It is with great sadness that the family of Sheran Ann Turner Allen announces her passing, on Tuesday, February 13, 2018, at the age of 64 years.\n \n\n Sheran was born on September 7, 1953 in Trappe, Maryland. She attended the public school system of Talbot County, graduating from Easton Senior High School among the Class of 1971. She later attended University of Maryland, Eastern Shore where she graduated cum laude, obtaining her bachelor’s degree in 1975.\n \n\n Sheran was an avid reader and enjoyed a long career as a librarian. She retired as a librarian from the Denton Public Library, Denton, Maryland. Sheran’s most cherished possession was her collection of books. In addition to books she also loved pets-especially cats.\n \n\n Sheran spent the latter part of her life at the Anchorage Nursing Facility in Salisbury, Maryland. Her love of reading never waned and she was always found in the patient area with her stack of books and her laptop computer.\n \n\n Sheran leaves to cherish her memory three sisters: Delores Humphries (Mt. Vernon, NY), Carolyn Campbell (Wilbert), Seat Pleasant, MD, Gloria Turner, Washington, DC; two brothers: John G. Turner (Diane), Hartford, CT; Stacy Turner (Gwendolyn), Trappe, MD; Sheran also had three close nieces and one nephew who grew up with her: Darlene Young, Vanessa Sherwood (Keith), DeAnna Young and Roland Young, all of Mt. Vernon, NY; Sheran is also survived by a host of other nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grand nephews, cousins and friends.\n \n\n Sheran was preceded in death by her mother, Estella Turner, her grandmother, Emma Cooper and grandfather, Abraham Cooper and a special nephew, Thomas Anthony Young (Butchie).