Some of my best memories of going to church when I was little with Grandma Margrete Richards was turning around and having Sheila and Sharon make faces at me and then I would be the one to get in trouble.
As an adult, when I got to see Sharon and Sheila at gatherings both still made me laugh and smile.
I met Sharon’s daughter at one occasion and could instantly tell she had the same smile and laughter as her mom.
I always appreciated the fact no matter how many years had gone by, and even though I was now a “grown-up” Sharon would still crack me up within seconds of giving her a great big hug.
I hope all of your memories are filled with laughter, joy and smiles because that is how I will always remember Sharon.
Oh Eggan family it’s hard to believe so sorry with prayers for you as you go through this time
My deepest sympathies to your family. I am very sorry to hear this sad news.
I met Sharon about 16 years ago at Little Caesars. We never saw eye to eye. She was stubborn. So was I. Our strong willed personalities clashed, but that is just how it worked. That’s what made it so fun to work with her. I would complain about having to listening to Kafe 104.1 in the mornings all the time, but would be the first one at the phones when they did the Chocolate Connection. We would play little tricks on each other almost everyday. I’ll never forget you pointing and laughing until tears when I came out of the walk-in covered head to toe in pizza sauce.
It wasn’t until years had gone by and a bond was established, that we realized we are related though marriage. The pranks ended and grew into laughs at family gatherings. Thank you, for every second of it. You will be greatly missed.
To Susan and all of your Family,
We are so very sorry for the loss of your sister. We don't have any words that could possibly make anything better.
We just want you to know that you are in our thoughts with love.
Keri and Ken.