HENDRY, Sharon Lynn

It is with great sadness and much love that we say goodbye to our beloved wife, mother, sister, and aunt, Sharon Hendry, who passed away June 6, 2020, at the age of 66.

Sharon was predeceased by her parents Eileen and Mac, and her twin sister Sandra.  She is survived by her husband Jack, son Ryan, daughter Katherine, brother Glen, and several nieces and nephews.

Sharon grew up in Cupar but spent most of her life in Edmonton, where she practiced as a dental hygienist.  Sharon enjoyed many pursuits such as crafting, golfing, and thrifting; but her greatest accomplishment was raising her children.

Donations in Sharon’s memory can be made to either the Brain Tumor Foundation of Canada or Caregivers Alberta.

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Bill & Shelly Gibson

Thinking of you Jack, Ryan and Katherine as you say goodbye to a wonderful wife and mother. As cousins, growing up in Cupar, we spent childhood Christmases together many times. Shelly and I will always remember Sharon’s bubbly personality and love of fun.

Bill and Arlene Slimmon and family

We are saddened to hear of the loss of Sharon. She was a beautiful, loving woman, so full of life in spite of the challenges her health gave her. Our thoughts and love to Jack, Ryan and Katherine as you say goodbye to one who loved you all so much.

Terry Taylor

Have now lost both of my VV Boutique pals. Will miss you Sharon. You were such a light in my life.

Beverly Saal

Jack, Ryan and Katherine, I have so many wonderful memories of Sharon, starting in 1973 in Regina through our time in Dental Nursing at WIAAS. We had so many adventures through the years, dental conventions and reunuions, shopping, thrift store ,flea market and garage sale finds, buying fabric for crafts, making pickles, visits to the cottage and staying overnight at your house and just having coffee. Our friendship will always be in my heart.

Cathy Claughton (Sis)

My prayers and thoughts are with you Jack Katherine and Ryan on the loss of your beautiful wife and mother. I know she is she is safe and happy where she is. As a mother I know how much she loved you and appreciated the many sacrifices you made for her out of love. The last years have not been easy. You all pulled together and did such an amazing job for your mom and she you. I can only imagine how proud she was of you. Take care on this difficult day and know you are and will continue to be supported.

Duncan and Laurie Wilkie

Our hearts are heavy with this news. Sharon was such a fine lady. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Jack, Ryan and Katherine.

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