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Born: May 02, 1950

Date of Passing: Mar 17, 2021

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It is with a broken heart that I announce the passing of the love of my life, my dear wife, Sharon, on March 17, 2021.
Sharon was born on May 2, 1950 in Minnedosa. She moved to Winnipeg to attend college. Sharon worked in the photo industry, where we met, fell in love and got married on June 23, 1984.
She loved to travel and enjoyed trips to Spain, Italy, Venezuela, and Mexico. Puerto Vallarta was our special place.
Sharon overcame many hardships. She lost her mother, Emma, at 22 and father, Norman, at 33. She survived a brain aneurysm on September, 2000. Sharon was the last survivor of her family, losing her sisters, Donna and Darlene, and her beloved brother, Weldon. Her passing is not related to Covid-19.
Sharon leaves to mourn many nieces, nephews, their spouses, children and so many friends that she made throughout her life.
We will remember her infectious laugh and wonderful sense of humour. She brightened the lives of those she knew and loved. We are all fortunate to have had her in our lives.
Thank you to the staff at St. Boniface Hospital for your compassionate care.
There will be a celebration of her life when there are fewer restrictions.

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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Mar 27, 2021

Condolences & Memories (7 entries)

  • Sorry to hear of Sharon passing. We all worked together at Winnipeg photo many moons ago and had lots of fun. Many lunches at the Lincoln Hotel. Sorry for your loss. Hugs sent. Hugs in heaven. Kathy (nee Willman) - Posted by: Kathy shabanian azad (friend) on: Apr 27, 2021

  • Kaz. We were very sorry to hear about Sharon’s passing. We send our deepest sympathy to you. - Posted by: Brian & Lorri Pedersen (Friend) on: Apr 05, 2021

  • Dear Katz: We were so sorry to hear about Sharon. Of all the people in our lives Sharon and you were our truest friends. Sharon always welcomed us into her home with an open heart. There is no possible way we could forget either of you. Your kindness will always stay in our hearts. Sending you our prayers. Sharon we will miss you. Gary and Sherri Collins - Posted by: Sherri and Gary Collins (Friends) on: Apr 03, 2021

  • Hello Kaz I don't think we ever met. I am Sharon's cousin on her mother's side of the family. It's sad that to hear Sharon has left us. I am much younger then her. Now all the Holmstrom family is gone.. Text or call me Kaz, feel free to do so. I will miss her. Susan Rule - Posted by: Susan Rule. ( Attwood) (Cousin) on: Mar 31, 2021

  • Hi Kaz I’m very sorry to hear about Sharon’s passing. You two were always lots of fun! I have lots of fond memories working & socializing with you guys! I hope you're doing ok. - Posted by: Randy Hildebrand (Friend) on: Mar 29, 2021

  • Kaz, we are so sorry to hear of Sharon’s passing. I will never forget her infectious laugh. She was an amazing person. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. - Posted by: Cathy Wiwchar (Granger) (Friend from Jostens) on: Mar 27, 2021

  • Kaz, I am so sorry to hear of Sharon's passing. She was such a wonderful person, and I really enjoyed our chats at the front desk at Dr. Helper's office. My deepest condolences, sending love and hugs Laura Medven - Posted by: Laura Medven (dental office patient) on: Mar 27, 2021

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