Guest Book for Sharon Lorraine McCollom

Provided by Gorder-Jensen Funeral Home

Posted by: Emile Kimmet
Fri October 18, 2019
I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Sharon. She will be missed by all of us who knew her. She was what I call a real lady. Keep your memories close, they really help to get through each day. Emile
 

 
Posted by: Karen Carlson
Fri October 18, 2019
So very sorry  for your loss.  Sharon was such a kind, caring person, always having the time to speak to you and wanting to know how you were.  She will be greatly missed in this community. Sending sympathy and prayers to all her family.
 

 
Posted by: Christine Summers
Sat October 19, 2019
I have many good memories of my Sharon and the time spent with her and Lonnie, Brian, Brad, and Brenda and I’ll always cherish those memories. She blessed so many people with her humor, her love and her kindness for others. Sharon was an amazing lady, and I feel privileged to have been part of her family. My thoughts and prayers are with Lonnie, Brian, Brad, and Brenda - I know how hard this loss is.  Remember the good times and take comfort in the fact her faith was stong and she is home now reunited with her family in heaven.
 

 
Posted by: Peggy Duffey
Sat October 19, 2019
So sorry to hear of Sharon's passing. She was such a kind, caring & special lady! My thoughts & sympathy to the family.
 

 
Posted by: MOHAMMAD HAQUE
Mon October 21, 2019

SOFT AND SWEET MEMORIES STANDING SPRAY was sent by Dr. Johathan Cutler .

With our deepest and heartfelt condolences. From - Spine & Orthopaedic Specialists of Central Florida & Central Palm Beach Surgery Center.

 

 
Posted by: Sandie Munson walker walz
Mon October 21, 2019
Dear Lonnie, Brian, Brad and Brenda, i am sorry to hear that the cancer took Sharon, but God needed her in heaven !!  Sharon was my first cousin, and we grew up together.  The Munson family (my Mom was Annie Alzheimer, just older than Sharon’s dad, Eddie) lived in the house across the alley, right behind St. Joseph’s Church that Grandpa Edmund donated the sand for the bricks when it was built.  We got together at our house after Sunday mass.
Sharon was compassionate, merciful, loving and a genuine, wonderful Child of God. June 2018 was the last time we got together.  We emailed and kept in touch.  Sharon, I love you and I know your suffering Is done.  Rest in peace.
 

 
Posted by: Kathy Stelling
Tue October 22, 2019
To the family of Sharon McCollom: Please accept my condolences for the passing of  Sharon.  When I was young, my brother Bob & I use to play with Sharon & her brother Bill.  We always had so much fun.  My love & prayers are with all of your family.  Kathy
 

 
Posted by: Betty Kaye Baker Mullins
Wed October 23, 2019
Dear Lonnie and family,
I am so sorry to hear of Sharon's passing.
During high school, Sharon was the best friend anyone could have.  I remember that during the winter, we went to the Roxy and walking through the snow was magical.  She was a wonderfully kind and generous person to all.  
Please accept my prayers and best wishes.  
betty kaye baker mullins
 

 
Posted by: Connie Genger
Fri November 01, 2019
I am so sorry to learn of Sharon's passing.  I admired and respected her since I first met her in the insurance office years ago.  I know she touched many lives with her generous and kind manner, and I am better for having known her.
 

 
Posted by: Betty Ann Munson-Hafferman
Fri November 01, 2019
I am the oldest of all the cousins,so  I knew them from birth and loved them all,so it is hard for me to lose them. I felt close to Sharon because I took care of her and Billy when Carol Jean was born. Now she is with her parents and brother Bill. I am keeping them and all their families in my prayers and thoughts. Sharon will be missed so deeply by all.