Sharon was survived by her dear husband Sigmund D Bobczynski (Dan) and preceded in death by her son’s Matthew and Bradley, her grandson Matthew Masson, a son she did not name and her brother Christopher.
She lived for almost 80 years, had two beautiful children, Laura Ann Masson and Joseph Edward Boxell; grandchildren, Lindsey Rae Soultz, (Laura’s daughter), Laura’s other children, Taylor, Alyssa and Matthew Masson; great grandchildren, Lindsey’s daughters Kailie and Sara, Joseph’s son, Joey Boxell, Matthew’s children, Lexy and Mariah and Alyssa’s children, Abryella and Aja’Rae. And her brother, Michael Queenan. All other relatives preceded her in death.
Nothing on earth mattered more than those wonderful people who came into her life and stayed, that she loved, including Dolores Garner, her dearest friend, and Annie Kaye, Bobbi Buss, Sandy Sanchez, Jerry Adcock and Yvonne Rubright (“the smartest person I ever met”). Sharon said, “I did not always care for or believe in most of the people who came in and out of my life, but that each one who left my life gave me something to take with me, to learn, good or bad and to reach for or avoid in the next person I met.
I believed in God, not church.
I loved being a nurse, but did not always love nursing.
I lived longer than I thought possible.
I was happier as an adult than I could have ever have anticipated I would be as a child.
In the end I grew old gracefully, without wearing hideous makeup, or dying my hair bright red, and, remarkably, with some of my own teeth.”