Sharon Ann Sheck

In Memorial

Passed away Wednesday December 18, 2013 at age 67 years. She is survived by her loving husband Ken and 4 children Jamie, David, Andrea, and Alan and their spouses, also by her 8 grandchildren. Many thanks to the Canadian Mental Health Association, B.C. division. At her wish private services being held.

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  1. Dear mommy., you suffered your whole lfe and never ever complained u deserved so so much more. Now at least nothing can hurt u ever again. U will always b with us . Love ur daughter Andrea xoxoxo see u again

  2. Dear Ma,
    You touched my life and you will always be in my heart. You were my angel on earth and you continue to be my angel in heaven. I know you’re okay now…no more pain. I love you forever.

    Your best friend and son, David

  3. To Ken and Family,
    My deepest sympathy for the loss of Sharon. Sharon was a remarkable woman. Words cannot express how much she touched my life. I always looked forward to our time together. Sharon always had wonderful memories of you all. She always spoke so highly of all of you! Sharon never complained, yet always thought of others needs before her own.I will truly miss her indeed. Be strong and hold onto all of the fond memories . Reach for Tomorrow ! My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
    Kind Regards,
    Carla Coleman

  4. Sharon
    Gentle, sweet, kind
    Blurred, confused, silent
    Always unselfish
    Beautiful of mindA spirit of hope
    Dreaming afar
    A wish of return
    Health and to copeLife was unfair
    Illness a curse
    Persevering day out
    Burden to share Encircled by family
    Four children beloved
    Did what she could
    Giving her all happily

  5. My great love. You were the nicest, kindest, most gentle person I ever met. I never ever heard you say a bad word about anyone. My true best friend in all things for 25 years. And it is so true, you suffered for so long from so many things and much confusion, and yet you just kept on moving on never ever complaining at all, even at the end when the pains were double. We will love you now, again, and forever. See you when? Love ken.

  6. Darlene and Gordon Martin

    We didn’t know Sharon well but well enough to know she was a kind, loving soul and know she will be missed by all that knew her. Rest in peace dear one. Gord and Darlene

  7. Dear Ken.
    It is with a heavy heart that I send my deepest condolences on the passing of Sharon. I have many wonderful memories of Sharon, a gracious and very humble person, and was very lucky to have known her. I know how important she was in your life, and your relationship was quite special. May the comfort of God and your *Faith* help you through this difficult time, and may you find peace and love in the memories that you cherish. With deepest sympathy. Brenda… Newfoundland,

  8. Jamie. David and families.
    You have my deepest sympathies on the passing of your mom. Keeping you in my prayers, and trusting that God will bring you comfort in the days ahead. God-Bless

  9. Dear Sharon,
    It is hard to accept that you are not anymore with us. We all miss your quiet presence, your smile, and your company. You left us suddenly but you will always remain in our hearts for lessons you taught us, for beauty you showed us, and for your angelic soul.
    Love and light.
    Mirjana-your caregiver

  10. Sandra Anne (Sheck) Bogdanich

    Dear Ken, Jamie, David, Andrea, Alan and your spouses and 8 beautiful grandchildren. I grew up with
    Sharon – first meeting her at Kitsilano High School in Gr. #7. Her mom used to sew and Sharon came to school, looking so beautiful, with her lovely smile, her shiny dark brown hair, kind eyes and a wardrobe of a movie star. She reminded me of a model. And how I loved going to her house for dinner for her mom was such a GREAT COOK. Sharon was “simply stunning”. I actually introduced her to Bob at a birthday party when we were 15 or 16 yrs. old.

    Sharon had you 4 children early in life, where as I was the opposite, having mine late in my 30’s.
    We kept in touch by phone, in calls to your mom, Ken, and in calls to mutual friends. and my sister.
    I will never forget how 4 kids could get so much peanut butter and jam on one couch ! However, she
    never complained.. You all lived near me, in Coquitlam and she would have us over for dinner. She had
    her mom’s touch. What a meal! I remember when she arranged to have Ken, an old school friend and I
    have lunch, when I was working nearby at the Bank. However, what became of that lunch was Ken and your mom falling in love. Not soon after, Ken called me on Dec. 23rd, and asked if I would give my blessing to their being married. I WAS THRILLED. !! Two of the most descent, kindest friends joining
    in matrimony. I thanked God for that call, and the lunch that Sharon had arranged for the 3 of us that day. I always knew Sharon was safe as dear Ken was now her love of her life. She was so happy as we
    all were. What a lovely couple they were.

