Sharon Stoner

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Apr 24, 1949 – May 6, 2019 (Age 70)


April 24, 1949
May 6, 2019
Milwaukee, Wisconsin


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Sharon Ann StonerBorn: April 24, 1949; in Joliet, ILDied: May 6, 2019; in Machesney Park, ILSharon Ann Stoner, age 70, was tragically killed on May 6, 2019 in Machesney Park, IL. She was born to Walter and Beverly Johnson on April 24, 1949 in Joliet, IL. Sharon is survived by her loving husband...

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I feel so fortunate to have worked with Sharon during my elementary teaching years and to have worked with the "Stoner team" when they stepped up and became co-presidents of our local teachers' association. Sharon was the consummate elementary teacher and I learned a lot about patience and understanding for students from her. My thoughts are with her family and I hope it helps to know that her former students and colleagues hold her in such high esteem.

I remember being in your kindergarten class Mrs.Stoner we were your last kindergarten class, and I remember presenting you with a plaque congratulating you on your retirement. Thank you for all that you did,

I am very sorry for your loss Jack. I will keep you and your family in my prayers. God bless you all in your time of mourning.


We are shocked and saddened to hear of the tragic death of Sharon. You are in our prayers, we pray for comfort and peace only our Lord and Savior can provide. We extend our deepest sympathy to you and your family.

Dave and Babs Green

Jack, we are saddened by the tragic loss of Sharon. Please know that we, and the rest of your Plainfield High School classmates, share in your grief and pain at this most difficult time. We extend our most profound sympathy to you and Sharon's family. We care.

Dear Jack and Kim,
I worked with Sharon for several years during the time she taught kindergarten there. Sharon was always upbeat, happy and kind. She loved her students and they loved her. She was a friend to the entire staff and was always willing to lend a helping hand. This tragedy has touched many, both near and far. Please be assured of countless prayers coming your way.
Gina Rusche

Jack, I am very saddened by your loss. I am privileged to have known Sharon at Hall. You and she were excellent leaders for the association. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.

My class

My thoughts and prayers are with you Mrs. Stoner. You were my kindergarten teacher at G. Stanley Hall. You had such a kind heart. Love you always

Dear Jack,
I'm so sorry to hear about Sharon. She was truly a beautiful person, inside and out. I still have the roll top desk you both gave me, when I moved out to CW and will think of her every time I use it. Keeping you and your family in my prayers.
Beverly Iversen