Sharon Rose Kaspick

22 December, 193312 April, 2021

On April 12, Sharon, beloved wife of Vern of 64 years, passed away peacefully at home. She was the loving Mom of children Randy (Cathy), Jerry, Janice, and Bert. Sharon will be fondly remembered by her six grandchildren, Corey, Cameron, Spencer (Kendal), Katie, Jenny {Mike), Jessica, and by her many nieces and nephews. She will also be very missed by all those who called her “Mumsie” or “Mrs Kas”. She is predeceased by her only sibling Judy Merrett.

Sharon always loved having a good time and sharing laughs, whether it was camping, on the golf course, luncheons with the ladies, sitting on the sun deck or in the driveway for happy hour, and on and off the ice at curling bonspiels. Many of Sharon’s happiest moments were at the Lakeside Six where she enjoyed drinks on the patio, “reading a magazine” on the beach, going on booze cruises, soc hops in the rec room, and shuffleboard tournaments as one half of the Dolly Sisters with her sister, Judy.

Sharon was kind, generous, and friendly. She’d strike up a conversation with anybody anywhere. She was the “hostess with the mostess” and a treasure in so many of our lives.

A special thanks to all the wonderful Home Care nurses and health workers from Home Support for their excellent care and kindness.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers (but Mom really liked flowers), feel free to make a donation to a charity of your choice.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Jim and Barb Nugent

30 April 2021

Sending prayers to you Vern and the whole family.

Eileen Defoe

22 April 2021

Many people will be very sad to learn of Sharon's passing. She was such a joyful person, always smiling and happy to be amongst friends. I have some fond memories of the fun we had at Lakeside Six, the curling rink or at March Meadows. She silently dealt with constant pain for many years which prevented her participation in the goofy games we played but she was right there to raise a glass and toast the winner. In fact, she'd raise a glass throughout the game and didn't care who won, although, she was always hoping for Judy to come out on top! I will miss her but grateful to have been part of her life story.