Demaine Funeral Home

520 S. Washington St., Alexandria, VA


Katherine Wolfe SHARMAN

March 28, 1969September 13, 2020

Katherine Wolfe SHARMAN was born on March 28, 1969 and passed away on September 13, 2020 and is under the care of Demaine Funeral Home.

A Memorial Service will be held on September 19, 2020 at 4:30 pm at Belle Haven Country Club, 6023 Fort Hunt Road, Alexandria, VA.

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  • A Memorial Service

    Saturday, September 19, 2020


Katherine Wolfe SHARMAN

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Kathie Truitt

September 20, 2020

I’m just so heartbroken over this. I know Kate from DAR and then she hosted me for a book club when my second novel came out. I felt a comradarie with her as we were from the Midwest living in the DC area. So many beautiful memories that I’ll cherish forever.

Nancy Hill

September 20, 2020

Kate was a lovely woman that I met through DAR. We were officers together in the John Alexandar DAR Chapter ten years ago.
The world has lost a shining star with her passing. My sincere sympathy to her family.

Nancy Hill

Virginia DAR District V Vice Director

Susan J Coleman

September 20, 2020

I remember this beautiful lady well at DAR meetings. She seemed always to be smiling and helping. She will be missed in so many ways.
Gods bless her and her family,

Patricia Zissios

September 20, 2020

Kate Sharman delighted in walking her daughter, Serena, accompanied by her exuberant dog, Gizmo, daily to Lyles-Crouch Traditional Academy. Always smiling and vivacious (before 8 a.m., I may add), she ensured that Serena started each school day knowing how much she was loved, cherished, and supported. May that unconditional love continue to envelope her family in this time of great loss and beyond.

With deepest sympathy,
Patricia Zissios, Ph.D.

Linda Greenberg

September 19, 2020

I remember Kate well. She was pretty and vivacious, a bundle of enthusiasm and helpfulness. Kate was always ready to share a hand and helped with many DAR activities. I remember her willingness to do what she could to make parties successful. And the parties were successful.
Kate seemed to have an ideal life and enjoyed living in Old Town. I greatly regret her passing.
Linda Greenberg

Laurie Sisson

September 19, 2020

Kate was such a lovely lady and I was delighted to have met her in our DAR chapter. She will certainly be missed.

Eve Marie Stocker

September 19, 2020

I was lucky to have befriended Kate through our DAR chapter where she cheerfully agreed to serve as officers together. Her beautiful smiling face should appear in the translation of Joie de vivre. She was always willing to help - her generosity of spirit, sense of fun, and style- made every event a grand, memorable one - from hostessing book club, to the annual chapter anniversary Luncheon at Gadsby’s Tavern, and every event she lent her touch. Every conversation we had always included her speaking in glowing and loving terms of her family, especially her husband and daughters. The earthly world has lost a bright light. She’ll live forever in my heart. I’m so grateful to have known her. With prayers, Eve Marie Stocker.

Kay Torpey

September 19, 2020

I remember back around 2009 when Kate joined our DAR chapter. It was my privilege to help her prepare her DAR application. She was an asset to our chapter and will be missed. May she RIP.

Heather Corey

September 19, 2020

Running into Kate always lifted my spirits. She has been a bright light in the neighborhood for so many of us. I count myself fortunate to have had her as my neighbor and friend.

Christina Mumm

September 19, 2020

Kate was a member of the John Alexander Chapter, NSDAR for 10 years. She was bright and fun to be around. We will miss her. Prayers and hugs to her family - Christina Mumm, Regent, John Alexander Chapter, NSDAR


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