Obituary for Sharon R. Major

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Sharon R. Major

November 30, 1942 - February 1, 2021


Sharon Renee Major (78) – Avon, Indiana

Was born in Portsmouth, Ohio on November 30th, 1942 and passed on to be with her Creator on February 1st, 2021.  She is preceded in death by her parents, Ralph and Frances Major; brothers, Edward Major and David Major; nephew, Chad Major.  She is survived by her beloved sister, Patricia Warnock (Larry); brother, Keith Major; sister-in-law, Teresa Major; children, Todd Jarvis (Kim), Lora Behlmer (Joel), and Matthew Jarvis; grandchildren, Braxton Jarvis, Bergen Jarvis, Drew Jarvis, Taylor Behlmer, Alex Behlmer, and Layla Jarvis.

 

Sharon retired from Shawnee State University and devoted her time to her family, faith, and service.  She was a member of the Brownsburg Church of Christ.  She loved and was loved by so many and will be remembered and forever in our hearts.

 

She will be laid to rest in a private family service on Saturday, February 20th, 2021.

 

Contributions can be made in her name and memory to:  Assisting Hands Foundation, Inc. P.O. Box 10084 Bowling Green, KY 42102 (Bob Buchanon; missionary) or the American Cancer Society

*A special thanks from the family to her extended family, lifelong friends, beloved church family, and Premiere Hospice for your immeasurable love, support, and care. 

Denise Benson posted on February 14, 2021

Sharon, was always so incredibly special to me. Her smile, her hugs, her laughter- even as a kid I always felt at home around her. She was always kind and made time for me. I will miss her but I’m so thankful to have known her. ❤️


Suzanne (Benson) Doublestein posted on February 9, 2021

Sharon always made me feel so special! Even as a child, she would take the time to talk to me and made me feel like it mattered that I was there. She always had such a loving heart! She will be remembered fondly always!


Ivan Benson posted on February 6, 2021

Warmth, strength, and genuineness enveloped you when Sharon was with you. Her smile would disarm you, draw you in, and put you at ease; her deep voice reassuring. She will not be forgotten; rather, cherished in memory by family anf friends alike. Reunion one day. I look forward to that.


Monica Benson posted on February 6, 2021

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Monica Benson posted on February 6, 2021

I loved precious cousin Sharon! She was a joy to spend time with! She was always so lovable, so caring and so kind. She was a blast to talk to about family or anything you wanted to tell. She was always pleasant and a delight to laugh with! She was an amazing Christian! She faced death so bravely. She is my hero! I’ll miss you, dearest cousin! But you are celebrating in heaven with our God-free from pain and no more tears!


Patricia Major Warnock posted on February 5, 2021

My life long best friend and special sister. She will be forever in my thoughts and heart. Our bond was beyond explanation. Oh, how I loved her. The scriptures say absent in body is to be present with GOD. Soar babe - fly high❤️❤️❤️


Debby blankenhorn posted on February 5, 2021

She was a grand lady always with a smile. She will be greatly missed. May she Rest In Peace and no further pain.


Carla Isaacs posted on February 5, 2021

Thinking of your family during this difficult time!


Jon Warnock posted on February 5, 2021

Aunt Sharon's smile would light up a room...and then she would laugh. And right then and there everyone in that room knew they were in the presence of someone who truly loved life. Like anyone, I know she had her ups and downs but you would never know she had any downs if you were blessed enough to know her. I suspect her faith allowed her to be that way. She loved her family and would do anything for any of them. Rest in peace Aunt Sharon.


 


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