Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home

703 Main Street, Toms River, NJ


Sharon A. Geiger

28 February , 197014 May , 2019

Sharon A. Geiger, 49, of Toms River, NJ, went to be with the Lord on May 14th, 2019. She was born in Elizabeth, NJ, and was a longtime resident of Toms River. For more than 25 years, Sharon worked in the field of auditing. Her last position was at P & G Associates for ten years as a Senior Quality Control Review Analyst. Sharon loved spending time with her children and was very active with them and their school activities. She loved the beach and enjoyed activities in the community.

Sharon is survived by her beloved children, Shay, Bayley, and Vayda Geiger; her loving parents, Fred and Fran Geiger; her sister Lori Geiger, and her niece Devon Geiger. She is also survived by many devoted and caring friends, especially her close friends Robert Courtney and Frima Jordan; and her neighbors, coworkers, college friends and people in her children's schools community. Sharon had an effervescent personality and was fun to be with. She will be dearly missed.

Visitation will be Friday, May 17th, from 2-4 and 7-9 PM, at the Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home, 703 Main Street, Toms River, NJ 08753. The Funeral Service will be Saturday, May 18th, at 9:45 AM at the funeral home. Burial will be immediately following at St. Joseph Cemetery, Cedar Grove Road, Toms River.


  • Visitation Friday, 17 May , 2019
  • Visitation Friday, 17 May , 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, 18 May , 2019
  • Committal Service Saturday, 18 May , 2019


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Karen Jusino

17 May 2019

Our deepest condolences to The family at this difficult time. I know she will be watching over her kids from up above. She will be greatly missed. Rest In Peace.


17 May 2019

I worked alongside Sharon a little more than a year at P&G and during that time I found her to be passionate about her work, respectful of her coworkers, and so willing to help others with her vast knowledge of banking, QA, and auditing. But even more so than the energy she brought to the workplace was the love she had for her children, which was apparent in the way she spoke of them so often in conversation. She was a unique person and will be missed.

My deepest condolences to the family and closest of friends.

Terrance Phillips

17 May 2019

Sharon, or "Snapper" as she was known to her former Summit Bank Audit family which is where I met her. I met Sharon early in her career and mine as well. She was one of the first auditors that I met that had a real personality. I say that having been an auditor myself and probably having many think the same thing about me (no personality). She was indeed a great friend to many and as true a professional to her craft as anyone I've met in the industry over a 30 year period. She was serious about her work and took pride in all that she was responsible. Many of her friends may remember her singing the National Anthem at the Trenton Thunder game a "few" years back (sarcasm). I never knew that someone that petite could have such a strong voice. She killed it! Anyway, I still can't believe that she's gone. Sadly we sort of lost contact over the past five years; however I know that she was a dedicated mom and will always respect that. I know that God will take care of her 3 beautiful children and she will continue to watch over them.... now as an Angel from the heavens above. Rest in peace my friend.

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Kimberly Arndt

16 May 2019

Wishing I was able to join the celebration of this amazing Women’s life. Everyone who knew Sharon loved her, hard not to. Beautiful person inside & out, great sense of humor, voice of an angel, heart of gold. Her lose is a huge shock to us all, but the memories we have, will last a lifetime to keep her with us. Love & miss you Sharon. Rest in Paradise in God’s loving embrace.

Joseph Castelli

16 May 2019

We hung out in the same group for years when we were 19. We were her summer friends and laughed and discovered new music together. I would play guitar as she sang with her beautiful voice. 27+ years later and I still remember her so clearly.

Adrienne Troiano

16 May 2019


From the moment I met you , I could see that you had a special shine/ lite around you .
Watching you as you raised your babies was beautiful to see .. you were fun, fierce , and loving .. they were so lucky to be blessed with you .. I know you’ll be watching them from heaven above ... I will miss you always ..
Much Love ...

Bethany Landero

16 May 2019

My heart is so saddened to have lost you way to soon. Our friendship was just beginning through our daughters. I’m so glad I got to know you and those amazing kids. I will always be there for them and take them whenever they need me. Jazmin loves you as a mother and has been telling me so many amazing things you have done for her. You have had a huge impact on Jazmins life. I love the friendship our daughters have and Jazmin will continue to be there for Bayley and vayda through this loss. Rest In Peace and watch over the girls and Shay ❤️🙏😇

Linda Kuzminczuk

16 May 2019

Sharon and I worked together for years when we were both at Crown Bank. I found her to be a very intelligent, dedicated and caring individual. And she always made time to stay active in her children’s lives. Her pride in each of their accomplishments shone through in all her Facebook posts. I extend my deepest sympathy to Sharon’s family and friends for their loss at this time. She will be missed, but her memory will live on.

Daniel Mercer

16 May 2019

When I joined the P&G family of companies, I was assigned a desk in a corral of cubicles next to Sharon's. She helped show me the way of things with kindness and unfailing good humor. To the young auditors sitting around us, with their teasing and rambunctious ways, she was like a den mother, never stifling their fun but keeping things in good order. That was some six years ago. Over that time, I also came to appreciate her as a professional and a good colleague, someone who could be depended upon. Even so, I understood her priorities in life, for they extended well beyond the companies and their affairs. These were merely a means to an end. Always she kept her children before her, and all that she did was for them. It was a mother’s love, such as a man can only imagine, but not without gratitude, that such a love should be. That she was taken from her children so soon is heartbreaking, yet I cannot help but think that she left them a gift—something in the way she nurtured them, something in her devotion for them—that will be theirs all the rest of their lives, while there is time, and all the more when time is no more.

Kayla Skiba

16 May 2019

Sharon taught me so much during the four years I was privileged to work with her. I will sincerely miss her passion for exploring new ideas and the optimism she brought everywhere she went. She never failed to cheer me up when I was having a bad day and I will miss our long talks about life, love, and everything in between. You are so missed, my friend. Rest in Peace.