Sherri Tobias

Sherri Tobias


Sherri Tobias is a thinker by birth, an educator by trade, and a writer by necessity, as writing is how she makes  sense of life. Sherri works as a freelance writer, editor, and writing coach in addition to teaching part time at a local university. She is the author of A Path Not Chosen: Notes from My Journey with a Chronic Disease and Refractions: A Collection of Short Fiction. Raised as a Global Nomad or Third Culture Kid, if you ask Sherri where she’s from, she may say she’s homeless or home-full, having lived in or visited over twenty countries in which she resided in an unknown number of houses, huts, apartments, campers, and tents. She currently lives in Ohio with her family.

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While doing research for my dad's memoir, I have learned a little more about my great uncle who served in World War II. Despite studying the war in history classes as I grew up, hearing stories of the war through books and movies, and even acting in a stage adaptation of Corrie ten Boom's "The Hiding Place" as a college student, the enormity of that conflict did not hit home until I was trying to piece together my Uncle Robert's steps from the hills of West Virginia to the German front.

In his memory on this Memorial Day:
Robert G. Yost (6 Mar 1914 - 1 Jan 1945)
Private First Class
21st Armored Infantry Battalion (AIB)
Third Army (under General George S. Patton)
Campaign: Battle of the Bulge (16 Dec 1944 to 25 Jan 1945)
Honors and Medals: Seven Gun Medals, Good Conduct, European Theater Ribbon, Purple Heart Medal
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4 weeks ago  ·  

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