Sharon grew up in small rural town in northwest Connecticut dominated by dairy farms. There, early
friendships became lifelong ones. She valued everyone she came to know. Sharon developed a sense of
empathy that led her to devote much of her adult life to the service of others. Whenever Sharon was
around, laughter prevailed. She came to Savannah thirty years ago to study at the Savannah College of
Art and Design. Sharon came to love Savannah and after graduation, the city became her home.
Sharon was predeceased by her parents, Gene and Claire. She and her mother had a relationship few
mothers and daughters can match. Sharon is survived by her three older brothers , a niece, three
nephews, a lot of cousins and a Savannah family who were very dear to her.