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She was a beautiful person inside and out. Love you Sharon. Miss you
~ Denise scott - June 17, 2021
Its been two years and I miss our phone calls. God rest your soul, I will always love you. No one can take away my memories of you! Your North Dakota -- HA Ha sister in Law Linda! God love the confusion the two Linda's have! Peace my dear sister!
~ Linda Lieberg Alexander - March 16, 2017
My heart breaks over what happened to a wonderful person..I got to live 2 doors down from her and schatted with her every time I ran into her... I also enjoyed our conversations and she was always so sweet to me and my family...I also got the privilege of listening to her dote on what a proud grandma she was and seen her interact with her grand baby a few times... The world lost a very sweet woman and my heart breaks for her family! Will miss our chats Sharon!!!!
~ lynn groves - March 24, 2015
I worked with Sharon at Grandma Hoerner's, and I had the opportunity to interview her for a position within the company. She has the distinction of actually stopping me down completely with a very unusual and memorable answer to one of my normal questions. When I asked her what her favorite job was in her complete employment history, she answered without hesitation that she loved working with pigs. Hoping that she wasn't speaking about her current employer, I cautiously asked for clarification. She, in fact, had worked on a pig farm, and had enjoyed it immensely. She loved the animals (quite an achievement, if you ask me), the farm, the chance of working outside, and being active. Sharon chose not to take the position, and I knew then what I had missed. She was an outstanding person, and her quiet, confident, and steadfast presence is missed.
~ Ivan Gutschke - March 23, 2015
I used to watch Eva at the daycare center. She was always very nice to me. I am so sorry for your loss? Heaven has gain another angel.
~ Jessica Brazzle - March 21, 2015
I met Sharon over 25 years ago when I was stationed in Germany with Roland. I remember her to be a very sweet and selfless person. She opened her home to Roland's platoon mates, in order to provide them a sense of home in a far away place. I have never forgotten that. Thank you Sharon. May you rest in eternal peace.
~ Chip Lundquist (Faden) - March 20, 2015
Sending our prayers and heartfelt condolences to Sharons family and friends, we will forever be grateful that we were given the chance to call this beautiful amazing women, friend. Also greatly heartbroken that Sharons loving, kind and wonderful way was taken from so many who loved her way too soon. We will forever hold tight to our memories of Sharon, and forever miss her.
~ Becky & Karl Boldman - March 19, 2015
I offer my sincere sympathy to the family and friends of Sharon. Fully believe, as the Bible teaches, that God will restore paradise conditions to our earth and that he longs to bring back to life on earth those who have died. Rev. 21:4 says: "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away." Also read of his promises at John 5:28,29 and Psalm 37:11,29. God always fulfills his promises. (Numbers 23:19)
~ Cheryl D. - March 19, 2015
Our hearts and Prayers go out to all that Sharon left behind. She touched the hearts of everyone in our family, we have all been connected to Sharon in one way or another. As many others have said, she was beautiful, so loving, full of kindness, and yes her smile can never be forgotten. Keep the faith, time will help.
Love the Enfield Family
~ Diana Enfield Schnurr - March 19, 2015
My two messages should be ready in opposite order-2nd one 1st then 1st one 2nd. Sorry
~ Tanijo Schuster - March 19, 2015
from Sharon's eyes. Or another physical pain felt, or another sad feeling felt by Sharon for all of eternity
Now Is the time to receive the reward God has promised Sharon. Now that Sharon has "cast off" the stitches in the last row of that garment of life, it is time to take that garment and wear it proudly as she has gone before her Creator and show Him what has gone into the making of that garment. How each stitch represents the many trials and tribulations she has experienced. Each color represents the varieties of joys and sorrows Sharon has known and each row represents the days: good and bad; some tough and some so joyful they will not be forgotten in all eternity.
The back side, or inside of this garment will display the difficulties, heartaches and hardships He has asked Sharon to carry along with the pains and tough times; and yet the inside was so essential in bringing out the beauty of the inside of the skillfully created garment.
Sharon we know and believe you are present with the Lord and with those dear ones who have known Jesus as their Savior and have gone before you.
