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Sharon Marie King

Marysville, California

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Sharon Marie King, 65, of Sutter, CA, passed away October 20, 2014. She was born June 14, 1949 in Craig, CO and was a resident of the Yuba-Sutter area for 38 years. Sharon is survived by her husband, Richard Colen King; mother, Lucille Bernice Scott; daughters, June Marie Caruso, Kathleen Lynn...

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Our sincere sympathy for the whole family. I do so wish we could be there for you Roberta and your family at this time. We send our love and hugs to all of you. What a wonderful hope Jehovah has given us for the future. Love you all.

You were the best mom and friend a daughter could ask for. After my sisters left, I felt so lost and alone. But you became my best friend. As I began to have kids of my own I felt even closer to you as I understood how much you gave of yourself. All the way to the last werk, you were still beghing me to bring the boys to come see you, even though you felt awful.
Your love will always be remembered and I hope I can be a fraction of the mom you were.
I love and miss you dearly.

We miss you mom....love your 3 girls.

To Richard King loving husband. To a man who took on responsibility when it was needed. And looked after Sharon Kings three girls and took care of them. Our prayers are with you in this time sadness and sorrow.
Our heart goes out to you and to the best father-in-law one son-in-law could ever have Your son-in-law Ciro and granddaughter Starla Caruso we love you very much.

Mom, I miss you already. You were the best mother in law I could have asked for. You touched the lives of so many people. You were always so full of joy, even when your illness caused you pain. Thank you for my beautiful wife, and for being such a great Nana to my boys. We all look forward to seeing you again, in the paradise. Rest well, dearest Sharon.

Even though many miles seperated us we shared a beautiful part of our lives. Being married to your daughter Kathy has been the greatest thing that has ever happened to me. I owe all that to you as you raised the perfect mate for me. Thank you for all you have done for our fammly. RIP Love you Brian.