Condolence From: David Cameletti and Cathy Thompson
Condolence: Sharon was our cousin whom we knew all of our lives. We shared many happy experiences together. Our mother Joanne is her aunt and Sharon was very considerate to her and our father Jack in recent years. We will miss her.
David Cameletti and Cathy Thompson
Condolence: Saddened to hear of Sharon's passing. The Lees - Anderson families lived on the same street and grew up together . Many wonderful memories of times spent together and friendships that have lasted over the years. Anytime we went to Blind River and run into Sharon, were always greeted with a smile. She was never short of something to say and her sense of humour and wit would brighten anyone's day.
When my father retired and took up gardening in the summer, he and Sharon had great conversations as to gardening techniques and who had the best 'whatever was in season' at the time. He greatly enjoyed their banter and looked forward to the conversations.
Sharon was a good friend to all and will be greatly missed.
Condolence: Please accept our deepest condolences. Sharon became a very dear friend to us since we moved to Blind River. Never short for words, we loved her laughter and wit. Mary will miss her movie buddy. See you on the water Sharon.
Condolence: I’m writing to send my sincere condolences. You don’t know me, but realize your not alone. Life is hard enough without having to face such sorrow, specially Sharon being at such a young age. I lost my husband, he was only 51. But we can be comforted from the Bible when It tells us that we can be comforted from knowing that Jehovah God feels for us when we suffer. He promises that soon he will wipe our tears from our eyes and death will be no more. Revelation 21:3, 4. Know that God doesn’t cause our suffering and he is a hearer of prayer. Take care. Sincerely, one of Jehovah’s Witnesses