Thank You Sharon...We are grateful to have had you! And as one in your family, I have been blessed to have loved you. I say to you Sharon, " I'll look forward to the day I see you in Heaven." May you rest in peace in the Arms of Jesus and be held in the Palm of the Lord's Hand. Amen....praying for all of you...tanijo??
~ Tanijo Schuster - March 19, 2015
I didn't know Sharon personally. I know Kenneth Alexander of Minot very well; his wife Linda, not as well, & met his son only once at the hotel Kenny and I work at. Through these last months ( since late October I've had many 'sit downs' with Kenny, usually in his wonderfully comfy office. We've talked about a very wide variety of things, things professional and personal in both our lives. I'm always a person who asks a lot of questions ( I'm not age 5 but age 50!!!). But that's how I've found u get to know someone! So I've heard Kenny talk about his baby sister Sharon.
I have a 'Baby Sister' also and her name wasn't Pami it was 'Babe'. When Kenny talked about his sister, it was always in the context of, if I'm not mistaken, 'My Baby Soster, Sharon'.
After looking through the slide show presentation presented here, and reading what everyone who knew Sharon wrote, and not knowing what I could POSSIBLY do to comfort and show sympathy and empathy to my friend and the wonderful man I know as Kenny I have for these last days done some checking and found that most assuredly your baby sister is in the place I call HEAVEN. From those who were closest to her, spent time with her, knew her from way back to seeing her just the other day, I am so grateful that she is in the presence of the Lord. Her faith, her deep desire for the well-being of others, her sincerity, her consistent thankfulness for the least blessings are virtues that should be remembered about her. It seems impossible in reading other peoples' memories of Sharon to count ALL the blessings the people who knew her have enjoyed because they and you her family have traveled this life's journey with her.
She has probably taught those around her and you her family to be Thankful, to have Patience, to have Courage, & most of all to have Love.
& Now it is time for All of You to carry on and without any doubt she will be present in the hearts of those she has touched throught her life, ESPECIALLY her family.
Yes she was needed and will be missed, but how can we be sad when we realize Sharon is in THE Presence of the God who created the Universe, WHO has already made her mind, body and soul completely healed and perfect; where there will never be another tear shed
~ Tanijo Schuster - March 19, 2015
I met Sharon 39 years ago thru her mother, Sylvia, a coworker. Sharon was such a kind soul... never hurt anyone, never knew a stranger, always helpful. What I will remember most is her bright eyes & genuine smile. Every encounter with Sharon, I came away feeling good... Now I know it's because I had been in the presence of a true angel.
There is no greater loss for a mother than the loss of a child. Sylvia, I'm keeping you as well as Sharon's children & the rest of the family in my prayers.
God bless this family!
~ Mary T. Jacobs - March 19, 2015
We were friends for 20 years and we had hoped to have at least another 20 when your life was cut short way to early. You were such a kind and loving soul and we will miss you terribly, but you will forever be in our hearts. Rest in peace!!!
~ Viola & Scott Zorn - March 18, 2015
I've always known her as a very kind person, she will always be remembered and will definitely be missed. May God always be with you, Sharon.
Beverly Kemp-Saunders, c/o 1979
~ Beverly Kemp-Saunders - March 18, 2015
Sharon always had a smile everytime I saw her. I was blessed to know Sharon through her mother Sylvia, I've known her for 37 years, and have always enjoyed seeing her, we literally almost ran in to each other a few weeks ago at Wal Mart, it made us have a good laugh.
Sharon was loved by so many and will be missed deeply. I have to believe that The Lord takes the best. God Bless you all.
~ Kim Deppish-Irvine - March 18, 2015
May God give comfort and peace, and bless all those who are mourning the loss of Sharon. May God watch over all of us, as we try to understand why this happened.
Sharon and I walked together on graduation day in May of 1980. We were filled with so much excitement that day!
She was a soft spoken person and had an infectious smile. And I loved to hear her laughter. We had a lot of those "laughs" at good old JCHS. Through the years our paths crossed many times, especially since our children went to school together. We may not have seen or talked to each other during periods of time, but when we saw each other, we could talk for hours...mainly about our children. Oh how she loved her children...and her baby grand-daughter...
