ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Sharon L. Prater, 70 years old, born on November 23, 1941, and passed away on January 19, 2012. We will remember her forever.
January 31, 2012
January 31, 2012
I knew Sharon way back in the 50,s when she lived in Edmonds. She had a Pinto horse we would ride. She was the All AMerican Girl in the 50's to me. A Horse, pig tails, and could keep up with the boys on her bike! I am sorry to hear of her passing, and would like to offer her family my deepest sympathy. Joe McIntosh
January 28, 2012
January 28, 2012
i will never forget the morning i opened a letter from Momma Sharon.she was to send me a plane ticket to seattle to suprise momma for her 50th birthday party at Salty's on the waterfrony overlooking seattle. 17 years i had not seen my mom...my gratitude is forver. we had the best halloween i will remember. momma sharon, i love you and will see you in the next "lifetime". love you, toni-dee
January 24, 2012
January 24, 2012
You are out of pain now and am so glad I had the opportunity to have known you. How proud you were of all your accomplishments. You will be missed by your daughter Raine and Kay, Gina, of course but they are strong and will remember the good times. I pray you are in a wonderful blissful place. Lov Bonnie Pleasants
January 23, 2012
January 23, 2012
Determined. If I had but one word to describe My Momma Sharon, it would be determined. There wasn't anything she could not do. Highly intellegent, beautiful and excentric. I learned alot from her. The time we shared, though short, was truely a gift. I love you Mom and miss you painfully. I hope you get to met my Oh D where your at. Love him for me till I get there. My baby squirel.

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January 31, 2012
January 31, 2012
I knew Sharon way back in the 50,s when she lived in Edmonds. She had a Pinto horse we would ride. She was the All AMerican Girl in the 50's to me. A Horse, pig tails, and could keep up with the boys on her bike! I am sorry to hear of her passing, and would like to offer her family my deepest sympathy. Joe McIntosh
January 28, 2012
January 28, 2012
i will never forget the morning i opened a letter from Momma Sharon.she was to send me a plane ticket to seattle to suprise momma for her 50th birthday party at Salty's on the waterfrony overlooking seattle. 17 years i had not seen my mom...my gratitude is forver. we had the best halloween i will remember. momma sharon, i love you and will see you in the next "lifetime". love you, toni-dee
January 24, 2012
January 24, 2012
You are out of pain now and am so glad I had the opportunity to have known you. How proud you were of all your accomplishments. You will be missed by your daughter Raine and Kay, Gina, of course but they are strong and will remember the good times. I pray you are in a wonderful blissful place. Lov Bonnie Pleasants
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