December 23, 1947 – November 15, 2020
Sharon Janoch was born on December 23, 1947 in Fort Worth, Texas and passed away on November 15, 2020 in Highland Heights, Ohio and is under the care of DiCicco & Sons Funeral Homes.
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November 21, 2020
Pete and I are sorry for the loss of your beautiful wife. Sharon was kind and beautifully dressed. She was an inspiration. I enjoyed watching her wear her crowns. May her memory bring you some joy and peace. She will surely be missed. Our prayers are for your endurance and strength.
Pete and Barbara
Church in the Circle
November 21, 2020
Tom, we are sorry to hear of Sharon passing. She always greeted us at church with a smile and she will be sorely missed. May God comfort you and the family during your time of grief.
God be with you,
Dawn and Todd Murray
November 18, 2020
Dear Tom and Family,
Jay and I are so sad to hear about Sharon’s passing. I’ve been going thru photos and came across one of us ladies in the narthex all dressed in our patriotic red, white, and blue attire. One of my favorite memories of Sharon is how she always dressed to the 9’s with everything matching. She brought a smile to my heart every time I saw her. What a loss to everyone who was blessed to know her. Jay and I will pray you feel the Lord’s great comfort during this sad time and that He will give you the support, grace, and peace you need. We share in your grief. Please know you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Stay strong, dear friend. Love, Linda and Jay
November 17, 2020
Dear Tom and family I was so saddened to hear about the passing of Sharon and want to extend our sincere and deepest sympathy to you and all the family. Always with a ready smile and a warm hug to greet me and friendship we shared will be a cherished memory. May you feel God's loving arms around you as you go thru this time of grief. Our love and sincere sympathy. Dee and Ed Long