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Sharon Fells

Sharon Fells

August 31, 1948 - August 11, 2020
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Sharon Fells

August 1948-August 2020

She will be greatly missed by her girls: Lisa & April, Kirsten & Chelsea, Dianne, Jaycee & Carol and her boys Jacob, Kaedan & Cody. She will also be missed by her fur babies, but joins those already across the bridge, especially Baylee. Sharon loved reading, so was able to give others the gift of sight by donating her corneas. She would want all left behind to live life with no regrets. Cremation has taken place. Please remember her by signing your Organ Donor Card. If you desire memorial donations may be made to the Farley Foundation or a local animal rescue of your choice. Arrangements entrusted to Families First, 3260 Dougall Avenue, South Windsor 519-969-5841.

Ma would say “What an exciting book, but that ending sucked!” We hoped her final chapter would change, but it was in the fine print: death is the end for us all. Always stubborn and bossy, Ma closed her book leaving behind her heartbroken tribe. Beneath that tough exterior was a big heart. She was fiercely protective and supportive of those she loved. We will miss the twinkle in her eyes when shenanigans were about and WON’T miss “the stare” that would make even a drill sergeant avoid eye contact. She made the most bad-a$$ chili that would make you weep and raised us on the many grammatical uses of the “F” word. She was famous for being sarcastic, brutally honest, stubborn as heck and having a wicked sense of humour. Sharon was also fierce negotiator at work and home, most often successful in getting the results she wanted. Ma was a strong, independent, confident woman, who made parenting look effortless when she raised her daughter Lisa (Grammy of April) with those same values. Adding to her grey hair, she was “Ma” of Kirsten (Chelsea & Jacob), Dianne (Grams of Kaeden, Jaycee and Cody) and Carol. She was also “Ma” to many others who came into her life through her kids. She kept all of our sass and shenanigans on a tight rein right to her last breath. She wanted us to have fun as respectable citizens, not leaders of a chain gang. She will also be missed by her fur babies, but joins those already across the bridge, especially Baylee. Sharon loved reading, so was able to give others the gift of sight by donating her corneas. She would want all those left behind to live life with no regrets. Cremation was held. Please remember her by signing your Organ Donor Card. If you desire memorial donations may be made to the Farley Foundation or a local animal rescue of your choice.
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Linda Fiala

Posted at 01:26pm
Sorry to hear about Sharon's passing. I worked with her for a few years when I was at CRA. She had many great qualities that the younger works loved about her. She was tough and had great spunk, we knew when she was joking around and when she was being serious. Sending my condolences to the family.
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Janet Ciurysek

Posted at 09:12pm
I’m so sorry to hear about Sharons passing. We worked together for many years and had many many laughs. Sad that we lost touch after she left CRA. Lisa, my heartfelt condolences to you and your family.
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Liz Purser

Posted at 06:00pm
With sincere sympathy in the loss of Sharon. I worked with Sharon for many years and we both loved to tell our stories about the pets we had . She was a wonderful person and I was lucky to have worked with someone like her
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Margaret Durfy

Posted at 02:37pm
My condolences on the loss of Sharon. Your eulogy is right on and a beautiful tribute. Sharon and I worked together many years ago and I remember what a strong person she was but most of all I remember that big smile. So sorry for your loss, Margaret Durfy.
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