Sharon Ann Vigliotto
May 9, 1936 – February 24, 2019
Sharon Clark – Vigliotto, of Fremont, Indiana, passed away on Sunday, February 24, 2019 at 9:15 am, at her home.
Ms. Vigliotto had been ill for ten years. To honor Ms. Vigliotto’s final requests, there will be no viewing or funeral services held, however there will be a summer picnic by invitation only to celebrate her life. Ms. Vigliotto is survived by her soulmate of 25 years, Mac Harness of Fremont, Indiana, her and Mac’s service dog, Stormy, Chad Clouse of Fremont, Indiana, Melissa Hunter, and her three grandchildren of whom she loved dearly, and all her family and friends at E-Z Camp.
No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Sharon Ann Vigliotto
March 3, 2019
I keep thinking of a song, 20 years in the hole! or something like that. I think my soul mate could come up with a song about us called 25 years on the road. Are home base was E-Z Camp near Fremont, IN. for the summer then off to warmer weather to the best out door markets in the west or south. Many years sleeping in the van after unloading on a picnic table or at a market covering are stuff with a tarp. In later years we got old an lazy so we pulled a camper along behind.
Being with Shar made it a wonderful life.
Susie and Family Clouse- Runion
February 28, 2019
I knew Sis Sharon all my life. She once made a movie " Scorn and Swindle " . She included my Mom and her many other friends in the movie with her. I still have that movie ! I talked with Sis Sharon not long ago. As she always did, she reminded me of the time I cursed at her for (what I thought) selling my dad, a bad TV. I was just a little youngster at that time Ha ! Ha! I'll never forget the time she had a Blue Grass Festival in N.C. She introduced my family and me as Guest of Honor, even though we worked the ticket booth Ha Ha ! Oh how much we loved .. and will miss her... Sis Sharon is now an Angel in Heaven, watching over those she loved. Rest in peace Sis. You will always be in our hearts. Some day we will see you again. As I always say, Lots of Love and Prayers, Later
Susie (Sue Jane), Doug, Raymond and Cloe' , and Teach/Jenifer
February 27, 2019
I knew Sharon throughout the 70’s before I moved out west. She was definitely one of the finest “pickers” of antiques this area has ever seen. She had a great eye and her finds were amazing, surprising and wonderful. It was such fun to go to her little shop on Martha Street and she was a great auction buddy, too. She had an irreverent sense of humor and her skills as a story-teller were unrivaled. RIP, Sharon. You were one of a kind.