Sharon A. KING

Sidney, Bc, British Columbia

January 27, 1940 - February 16, 2018


KING/ (nee PIRRIE) With great sadness we have to announce the passing of SHARON ANN KING (nee PIRRIE) on Friday, February 16th, 2018 at the Palliative Care Unit in Saanich Peninsula Hospital. A brief battle with cancer ended quickly and without suffering. An Athlete, Wife, Mother, Grandmother,...

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I just learned of Sharon's passing and would like to add my condolences as well. Sharon was a teacher, coach and mentor during my high school years, and became a valued friend. She prized, and practised, integrity and inclusion and did her best to instil those values in everyone whose lives she touched. She was fiercely protective of those she loved, and she included a lot of people in that category, and took personal interest in their growth. Sharon also had a delightful laugh that welcomed...

Sharon and I spent many happy hours on the golf course in the late 80s. So glad we reconnected via Facebook in recent years.

Sharon's celebration of life will take place at The Roost Cafe (9100 East Saanich Rd.) on Sunday, February 25, 2018, from 1 to 3 pm. It will be a very informal drop-in, come -and -go event with casual dress and no speeches or formalities of any kind, just the opportunity to share their memories of Sharon with each other. Snacks and beverages will be served.
Please pass this information to your contacts and friends who knew Sharon. Marlene

My thoughts are with you, Auntie Marlene. I am glad to have met Sharon, she was a wonderful woman who had an interesting life. Love and hugs!

Thinking of you at this time Marlene and we are so glad that you and Sharon made the trip to visit us in Maricopa when you did. You are loved. Hugs

I kept bumping into Sharon all through the fall of 2017. A few times out shopping this past Xmas. Happened so fast. Always a fun lady.Best thoughts to Marlene and Sharon's family.

I am honoured to have known Sharon and have her enter my life. Our time was not as long as I had hoped, but her spirit and infectious, sporadic, bubbly personality will never be forgotten. Thanks for taking such good care of my aunt and friend, Marlene.

Thank you Sharon for being a part of my family. I appreciate all your support you have given my boys. I enjoyed listening to your stories and will cherish the memories. I will truly miss you . Xoxo

Celebration of Sharon's life will be held at the Roost Cafe (corner of McTavish and East Saanich Rd) on Sunday, February 25, from 1 to 3 pm. There will be no speeches or other formalities, just a casual drop-in event with the opportunity to share memories with family and friends. Snacks and beverages will be served. We hope to see you there. Marlene