Obituary of Sharron Lee Hart
Sharron Hart (née Sullivan)
March 4, 1951 - April 14, 2021
With broken hearts we announce Sharron’s passing April 14th at St Joseph’s Hospice, surrounded by the love of her family and friends, after a short but very courageous battle with cancer, in her 70th year. Forever loved by her husband David, daughters Jennifer and Samantha, and son-in-law Mike Pace. Predeceased by parents Clarence and Mary Sullivan. Loving sister to Maureen (Alan), Terry (Mona), Sandy (John), Bryan (Georgina), and Jo-Anne (Rick), and sister-in-law to Ron and Rick Hart. Caring aunt to Kirsten (Mark), Ryan (Krista), Mike (Rachel), Jane (Chris), Danny, Julie (Mike), Keri, Kristy, Shawna (Yottam), and Emma.
Sharron was a beloved wife, mother, and friend who built lifelong friendships through her career at BMO and her travels with David. Her caring nature and “sparkle” made others feel at ease and quickly allowed everyone to feel the love she exuded. In her retirement, Sharron continued her love of all things creative, taking on a multitude of sewing projects, learning to quilt, and creating one of a kind cards. Her creations were admired by all those who saw them or were lucky enough to receive one. She was an integral part of her daughter Samantha’s teaching career, setting up a new classroom with her each year, as well as volunteering and becoming affectionately known as the “other Mrs. Hart”. She will forever live on in the hearts of those who have known her, as they continue to share the “sparkle” that Sharron emitted.
Thank you to all those who have supported us through this challenging journey - friends, family, and the multitude of medical professionals. Special thank you for the compassionate team at St Joseph’s Hospice who supported and guided us through this journey., Dr. Stephen Welch at the London Regional Cancer Centre, Dr. Nadim Walji at LHSC Victoria Campus Oncology unit, and Dr. Shiraz Malik at the LHSC Victoria Campus Palliative Care Unit.
Cremation has taken place and a celebration of life will be held at a later time when covid restrictions allow all of those who loved Sharron to attend. If desired, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society or St. Joseph’s Hospice would be appreciated.