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Ida Marie (Thompson) Sharer
January 22, 2018
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Ida Marie Sharer, 74, of Great Bend, PA passed away January 22, 2018. She was predeceased by her parents Leo and Juanita Thompson and two brothers James and William Thompson. She is survived by her children Tina Parsons and Russell Sharer, both of Great Bend and Janice Sharer of Daytona Beach, FL, her grandchildren, Melissa, Christopher whom she raised as her own son, Nicholas, Anastasia and James, great-grandchildren, Dustin, Makala, Marissa, Destiny and Donovan, sisters Louise Lulay, Lee Mullins and Virginia Crissell, a special sister-in-law Sue Bentley, special brother-in-law Dale Sharer, several nieces, nephews, cousins, in-laws and friends. Ida had a big and loving heart. She was devoted to her family and deeply loved every single one of them. Family was the center of her life. She particularly enjoyed family gatherings and collecting and sharing photographs of her family. She has special place in her heart for her late mother-in-law Myrtle Augurson. She also enjoyed ceramics and was a fan of all things Elvis Presley.
The family is in the process of planning a service. The time and location will be announced as soon as plans are complete. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to aid the family with funeral expenses.
WE LOST A MOTHER and NANA WITH A HEART OF GOLD
We lost a mother and Nana with a heart of gold:
How much we miss her can never be told.
She shared our troubles and helped us along;
If we follow in her footsteps
We will never go wrong.
She was a mother and nana so very rare,
Content in her home and always there.
On earth, she toiled; in Heaven, she rests:
God bless you Mother and Nana,
You were one of the best.
Hopler & Eschbach Funeral Home "Your new family tradition"