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August 19, 2018

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June 18, 2018
First of all, I would like to thank each and every one of you who wrote something in memory of my wife. I love her, and I miss her everyday. I can't look at her photo without bursting into tears. I miss her so much. I wish that there was something I could do to make everything better. There are just so many things that I will never understand on this side of Heaven. This is one of them. She touched so many peoples lives in so many different ways. Right now she is in Heaven. She is where the soul never dies in a celestial, glorified body impervious to pain and suffering. No worries, no having to take medication. God has wiped away all tears and made all things new. Oh how I miss her!!!! We were like "Ham and Eggs"........."Peas and Carrots". She completed me. She was, still is, and will always be my first love.
April 5, 2018
Sharon definitely believed in quality and beauty as important parts of life. I have a very good memory of her sitting on the leather couch in our house, next to Mark, talking about slipping cultural standards - in her curled hair and high heels. A lady through and through. I especially liked hearing about the wooden spoon method at the memorial service!
February 13, 2018
Mom managed a rare blend of compassion and acceptance with just a hint of sarcasm. She knew what I was going to do before I did it and knew I was lying before I told one. When she would send me on a guilt trip I always packed extra undies because I was going to be gone awhile. She loved her family and friends so much that it spilled over to neighbors and strangers. She was as tough as a tank in her no-nonsense approach to child rearing, yet wrapped everything in a hug, a kiss and an "I love you." She got so mad at repeated teacher conferences about me making kids laugh in class ... and yet she laughed at all of my jokes; she never admitted the correlation! She encouraged me by helping me understand the things I was good at and things that didn't matter. When I was little I thought she was the most beautiful woman in the world, and I will believe that to the day that I die. She gave me the gift of faith and taught me that true love for God requires love for everyone. I will feel her love, see her face and hear her laughter everyday... until I see her again. I love you, Mom.
February 13, 2018
Sharon was the sister I never had. We talked for hours sharing laughter, tears, prayers, life challenges. Mark could get some sleep while we chatted away. Sharon had the gift of bringing joy to peoples lives. Such a good listener. She loved to listen to the rain...brought her peace. She was always up for an adventure where ever it took her. She loved her family and friends unconditionally. She loved the Lord and shared her beliefs. I will see her again on the other side...Rest in peace my sister in the Lord ❤❤❤