sharon was my first nurse manager. As the years went on, I found sharon was strict but fair. She kept working with nurses even when they made mistakes, and for this she has my respect. She showed mercy and grace, and I pray that the Lord shows her all the mercy, grace, and respect that she revealed to us. She was one of a kind and I love her still. She will not be forgotten. Be proud of her, she is not gone, just waiting till we one day join her and all of our loved ones.
Sharon was a wonderful person, a special friend, and one classy lady who lived life to its fullest. I will miss her. My deepest condolences to her family.
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
My deepest condolences to Sharon's family. I only knew her for a short time, but really enjoyed her company and her great sense of fashion. I am wearing orange in her memory today.
Sharon was a beautiful, compassionate and caring friend, co-worker, bridge player and fellow member of Macon Service League. What courage and spirit did she display. She will be missed!
My deepest sympathy to Sharon's family and friends. She will truly be missed but memories will live on.
Sharon was my boss on 8main at the medical center .she helped mold me into the nurse I am today.I will always remember her! I will keep Sharon's family in my prayers.
Sharon was and always will be considerd as family.She has been in my children's lives their whole lifes,they called her Auntie Sharon. She will be greatly missed,she was a remarkable women.
To the family of Sharon,
I knew Sharon through a mutual friend(Gayle Brown). I always enjoyed every single second I spent with her!
To Sharon's family we send our prayers that you may know peace because you know you did your best and Sharon is now at peace.
Rick and Sherry Osterhaus, Sheboygan WI
People are like stained glass windows: they sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in their true beauty is revealed only if there is a light within--Sharon was like that stained glass window! I will truly miss her.
To Sharon's family:
I worked with Sharon at the Medical Center, when she was a nurse manager and then in IS. She was a dedicated professional and a good friend. Celebrate her life and know how much she care about her family,friends and enjoyed her nursing career and informatics. You are in my thoughts & prayers.
She was a smart & formidable colleague whom I so admired I was thankful to have been able to visit with her at our nurse manager reunion in December. I am so sorry for your loss.
To Sharon's family & friends...
You all are in my thoughts and prayers. I knew Sharon during her tenure as Nurse Manager and then as a Nurse Informatics person at MCCG. I thought very highly of her. Sharon is perfect now; it's the rest of us left behind that are in need of God's healing touch. May you all feel His hand guiding your path. My life was enriched by knowing Sharon!
My name is Dorothy Carroll;
I had the pleasure of knowing and working with Sharon since my employment with the Medical Center in 1990; until her retirement in 2010. Although I did not work on the Nursing area that she directed; I did work with her on various reporting and other work related issues. She was a wonderful person and she will be missed. It broke my heart to see that she had passed away. Know that you are in my families thoughts and prayers.
Steve , Jennifer , family
Mere words can never convey the sorrow you all have. Nor can words express the sorrow and love we all share with you. May your love and precious memories begin to give you comfort. I am so honored to have been one of Sharon's friends.
Sharon was one of the strongest women I have ever know. My love to Paul, Sarah and Jesse. Your grandmother was so proud of you guys.
Sharon was my neighbor. She was a lovely person. She will be missed. My condolences to her family.