- 50 years old
- Date of birth: Jul 31, 1963
- Date of passing: Jun 13, 2014
|Love and memories last forever...|
Sharon Lynn O'Connell (Thomas-Page-Lucas) of Oaklyn, NJ passed away very peacefully, after a short battle with cancer, on Friday, June 13, 2014 with her son at her side. Sharon was 50 years of age.
Sharon was an amazing mother and gramma. She dedicated her life to provide, protect, and care for her son and granddaughter. Sharon enjoyed the beach, reading, dancing, and was always ready for a good party.
Sharon is survived by her son Leonard C. Lucas III and his fiancée Nikki, granddaughter Abigail D. Lucas, and her dear friend Anthony DiMattia. She also is survived by her brothers Carter Page, Kevin Page, and Thomas Page; and her sister Kimberly Page-Nicklow. She was preceded in death by her mother Mary Ann Thomas-Page.
As per her wishes, Sharon's remains will be cremated and scattered at the beach, on a nice warm day. A private celebration of her life will be held for family and close friends.
In lieu of flowers, the family would like donations made to the Ronald McDonald House of Delaware. https://www.rmhde.org/
"Tony, our thoughts and prayers are with you.
East River Bank"
"Sharon,only words like kind-hearted,quick witted and fun to be around begin to describe you.sadly you will be greatly missed but always remembered in our hearts.Don and I will always remember the fun time at Myrtle Beach and your advice to never run straight but to zig-zag .we will miss you don & barb."
"I worked with Sharon at the bank for almost 14 years, and came to love her and regard her as one of my best friends, and she was like family. I will always remember the times we spent together. I will always miss her and love her. Please my friend, rest in peace, and remember that you made lasting friendships, that will always be there."
"I had the honor of working with Sharon for a few years with AerDux, she will be missed dearly, she really brightened up my work day and had a way of making all of us smile. Goodbye Sharon."
"Sharon, you will always be remembered for your kind personality, a warm heart, a gentle soul, and a big infectious smile. We are grateful to have known you. Keeping you and your family in our prayers. Fondly, Bob and Danelle"
"I will miss Sharon, she and i first met when she moved to Chesterfield and came to the Chesterfield Elementary School we were in the fourth grade, we be came very good friends but after a while we became more like sisters. At one point we ended up in the same family , her son is my nephew. Sorry we lost touch over the years i will always remember her for here great friendship and introducing me to my hubby."
"Words cannot express how sorry I am for your loss. Len, Nikki & Tony, you have my deepest condolences and I will hold you in my thoughts and prayers. Such a nice lady! Glad I got to work with her if only for a short period."
"I had the privilege of working with Sharon (or Sherri as we called her) at Sharon Sheet Metal for many years. Her smile illuminated a room and she was a gentle and kind woman. You instantly knew how proud she was and how much she loved her son Lenny each time she spoke about him. I will forever remember you. Jennifer Hatz-Petro"
"Len et al. I remember going to the comic book convention in your mom's red beretta. She was always so cool. I was privileged to have gotten to know her."
"Sharon we will miss you you were one of the sweetest ladys we have meet in a long time I know you are looking down on family and friends and giving us that great smile. You are at peace love you always Brenda and bill"