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In Memory of
Sharon S Thalacker
1940 - 2017
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Condolence From: Vicki Spallees Fischer and John and Family
Condolence: Red, Stacey, Scott, Craig, Rick and families - You have our deepest condolences on the loss of Sharon: mom, aunt, grandma, and foster mom. Her loss will forever be felt by us all. So many memories! Great memories of her laughter, all the times she lived with us, when Judy and I stayed with you in Colorado until we found our own place, the times you took us up to see Trail Ridge in your motor home, Sharon's days as a rep for Welcome Wagon,a realtor, and so on. Mostly, I will remember her babysitting for us and living with us, as we shared in her high school days, and watched her scream while watching Sal Minneo sing on TV. She not only was our only Aunt but she was our favorite "sister" who seemed to make each of us feel as though we were her favorite! Our thoughts and prayers will continue to be with all of you through the rest of life's journeys. We are trying to get it arranged to come to the memorial service, but time alone will tell if that will be possible. We will keep in touch with you. She is walking streets of gold now, and being revived in the lake of refreshing. I am absolutely positive that she was saved. If I were at her funeral, I would sing this, as I feel this would be her final response to all of you- - - - "If you could see me now!"
Condolence: Uncle Red, Scott, Craig, Rick and Stacey~
I have so many memories with all of you. Some I've just simply been told and others I remember like they were yesterday. I know I loved Aunt Sharon more than she'll ever know. I know I looked up to Stacey when I was little like a big sister and all the boys like brothers- not second cousins. I remember "uncle Rick" taking us up the mountain to go climbing, and who can't forget Scotts bird that sat on the edge of the tub and liked to be bathed just like a child. I remember living in the house when my mom took me and moved out to Colorado when I was just 2 years old. I remember getting my first pair of pink cowgirl boots from Good 'ol Sheplers. And a silly red cowgirl hat I now look back at that was ridiculous! Lol-
Aunt Sharon was way more than just a great aunt to me and she always will be. I loved her then so very much and it's we'll see you soon~ not good-bye.
Love you all and sending our prayers~
Angie, David and Calysta Bigler
Condolence: Dear Red, Scott, Rick, Craig, Stacey and all Sharon's loved ones...my family sends our deepest condolences over your loss.
A huge portion of my life has been spent with all of you--so many laughs, hugs, tears and joy. I 'grew up' with you...raised my children with you, discovered the Colorado Rockies with you, experienced living with foster children, putting my shoes on with Winnie's slobber, the dog tracks, Sheplers, Casa Bonita....who knew you could laugh so hard that tears would run down your legs---Sharon did.
Some of my fondest memories were with Sharon and all of you---THANK YOU for those memories, love and laughter. Sharon has earned her crown---and when God took her home, she left ALLLLLLLL that hardware in her body behind---she is now WHOLE!
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