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Sharon Bullock passed away peacefully last weekend. A testament to a life well-lived, she is survived by many who loved her, including her daughters, daughter-in-law, grandchildren, soon-to-be-born great-granddaughter, and many wonderful friends.
Sharon was a proud Alaskan since 1981 and also proud to be a licensed clinical social worker. She served the Fairbanks community for many years at the Fairbanks Community Behavioral Health Center and then at Fairbanks Native Association's Women and Children's Center for Inner Healing, only retiring due to illness in November.
She is lovingly remembered for her dedication, feisty spirit, kindness, and compassion. Due to COVID, there will not be a service. As she frequently visited her beloved Creamer's Field, the family requests that memorials be made to Friends of Creamer's Field.

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Published in Daily News-Miner on Jan. 24, 2021.
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February 14, 2021
I viewed Sharon as an unofficial mentor as I pursued my social work practice in Fairbanks. We would encounter one another around town and say, "Let's have lunch." We'd meet for lunch and then not see one another until another casual encounter or at an NASW meeting or conference. I wish I could say she was a close friend, but I appreciate her kind spirit and sharing of those lunch dates sprinkled over nearly two decades. She will be missed by many, including me.
Karen Kohout
Acquaintance
February 7, 2021
I am sad to lose such a caring, kind friend and colleague but I know that the memories of her wisdom and her respectful approach to life will remain for those of us who were blessed to know her.
Suzanne Price
Friend
February 5, 2021
I worked with Sharon for several years at Community Mental Health. She was well liked for her kindness, support, experience and her wisdom. I will miss seeing her around the community as will many others in the Fairbanks.
Rest in Peace Sharon for a life well lived. Molly Leahy
Molly Leahy, LPC
Coworker
February 3, 2021
My condolences to her family and other friends. In loving memory of a wonderful person. We met through the Dharma studies in 1987 at the Mahakaruna center and you were always so supportive! We will love you and miss you always.
Ruby Cubano
Friend
January 29, 2021
Sharon will be missed she was a kind spirit and an excellent social worker, the Fairbanks community has lost a gem!
Jaye Palmer
Friend
January 27, 2021
Sharon purchased a Toyota RAV4 from me years ago. I'm retired now but I have to say I loved seeing Sharon come by to drop her car off for service and I always ran her to work. She was such a beautiful woman and kind. Goodbye Sharon I will miss not seeing your smile and spirit
Lynn Holmgren
Friend
January 25, 2021
Sharon was the Director of the Bering Straits Treatment Center in Nome. At that time the Center was located in the back part of the Lutheran Church. I started working there part-time, evenings and mid nights in 1982. Sharon would come by my place to ask if I could work. I know of her hardships then, yet she also found her niche and soared in her field since. I will miss seeing her at WEIO, the Pow Wow and around town.
Our condolences to her family.
Hugh Walker, BSW
Hugh Walker
January 24, 2021
My condolences to the family . May you find comfort in your treasured memories
and Gods promise to return our loved ones . 1st Thessalonians 4 : 13 & 14 .
January 24, 2021
Sharon is a really great lady and a terrific social worker, she will be missed.
Lorraine Cutler, LCSW
Coworker
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