Sharon R. Leach

October 7, 1940May 11, 2019

Sharon R. Leach, 78, passed away on Saturday, May 11, 2019. She was born to Raymond and Dorothy (Lynas) McClelland on October 7, 1940 in Kokomo. Sharon married Donald Leach on May 18, 1957. Sharon retired in 1998 from General Motors after thirty-three years of service.

Sharon loved to spend time outside, hiking, biking, and being in nature. She loved to travel to the Smokey Mountains and other places with a group of her girlfriends. When she was not traveling, she liked to landscape and tend to her yard at home. She loved to socialize and entertain her friends and family at parties and holiday gatherings. She loved her family dearly, and enjoyed spending time with them. Sharon will be missed by her friends and family.

Sharon leaves behind her children Kim (Lawrence) Fox, Gregory (JoAnne) Leach, Mitchell (Barbara) Leach, and Chris (Susan) Leach; 14 grandchildren; 2 step-grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.

Sharon is preceded in passing by her parents; her husband; and two sisters Judith Barnett and Lois Augustine and their husbands Thomas Barnett and Coleman Augustine.

Friends and family may call from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM on Monday, May 20th at Ellers Mortuary, 725 South Main Street, Kokomo, Indiana 46901. A funeral service will follow at 12:00 PM, officiated by Pastor Terry Russell. Sharon will be laid to rest at Sunset Memory Garden following the service. Memorial contributions can be directed to the Alzheimer's Association,, or Alzheimer's Association 50 E 91st St, Suite 100, Indianapolis, IN 46240.


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Vicki Smock

May 20, 2019

My thoughts and prayers are with Sharons family
Sharon was one of my moms (Janet Bertram) dearest friends and was always so kind and thoughtful
She was there for my mom until the day my mother passed away.
She was a special woman
She was and always will be an angel in mine and gods eyes

Patricia Dockerty

May 19, 2019

Sending our heartfelt condolences for your dear mother. She was one in a million. Sincerely Pat Dockerty and family