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N. Sharon Tadra (Fraser)

September 6, 1939November 11, 2020

N. Sharon Tadra (Fraser) passed away on November 11, 2020 at the age of 81. She was the loving wife of James Tadra for 50 years. The beloved mother of Lauren Alicia Trevaskis and James Fraser Tadra. Also the cherished grandma of Nico and Nya.

Sharon taught at South Lake High School in the Home Economics Department for over 30 years.

Visitation for Sharon will take place on Monday, November 16, 2020 from 2 to 8pm at Resurrection Funeral Home, 40800 Hayes Rd, Clinton Township. A Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, November 17, 2020 at 10:30am at the funeral home.

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  • James Tadra, Husband
  • Lauren Alicia Trevaskis, Daughter
  • James Fraser Tadra, Son
  • Nico and Nya, Grandchildren

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Barbara Davis

November 29, 2020

Jim,
So sorry to hear of Sharon's passing. May God Bless her, you and your family. I remember her from our GM days together. She was a very nice person.

Barbara Davis

Tom Andrew

November 19, 2020

I called on Jim when he was at GM Design. Edie and I then met Sharon and over several years we enjoyed dinners and theatre with them around Detroit and SW Florida. Sharon was feisty and a delight to socialize with, it must have been that red hair. Lost touch when Jim retired but have fond memories of the good times we spent together. May our Lord watch over both Sharon and Jim . . . Tom Andrew

Cecile Woda

November 19, 2020

Sharon and Jim were the first people my late husband and I met upon moving to Fiddlers Creek . We bonded immediately , and it was the beginning of a wonderful friendship . We played tennis, visited restaurants, and the guys played golf while Sharon and I shopped. Sharon was a beautiful redhead with a stylish flair. We enjoyed Chicos , and we both loved turquoise. We had the same tastes in many clothing items. She was a fun, witty, feisty, redhead with a great tennis slam ! We teased her about not having the cat, Mittens, as we never saw the darn cat when we were at their condo. It was always under the bed ..... she said! We boated Marco waters, and we took a cruise together. We had fun in St Thomas buying dazzling jewelry. Sharon was a devoted wife and Mother and so very proud of her grandchildren. She shared many photos with me of them. These are memories of a friend who will always be precious to me. Love is eternal. The memories and love continue until we meet again.

John Champine

November 13, 2020

Sharon and I taught together for many years. She was a wonderful and loving teacher and friend.
So sorry to hear this news and extend my condolences to Jim and all her family. Rest in Peace my friend. Jack Champine

Jeanne Wisniewski

November 13, 2020

An angel has gone to heaven. Those who knew sharon will miss her
And we shall hold on to memories of days past. Sincere condolences
To family and friends. May she Rest In Peace.
Jeanne wisniewski

leo wertheim

November 12, 2020

We were very sorry to hear of Sharon's passing. She was a wonderful person and we will miss her very much.
Leo & Shdell

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