SHARP, Margaret Maud

SHARP, Margaret Maud

of Unanderra
Passed away peacefully on Monday, 11th July 2022. Beloved wife of the late Ronald. Dearly loved mother and mother-in-law of Graham & Caroline, David & Elly, Victor & Kim, Peter & Glenda. Cherished Nanna to her 11 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Dear daughter of Ethel and Morgan Shaw. Much loved twin sister of Hazel, and sister of Bill (Dec) and Vic (Dec). Margaret will be sadly missed by her loving family and many dear friends.
Aged 93 Years
In Gods Care
A Faithful Servant
Relatives and friends are invited to attend Margaret’s funeral service to be held at H. Parsons Funeral Home, 4 Princes Hwy Dapto on Friday, 29th July 2022 at 2pm. For those who are unable to attend, Margaret’s family invite you to view her service online via a link found below.
Masks are encouraged to be worn.

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  1. Our love and condolances to all the Sharp family as you ferwell your dear Mum. Blessings also, as you celebrate her life of commitment to Jesus.

  2. So sorry to hear the sad news of Margaret’s passing. Deepest sympathies to the whole family. Much love, Nerida

  3. Recognised Margaret’s face, older with her years, but forever bright and happy. Remembering Margaret and Ron from Balgownie and Wesley. Special thoughts, happy memories.

  4. So sorry to hear of this loss. Praying for you all in this hard time, and celebrating the reunion of Margaret with her Lord and saviour x

  5. A delightful and precious aunty who enjoyed people and having her family together around the (picnic) table. Always safe in the hands of God.

  6. So sorry for your loss RIP Margaret

  7. Praying for all the Sharp family, for peace as you farewell your dear Mum and as you celebrate her life of commitment to Jesus. May your memories of good times past, be what your hearts keep.

  8. Mrs Sharp (and with such a great nickname, too) was a wonderful person, who bravely brought up four very energetic boys and won the enduring respect of all of their friends (including me). I have many happy memories of her from those formative years (ginger beer, soccer balls hitting the manse, late canasta nights, dying t-shirts, and her wisdom). Requiescat in pace – eirene – shalom.

  9. Thinking of The Sharp Family xx The Cole Family in Bourke

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