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Sharon Faye Lodico

May 15, 1949March 10, 2020

Sharon Lodico, 70, of Supply passed away on March 10, 2020.

Sharon was born to Benjamin Lodico and Irene Kaminska Lodico in Boston, NY on May 15, 1949. Sharon completed her nursing degree at St. Francis Hospital School of Nursing and worked as a nurse in varying capacities until her retirement in 2010. Sharon is preceded in death by her parents; brother, William Lodico; and the love of her life, Chester Cartwright.

Sharon is survived by her sons, JJ Dell of Fayetteville, NC and Jason Dell of the home; brother Paul Lodico of Albany, NY; nieces, Tamra Lodico and Marla Lodico-Wood (Jeff); nephews, Scott Lodico (Lisa), Todd Lodico (Jan), Christopher Lodico, and Mark Lodico (Sarah).

No services or visitation will be held though condolences may be sent to the home. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her name to Brunswick County Animal Services.

You may offer online condolences at www.whitefuneralservicesupply.com

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Billie (Cami) Martin-Johnson

March 29, 2020

I remember her and Chet inviting my mom and I to Thanksgiving Dinner one year. She laughed at Jason for saying he was “breaking a sweat” by eating too much. I ended up getting really sick that night with a cold/fever and she made me lay down and gave me medicine. She was so sweet and attentive and made Jason clean up the kitchen while I was resting. Sharon also had an amazing since of humor and teased Chet and my mom for putting their noodles on top of their mashed potatoes (Hoosier Style). She will be missed and I’m so glad she is with Chet again!

Scott Lodico

March 29, 2020

Well all I can say is “Damn it Chet” I’m sure it’s all his fault!! Well not really but she was not happy after he passed and now they will be together for ever!!!! I wish we had been closer to drop in and say hi once in a while but I always enjoyed her SPUNKY attitude and wit! It’s hard to lose a parent, friend, loved one, AUNT without shedding a tear but the lifetime of memories that we own will live forever!!!! I love and miss her along with many others but I will never forget her! RIP Aunt Sharon

Susan DeKarske

March 29, 2020

I never met Sharon, but I feel like I know her through her son Jason. Jason would do extra things that he knew she would love which brought much joy to her. She loved her family to the end of the world and back. One could see the twinkle in her eyes when she would comment on social media in defending her children and giving them praises. I wish I would have met her in person, but I feel like I knew her through Jason. Go and be happy and spread your wings!

Margaret Reinhardt

March 29, 2020

Your mom was so welcoming the time she invited me and Elizabeth for dinner. She made the best meatballs! Your mom and Chester Pops gave the best laughs that evening. I had an amazing time and every time I see you or your mom I always remember that evening we all had together—talking and laughing for hours with the greatest company and amazingly delicious food! Thanks for being a part of my best memory and evening ever! I’ll always remember you!

carolyn dearth

March 29, 2020

I have know Sharon for 66 years, since we were in kindergarten and lived across the street from each other in Boston, NY. The most vivid memory was playing "button button who's got the button?" , a game we played on her stairs. (but don't ask me how to play it now)
Even though I moved to Hamburg after second grade we remained friends and continued to stay in touch and doing things together.(like having sleepovers and going out to bars when were turned 18)
Most of our time since she moved to North Carolina though, was on the phone talking while she was on her way to a gamboling joint or to a doctors appointment. We were never at a loss for words.
On her 70th birthday last year I surprised her with a pound of Sahlen's hot dogs- a Buffalo staple. She was thrilled! She did love her junk food!!
Rest in peace my dear friend.

Carrie Williams

March 29, 2020

I met her when I was in middle school, not giving away our age. I was very good friends with her sons. I remember her being a very hard worker and how much love that was shared between her and both boys and it has been an honor to watch that love evolve and get stronger over the years. So sorry it has been from a distance but I have cheered you all on the whole time. RIP and know you were all loved then and now❤️❤️

Michelle Hai

March 28, 2020

I've been to Sharon's home twice over the years and she was always so welcoming and kind!! You can tell when a man had a great mother, he is compassionate and kind just as my friend Jay!! may your mommy rest in piece but always but with you in spirit! I love you

Melissa Lee

March 28, 2020

I only knew you a few years, but in that time, I really grew to like you. You always had a kinda strange way of making me laugh. I loved your sense of humor.
Thank you for welcoming me into your home and into your family.
Such a sweet soul, gone too soon. But home with Chet, the love of your life.
You will be missed. 💔

P.S. Mushrooms are still gross on pizza!!

Brian Wood

March 28, 2020

I didn’t have to the chance to meet her. But if her children are any example I am sure she was a wonderful and kind person

Heidi Lutes

March 28, 2020

I met Sharon through my best friend growing up. Jason and me were connected to the hip in elementary school so of course she ended up being my second mom. I remember her cooking sausage and gravy for us. I loved it! Went home and told my yankee mom what I just had and she made it for me the next day. The gravy was brown! I said that is not how she made it and started crying. So my mom called Sharon and she taught us how to make the good stuff! Miss you mama!!! Every time I eat my sausage and gravy I’ll smile and say hello to you mama!