Kimberly Anderson lit a candle
Friday, May 8, 2020
She will be missed ♥️ My condolences...
Missfran65@verizon.net uploaded photo(s)
Thursday, May 7, 2020
Sharons love for GOD, coffee and apple pie is what I’ll remember most, can’t forget the garlic! She loved sitting on the front porch with her coffee, listening to the morning birds sing, while her cats sat near. She and her sister Arlene would often have Bible discussion which I would love listening in on. Friends would often compare the two to Mary and Martha in the Bible. It is for her strong faith I feel we can all Rest In Peace. I love you Aunt Sharon, mom is surely going to miss you too. Love, Francine
Jim Nolan posted a condolence
Wednesday, May 6, 2020
Vinny and family, so sorry for your loss.
The family of Sharon E. Herzog uploaded a photo
Tuesday, May 5, 2020
Gan Arnold lit a candle
Sunday, May 3, 2020
I heard about Sharon before I met her. I couldn’t wait to meet her. And when I did meet her I couldn’t wait to get to know her better. As I got to know her better I couldn’t wait to go places with her and as we went to Israel together we made so many memories I can’t be put on paper. And we’ve been together almost inseparable for 20 or more years and I miss her forever and more years. I still feel a connection and as many of you probably feel, we will see her in glory one day. Sharon was my cousin, my best friend my confidant and my prayer partner above all. She touched my life to change it in a way that will never go backwards and always move forward. Forward motion always in my faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Praise Jesus for the work on His cross to make a way for all mankind.