Sharon Lynn Haning

June 22, 1950June 3, 2018

Sharon Lynn Haning nee Settlemire, age 67, of Dayton, Ohio passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family and friends on Sunday June 3, 2018. She was preceded in death by her parents Dale and Lois, brother Richard, grandson Dale Silas and favorite driver Dale Earnhardt Sr. She is survived by her daughter, Lynnlee, son-in-law Chris, grandson Layton Cornett, lifelong friend Patsy Martin, Stacy Martin, special friend Sarah Carson and her beloved dog Dickie Dale. Sharon was a 1968 graduate of Belmont High School, longtime employee of Gordon's Supply/The Powell Company and retired from Time Warner Cable. She will always be known for her strong personality, infectious laugh and love of NASCAR. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Hospice of Miami Valley, SICSA, or the Humane Society of Greater Dayton. Race in peace Mom! A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, June 16, 2018 from 11 AM until 1 PM at TOBIAS FUNERAL HOME - BELMONT CHAPEL, 648 Watervliet Ave. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Haning family.


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Linda Walker Howard

June 16, 2018

U.S. Grant Elementary School ... Belmont High School ... Summers at the Grant basketball court with Dick and his friends ... it was always the Three Musketeers, Sharon, Linda and Patty. We went to school together, we went to Corinth Church together, we watched the boys play basketball pretending we were interested in the game when we were secretly in love with at least one of the boys! We did everything together ... our parents knew each other and included us all in family outings. Oh, how I miss those days! It was such a carefree, innocent time. I rode to Belmont High School with Dick, Sharon and the gang my freshman year. So many happy memories like the ice storm when Dick Settlemire and Danny Risser ice skated through the neighborhood and then went up on Smithville Road to push cars that were stuck on the ice! I will never forget Sharon's friendship and I will treasure our memories together as long as I live. RIP, my funny friend. God bless the family at this time of mourning.

Sally (Walker) Jackson

June 16, 2018

The picture you choose for Sharon sums up her personality!! We all went to U.S. Grant School together. My sister Linda Walker Howard, Patty Palivec and Sharon were close friends and most times I was lucky enough to tag along. Obviously, Sharon never changed and the world is a better place for that. I'm very sorry for your loss and I hope that the love of friends and happy memories bring you comfort.

Love to all the family,


Lynnlee Cornett

June 11, 2018

I miss you so much Mom!

Michelle Petzold

June 6, 2018

Sharon had a laugh that you can't forget. I met her as a kid on the softball field. But Many car rides and meals later, she was more than Lynnlee's mom to her good friends- she was Aunt Sharon. So many memories as a kid, I had almost forgotten about have Aunt Sharon as part of my life. She used to video Lynnlee and I practicing our dance moves we would need later that night, - and stay up late to pick us up after our fun nights. I'll miss stoping by with a meal and leaving with some reminiscing memories. Lynnlee you were always your moms world.... I'm so glad she had you by her side the last few weeks. I know she'd want nothing else. Really gonna miss her. I'm so sad for your loss. Sending love to you and your family.