    Sharon is in God’s home now, with her parents and Mrs. Jean Sheck, she and my dearest mother-in-law. I hope you all know she is praying for all of you from above, as you were her life, her loves, her angles.

    Sharon, I remember (age 18 then) when I has an argument with my parents and you and Bob let me move in with you for a week until things cooled down. I told you that I was going to prepare a bubble bath for you, do your hair and make-up one day, as well as have dinner ready for 5pm. I was going to let you have a lovely day which you deserved. Bob came home and whilst he did fancy the dinner, he did not approve of you wearing makeup as said you didn’t need to (which was actually very true) and he asked you to wash it off as well as re-do you hair to the normal hair style that you wore. We had a good laugh. You also showed me how to change my first diaper that same day.
    Sharon, please know that we will always hold you close to our hearts and know that you are in God’s home now, pain free and watching over your dear husband, Ken and family like the angel you were on
    earth. God bless you . Love, Sandra Bogdanich.

  11. Hello Sharon. Just about three months now and still miss you. Love.

  12. Hello Sharon. Near four months now and of course, still lovingly miss you. You are absolutely beautiful with much of the nature of God and life evidenced in your quiet acceptance of what happened in your life over all the years. Love you. See you. Ken

  13. A summation of Lovely Sharon’s desire for those who loved her here.

    To those I love and those who loved me
    When I am gone, release me, let me go
    I have so many things to see and do
    You mustn’t tie yourself to me with tears
    Be happy that we had so many years

    I gave to you my love, you can only guess
    How much you gave to me in happiness
    I thank you for the love each of you has shown

    But now it’s time I traveled alone
    Si grieve awhile for me if grieve you must
    Then let your grief be comforted in trust
    It’s only for a while that we must part
    So bless the memories within your heart.
    I won’t be far away for life will go on:

    So if you need me, call and I will come,
    Though you can’t see me or touch me
    I’ll be near
    And if you listen with your heart, you’ll hear
    All of my love around you, soft and clear
    And then, when you must come this way alone,
    I’ll greet you with a smile and say,
    “Welcome Home”
    Love Ken– for Sharon to all in her life.

  14. To Sharon…

    I have known you, although we’ve not yet met…

    How can that be you ask…

    It’s by the loveliness of your sweet spirit…
    It’s by the gentleness of your soul…
    It’s by the kindness of your ways…
    It’s by the love that you are…

    Yes, Sharon, I know you and have seen you, for…

    The gentleness of your soul is upon our hearts…
    The savor of your sweetness is ours to taste…
    The kindness of your ways washes over us…

    We pray that we shall see you soon, and face to face it be…

    Love to all,

    Penny Dobson

  15. Sharon. Just letting you know I still miss you. 10 months now.

    May see you soon. Love

  16. Still missing you. Love you.

  17. Still think of you all the time and love you.
    Know you are here and thanks for the word about the white socks to Jamie.
    We will see you again, in love.

  18. Hi Sharon. Just reaffirming how much I love you and really do miss you, the loveliest and kindest person I have ever known in the world. You are beautiful. Love, Ken

  19. Love to you Sharon. I am glad to hear. Ken

  20. Love to you Sharon. I am glad to hear. Love ken

  21. Hi Honey. Thanks for the white socks and the haircut. How I miss you lovely.
    God bless.

  22. Colin Johnston

    My condolences.

    Alert Bay

  23. Thanks Colin.
    Still with me Sharon,

  24. Still the love of my life beautiful. Think of you always.

  25. Hi. Sharon. Still thinking of you every day. Peace my love. You “are” beautiful.

  26. I love you

  27. Love you

  28. Still loving you.

  29. Remembering out love and times. Thank you Sharon. Ken

  30. Sharon. Still think of you every day. The most beautiful, kind, generous, and honest person I ever knew. Love you Ke n

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