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Sharon Lynn McKinney, 69, passed peacefully into eternity and the arms of God on January 2, 2019. She was a devoted wife, mother, stepmother, grandmother, daughter, sister, aunt, and friend. If there was one word to describe Sharon, it would be selfless. She was the most giving person and cared only about the comfort and well-being of others, every moment of her life. She only wanted the best for her children and grandchildren, and loved to host people in her home. She put so much care and attention into giving and providing, and threw the best parties! She could make a friend anywhere, with complete strangers, and because of that had a large following at home and wherever she traveled. Sharon loved to have a good time, regardless of the situation, and always found the lighter side of things. She brought so much joy, love, and laughter to family and friends, and will be dearly missed.
A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Sharon is survived by her husband Jim McKinney of 29 years, two sons Scott Madgett and Sean Madgett, father and WWII veteran Leonard Meyer, sisters Pam Winistorfer (Jeff), Beverly Meyer, and Anita Esposito, granddaughter Sadie Kay-Madgett, step granddaughter Carson Lasnetski, step grandson Jackson Lasnetski, stepdaughter Tyler Lasnetski (Jeremy), stepson Matt McKinney (Carey), and many close and dear friends.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests friends follow her lead with becoming an organ donor as she did to the Eye Bank Association of America's "Gift of Sight Program."
A private Celebration of her Life with friends and family will be held at her home in Orange Park in the near future. Her favorite song was Louis Armstrong's "What a Wonderful World." And she was the essence of that in her family and friends' lives.

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Published in the Florida Times-Union on Jan. 13, 2019
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