Shaun D FerrellMay 18, 1979 ~ July 12, 2017 (age 38)
Shaun D. Ferrell, 38, passed away July 12, 2017. Born in Akron, he lived most of his life in Cuyahoga Falls.
Shaun worked at Johnny Malloy's, attended Hoban, graduated from Cuyahoga Falls High School and attended Kent State University. He loved music and playing guitar.
He was preceded in death by his uncle, Gregory Ferrell.
Shaun is survived by his parents, Carolyn (Bill) Gross of Stow, Richard (Rebecca) Ferrell; sister, Michele (Bryan) Ferrell-Miller of Akron; stepbrothers and sister, Jim Schweitzer, John Schweitzer, Jill Raymond; step nephew and niece, Adam Sharpless, Sam Sharpless, Abby Sharpless; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.
Memorial service will be 1:00 p.m. Sunday, July 23, 2017 at Donovan Funeral Home, 17 Southwest Ave. (on the Historic Tallmadge Circle). Family will receive friends following the service.
A song is a memory; you and a stranger can share, From a time in your life when you had different hair, When the clothes you wore, were not the same, And Friday nights were about football games, You know every word, as if they were your own, And you played it when you were getting stoned, Or maybe it told someone how you felt Back when you wore a studded belt, Or a flannel shirt tied around your waist, When you first learned how a beer did taste, Or maybe when you had your first smoke, While hanging out and telling jokes, About some things that you didn’t get Way back then, and still haven’t yet Before your life was full of regret And all of the things, you would rather forget Well the artist had some regrets too, And they were singing about those regrets to you, To let you know, that they had moved on, And to heal the pain, they wrote that song