OBITUARY

Sharon Kay Bryde

December 19, 1939September 9, 2021

Sharon Kay Bryde (Neff), age 81, passed on September 9th, 2021, in Leslie, Michigan. Sharon is survived by her sons Russell (Karen) Bryde, of Leslie, Todd Bryde, of Leslie, James (Helen) of Leslie, step sister Cherie (Travis) Whitfield, of Waskom, Texas, 10 grandchildren, and 13 great grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her husband Stanley Bryde, parents Elise and Raymond Neff.

Sharon was born December 19th, 1939 in Lansing, Mi. She graduated from Mason High School in 1957. Sharon worked multiple jobs including Abrams Instruments, the family dairy farm, escorting trucks, and truck driving with Stan all across the United States.

Sharon was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. Sharon married Stanley on May 10th, 1958. Together they raised a family in Mason, Mi. Sharon loved spending time with family and friends. She enjoyed camping as a member of the Greater Lansing Kountry Kamping club, bus trips, and sharing meals with friends and family. Sharon adored her grandchildren and great grandchildren, and she rarely missed the opportunity to support them at dance recitals, soccer games, etc.

A memorial luncheon will be held in Sharon’s honor on September 30th, 2021 at 11:00am at the Leslie Township Hall, 4279 Oak St, Leslie, MI 49251. Lunch will be provided. All friends and family are welcome to attend. The family asks at this time that no flower or monetary donations be made.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared below.

Services

  • Memorial Luncheon

    Thursday, September 30, 2021

Memories

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Steve & Tammy Sowles

September 30, 2021

There are no words, just prayers for strength for all of you. Hang on to all of your special memories and let them warm your heart during this difficult time and for the days ahead until you meet again.😢💛

pam Knapp

September 29, 2021

Goodbye My Friend,
We been there for each other for over fifty years. To think there will never be any more phone calls or visits is so hard to believe.
We have been there for each other for over fifty years. We have shared so much together meals, vacations, stories, family growing up, moving each other to different homes, work and all the trucking stories.
Now that you are gone, we will still need to be strong.
Will miss you dearly! Pam and Duane

Cheryl Thompson

September 29, 2021

I remember all the good times camping in the camping club with Sharon. We just had one recently and the ladies got together and made cards. Sharon was having so much fun and it will always be one of my fondest memories , the smiles and laughter will last forever. We also had many great times playing pegs and joker. One time Stan and Sharon made a trip with us to Texas. We were driving a long and got caught in a tight spot with our trailer and had to try and turn around our 5th wheel trailer with all kinds of traffic needless to say they teased us about that. Sharon was a real blessing and will be greatly missed.

Anne Visser

September 25, 2021

Sharon (Sis) my wonderful friend, loved life filled with great camping and travel. My husband and I met the Bryde's at a Good Sam Rally many years ago and we joined their club. Our friendship continued as we traveled many times together. Will miss the great trips, enjoyable lunches, many laughs and fun time at Pegs/Jokers.
Many wonderful memories....special friend.

Kathy Crawley

September 16, 2021

Loved having lunch with Aunt Sharon and sometime some of the cousins every couple of weeks. Will definitely miss the lunches, talks and laughs.

lisa banister

September 16, 2021

My friend, sharon, who loved to go to lunch and we did often. I have known her about 20 years . A short time compared to others. We shared alot of thoughts on life and family. She will be missed and every time i see a bloody mary i will think of her. Keep her memory alive by being the best you can.

Linda Jordan

September 16, 2021

My husband and I had such enjoyable camping trips with Sharon and Stan while in the Club. Sharon, our trip master as I understood it, always planned organized, fun, interesting activities. Sadly, my husband has passed and alot of my time is spent in Florida...but I miss all our camping friends and appreciate being on the newsletter list. My condolences to the family and friends....such a loss!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY