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Lochinvar, LLC Continues Support for Sherry’s Hope

Lochinvar, LLC recently presented a $10,000 check to Sherry’s Hope for their sponsorship of the Sherry’s Run 5K to benefit Sherry’s Hope.

Lochinvar, LLC has been a Sherry’s Run 5K sponsor since 2006. In addition to their sponsorship, Lochinvar has volunteered at the event and has a team participate in the Sherry’s Run 5K event.

“We appreciate Lochinvar’s continued support and sponsorship,” said Scott Jasper, Sherry’s Hope executive board member. “We are able to help so many people in Wilson County and surrounding communities who are facing a financial hardship due to a cancer diagnosis and treatment because of the support of so many great businesses in our community like Lochinvar.

Sherry’s Hope is a non-profit organization that works throughout the year to provide hope to families battling cancer in Wilson County and surrounding communities by offering emotional encouragement and financial assistance. In addition, Sherry’s Hope works to spread colon health awareness by distributing free colon cancer screening tests and providing colonoscopy assistance.

To learn more about Sherry’s Hope, please call 615-925-2592, email, or visit If you or someone you know has a current cancer diagnosis, please call 615-925-9932, email, or click here to learn about our financial assistance program. To make an online donation to Sherry’s Hope click here.  You may also mail donations to Sherry’s Hope, P.O. Box 8, Lebanon, TN 37088-0008.

Corrie Cluck

Faith, courage, optimism and a desire to help others were qualities that defined Sharon “Sherry” Patterson Whitaker. Both before and after the energetic wife and mother was diagnosed with colon cancer, the impression she made on her family, friends and community was undeniable. While her battle in the flesh was lost in 2004, the spirit she had shown throughout life continues to touch more lives every day. Because of Sherry’s Run, a 5K run/walk benefit organized in Sherry’s memory, area cancer victims and their families can make strides toward becoming cancer survivors, and researchers are a small step closer to stopping the disease for good.