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January 12, 1965 - October 7, 2020

In accordance with her wishes, cremation will take place and the family will be scheduling a celebration of life sometime in the near future. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital or Toys For Tots, care of the funeral home. Family and friends are encouraged to share a condolence message or favorite memory.

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Looking for my dear friend, that I went to school with, I am so sadden to learn she has passed away. I wish I could post a photo of her here, she had such an amazing smile. I can't believe she only lived a short distance away from me. Rest In Peace Sharon. I was blessed to have you in my life as a teen. You helped me through a difficult time. I wish I could of been there to help you.

Posted by ANNET MCPEAKE on August 15, 2021

My Aunt was the most amazing person ever. As a kid I could not wait for her to come visit. She was like a big sister that let you get away with everything. Staying up late watching scary movies, eating double stuff Oreos & dancing around like fools. I will always cherish every memory with her and I carry her in my heart everyday. I will miss her infectious smile, her beautiful eyes and her sense of humor.

Posted by LeaAnne O’Neill on October 10, 2020

Having been friends for the past 40 years I've experienced the good, bad, and sometimes unbelievable antics of this wonderful woman. She was very precious to me! Her infectious smile, her sense of humor, and beautiful blue eyes will forever be etched in my memory. I hope that the family will join me in reflecting upon fond memories that bring a smile to their faces, & warmth in their hearts. God bless you all!

Posted by Anonymous on October 8, 2020

"Shash" has always been a part of our family, and will be sorely missed. She was 'The Crazy Aunt" (In a fun way) who always brought a smile. We know that her soul fly's free now. Blessings are sent for those who are mourning her loss, as we are...

Posted by Anonymous on October 8, 2020

"Shash" was brought into our lives, and soon became another daughter. We, my late husband and I, genuinely loved her and always welcomed her with open arms. She was a gem! Condolences to her "blood" family as they navigate the days ahead following this incredible loss.

Posted by Anonymous on October 8, 2020