe she is “just nearby.” Now, I offer you the peace she always carried with her.

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