Dawn and Payton, We are so sadden by the news of you mom’s passing. Aunt Sharron was so special. She delighted in her family, you girls were her light, she was your father’s partner in every way. I remember their wedding went all day - morning to night, my folks tried to get us to rest between the wedding brunch and the evening reception. We were way too excited for that. They were so happy , and I remember. She the beautiful bride, took time and came by and talked to me and made even a little niece feel special. Of course she likely visited with everyone, but it still remember her commenting on my new shoes and how I was dancing. That’s what we really remember - how people make us feel. Aunt Sharron always greeted you that sweet shy smile, asked questions, really listened and made you feel important, and in a big family like ours that is a special gift. She did that for everyone, what a giving soul. She will be missed- keep those memories close. God Bless- love - Katie.
Dear Dawn and Payton,
We are so sorry for your incredible loss. Like Laura, I also have many happy memories of your mom (although I don't remember going to the zoo ... maybe I was too young). I remember your parents' wedding, though, and the beautiful dress your mom wore ... how incredibly happy your parents were when they shared the news that they were expecting you ... how welcoming your mom was when I stayed with them in Janesville for Dawn's baptism ... how important family was to her ... all of the times we celebrated Christmas together ... how happy she was at Dawn's wedding ... how she and your dad came to Michigan and stood with us when my dad died ... how I never heard your mom complain and how she always seemed to put others first. Your mom was such a wonderful wonderful person!! I pray that you find comfort in knowing that she is now in a perfect place together with your dad. My family and I send you all our most heartfelt condolences and big giant hugs!
We are so sorry about the passing of your mom. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
I have many fond memories of At. Sharon. Once, before your parents were married, At. Sharon and Un. Bernard took me and my sisters to the zoo, all 4 of us!! (We must have behaved because we were all invited to the wedding, too:) Your mom and dad always made us feel special. They are missed.
I’m sorry to hear that your mom has passed. I worked with her at WSBVI and think she was one of the kindest and most creative teacher I have ever met.
I bet she made the hats you are both wearing in the picture❤️
My heart is with you all as you go through this difficult time. Sharon has made beautiful memories with staff and children at WCBVI. Bless you all!
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
You were a great person and teacher. I never personally had you as a teacher, though you would still always smile and say hi to me. You will be missed
To The Family:
We were neighbors to the Foley's, our back yards adjoined for many years. Sharon was a wonderful person, to know and be around.. She taught Joyce latch hooking, and I enjoyed many of good times with her parents, when they came to visit from Michigan. We really enjoyed being around her, and will miss her very much.
Was a great teacher, we will all miss her.
Payton and family I’m very sorry to hear about your loss
I have so many wonderful memories of Sharon. She was a great teacher and truly cared about her students! GreT person! Prayers and hugs to you all! 💕🙏🙏🏼💜
I was in her first homeroom class and she also help me with math and spelling. Thank you for you did for me
My thoughts go out to Dawn and Payton and Mrs. Foley’s grandchildren. Sorry for your loss. Your Mom talked a lot about her daughters a lot at school WSVH. I remember meeting her daughters a few times over the years from 1997-2003. And at the school reunions. I remember one time that one of her daughters got an autograph from some of the members of *NSYNC and your Mom was telling me about it. Your Mom was a nice lady and teacher. Mrs. Foley will be missed by many.. Former student of MRS. Foley.
Sweet Sharon, I remember you on the sidelines cheering on Dawn as she earned new belts in karate, beaming with pride. I know the kind of woman you were through the women you raised, and I thank you from the bottom of my heart for your loving contributions to this world. I salute you for a life well lived.
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.