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“Mom I miss you so much more than I could ever express.The emptiness I feel is more than I could ever express I feel like there is a piece of me...Read More »
1 of 6 | Posted by: ashley sullivan - spokane, WA

“So sorry for you loss I never got to meet her but my husband Clai Reed knew her well ”
2 of 6 | Posted by: Shelly Reed - WA - Family Friend

“I will miss you. ”
3 of 6 | Posted by: Debra Sloot - Oklahoma City, OK

“My amazing Auntie the times I spent with you were some of the best times of my life! And I will forever hold them close to my heart. We had a...Read More »
4 of 6 | Posted by: Leah Mulivrana - Marysville, WA

“My sweet auntie!! I'm so happy I got to spend time with you and make you feel pretty with your pedicure. I love you and my uncle Bill so much. Please...Read More »
5 of 6 | Posted by: Jessica Salazar - Lynnwood, WA

“Sharon was and always will be the best friend I ever had I will never forget all the good times that we had ”
6 of 6 | Posted by: Michelle Sanders - Spokane, WA

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Sharon R. Sullivan Born on 5-7-1970 and left us on 5-12-2019 Sharon was A Spokane resident from Spokane Wa, Sharon Renee Sullivan was A loving and faithful wife, amazing mother and A great friend she leaves, behind her beloved husband Bill Grove and many other beloved family members her wonderful mother Linda Sullivan her two daughters, Ashley Sullivan & Kristina Torrence. Sharon also left behind two amazing grand children that she loved to the moon and back, Alyssa Sullivan & Kai Torrence. There are going to be so many things that Sharon's family and friends are going to miss about her. Sharon loved to go fishing with her husband Bill, and everyone she possibly could. Sharon was one hell of A cook in the kitchen she was famous for her seafood enchiladas and don't forget the stuffed mushrooms. Sharon also enjoyed some quiet time in A sunny garden. Sharon spent her time here selflessly she was always helping others never put herself first.