Eric, Racheal, and Eva...My heart goes out to you. You are in my prayers.
With my Deepest Sympathy,
~ Shannon Rolfs - March 18, 2015
Sharon I will always remember you.
I thank my God in all remembrance of you. Philippians 1:3.
~ Denise Wisecarver Scott - March 18, 2015
Sometimes there are no words to express the feelings of the heart. May peace come from the memories of love shared, and comfort you now and in the days to come. God Bless
~ Tammy Moritz - March 18, 2015
My last memory of Sharon is her serving in the Coffee Take Away. She was good at that job and had an infectious smile. Sad that she has had her life taken from her and all her family who loved her. May our Heavenly Father bless her and all who will miss her.
~ Winona Crook - March 18, 2015
Sending many prayers to the family. Kolby and I remember Sharon through Kelly and going to the little coffee shop. She will be missed. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
~ Amy Zornes - March 17, 2015
Dear God in Heaven, as you welcome our young sister into your Kingdom; please hold tightly to the broken hearts left behind. Give her children strength and comfort in the days ahead. Sharon was an angel sent to us by you, sweet and kind in every way. She will be overwhelmingly missed.
~ Pam Paxton - March 17, 2015
I will miss you Sharon; your joy in life, your love for your children and for Eva, your beloved grandchild. Your fun trips with me and your ease of being convinced a road trip was necessary, your energy and life. Blessings to you and your family.
~ Patricia Mansker - March 17, 2015
I am standing upon the seashore. A ship, at my side,
spreads her white sails to the moving breeze and starts
for the blue ocean. She is an object of beauty and strength.
I stand and watch her until, at length, she hangs like a speck
of white cloud just where the sea and sky come to mingle with each other.
Then, someone at my side says, "There, she is gone."
Gone from my sight. That is all. She is just as large in mast,
hull and spar as she was when she left my side.
And, she is just as able to bear her load of living freight to her destined port.
Her diminished size is in me -- not in her.
And, just at the moment when someone says, "There, she is gone,"
there are other eyes watching her coming, and other voices
ready to take up the glad shout, "Here she comes!" And that is dying...
Henry Van Dyke
Sharon is gone from my sight, that is all. I will forever keep her memory in my heart. I wish her the traditional "Fair Winds and Following Seas" as she makes the great journey to those distant shores.
Eric A. Morris
~ Eric Morris - March 17, 2015
The Lords Prayer in Hawaiian
Ka Pule a ka Haku
E ko makou makua i loko o ka lani,
E ho'ano 'ia kou inoa
E hiki mai kou aupuni;
E malama 'ia kou makemake ma ke honua nei
E like me ia i malama 'ia ma ka lani la.
E ha'awi mai ia makou i keia la, i 'ai na makou no neia la.
E kala mai ho'I ia makou i ka makou lawehala 'ana,
Me makou e kala nei i ka po'e i lawehala i ka makou.
Mai ho'oku'u 'oe ia makou I ka ho'owalewale 'ia mai,
E ho'opakele no na'e ia makou i ka 'ino;
No ka mea, nou ke aupuni,
A me ka mana, a me ka ho'onani 'ia a mau loa aku.
~ Bill and Kathy Swiger - March 17, 2015
My heart aches for you and all your family. I know God has you cradled in his arms and has also reached down and held your children close. My prayers of condolence and for strength to all your family and friends left here to mourn you. ~~~~~~~~ Jan
~ Jan Kimbrell - March 16, 2015
Rest in peace my sweet dear friend. Love you and will miss you..all the good times we had in school as you join many of our classmates that have gone ahead of us watch after our friends and family...class mate of 78
~ mike clark - March 16, 2015
I am truly heartbroken knowing I will never hear you laugh and see your beautiful smile. I will always treasure the time we spent together. You were one true friend, I know you know how much we loved you. RIP Sharon...heaven has gained a kstate loving angel!
~ pat anderson - March 16, 2015
Sharon I love you so much. I can't imagine you not being here. I will never understand why you are gone. I love you. RI P
~ Liz Jeffers - March 16, 2015
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