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Sharon Denny

Sharon Bernice Denny (Paine)

Wednesday, February 5th, 1947 - Tuesday, January 14th, 2020
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DENNY, Sharon Bernice (nee Paine)
Passed away peacefully at Southlake Regional Health Centre on January 14, 2020 in her 73rd year. Loving wife of the late George “Max” Denny. Beloved mother of Leslie (Martin), Maureen (Kevin) and Kristen (Don). Proud grandmother of Josh and Ryan Quigley. Daughter of Marguerite Hoskin and the late Edward Paine. She will be dearly missed by her beloved dog, Tommy. Sharon spent 27 years working in the Diagnostic Imaging Department at Southlake Hospital from 1982 until 2009 when she retired. A plaque with her name was hung at Southlake Hospital in recognition of her outstanding work and dedication. A celebration of her life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Sharon’s name may be made to the Ontario Veterinary College, Pet Trust or the Southlake Foundation. On-line condolences may be made at www.roadhouseandrose.com
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Patricia Jungers

Posted at 10:06am
Sharon was my greatest friend . We managed much mischief together. She allowed me space to be me
I’m still attempting to wrap my mind around this event. It feels very lonely out here without her.
KM

kimberly mcbride

Posted at 03:54pm
Sharon was a woman of great intelligence and connection. She cared deeply for her family and connected to enjoying life, as it is, to the fullest in the last few years. I held and still hold a deep appreciation for her strength of character and ability to tell me how it was! She was an honest and endearing individual. Much love to her family during this time and always.
Kimmie McBride

Amy Spear

Posted at 06:33pm
We will always gratefully remember the lovely afternoons and evenings spent talking with Sharon on her beach. She was always so welcoming to our children who loved to play with first Harley and then Tommy. Sharon had such wonderful stories to share about her life of boating, cottaging, guiding, and lately traveling with her girls. She was humerous, fun, and an alround great neighbour. We will miss her terribly around Clear lake. Condolences to the family, Sincerely, Amy Spear and Wayne Gomes

Stella Owen

Posted at 11:31am
Sharon was a very brave woman, who will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Sincere sympathy. Stella and Sebastian Capogna.
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Brenda Fuller

Posted at 11:08am
Happy memories will be forever in our hearts
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