What a fascinating and rich life. I recall Sharon from the CHS days all the way through. She made quite a life for herself. May she rest in peace.
Sandra Benninghoff (Sweeney)
My heart is broken to hear this news about Sharon. She was a great friend and very special person. We stayed in touch until just after college. She roomed with my cousin her first year at OSU. She was so fun to be around and she loved to laugh. I love how she lived such full and adventurous life, packing so much in to her 67 years. I wish we had stayed in touch. Now she is joyfully in Heaven with her Savior! She was, truly, a good and faithful servant! Until we meet again...
Laura Howard (Scudder)
So, so sorry to hear this news. Sharon was such a beautiful person and found the good in everyone and everything. It makes me happy to hear she lived a life as big as her heart. That dimple was her signature, whether we were singing together, at a girl scout meeting or just strolling along laughing. She was fun to be with and it's a shame we won't get to hear her laugh again. Until we meet again...
Like the others remembered in our In Memory section, gone too soon. The bus that brought students back and forth to Schwab and Aiken from our neighborhood used to pass right by the Burton home. As Chris and Sandy note, what a full ife she got to live during her too-few years.