Fox & Murray Funeral Home and Cremation Services

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Sharon L. Lottie

March 26, 1947December 20, 2019
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Funeral Services for Sharon L. Lottie, age 72 of the Monkey Hill Road, Ogdensburg, NY will be held at 6:00pm on Monday (Dec 23, 2019) at the Fox & Murray Funeral Home with Rev. Rob Schirmer officiating. Calling hours will be held also on Monday from 4:00-6:00pm at the Funeral Home. Mrs. Lottie passed away at her home on Friday December 20, 2019. Burial will be in the spring at Hillcrest Cemetery. Surviving are her children Lewis Lottie & his wife Marcy of Winthrop NY; Christopher Lottie and Candy Pratt of Ogdensburg; David Bevins a grandson whom she raised and 12 other grandchildren; 19 Great-Grandchildren and many nieces, nephews & cousins. She was predeceased by her husband Lewis Lottie Sr. on June 19th, 1999; her daughter Lisa Hughes on November 7th2015, and 13 brothers & Sisters. Sharon was born on March 26, 1947 in Ogdensburg NY, a daughter of the late Gerald & Lucy (Griffith) Bogardus. She graduated from Heuvelton Central in 1965 and took her post graduate course in 1966. Sharon later married Lewis Lottie Sr. on July 9th 1966. During her career she worked on her family farm, and later worked as a laborer at CompAS, Newell Manufacturing and United Helpers Nursing Home. Sharon was a past member of the Ogdensburg AmVets and enjoyed 4-wheeling, camping, fishing, boating, collecting bird houses and being around her family. Memorial contributions can be made to Hospice and Palliative care of St. Lawrence Valley, US Hwy 11, Potsdam, NY 13676. Condolences and fond memories can also be shared at www.foxandmurrayfuneralhome.com.


  • Calling Hours Monday, December 23, 2019
  • Funeral Service Monday, December 23, 2019


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Robin Compo

December 23, 2019

I have a heavy heart today going to miss you are camping trips Easter you would always make sure you got me my black jelly beans and tell Jr to keep hands off they were mine you always made sure to drop of a dish of your fruit salad and pickled beets for us your weekly visit for coffee I sure I'm going to miss that I'll always love and miss you xoxo

Marcy Lottie

December 23, 2019

I remember when I first met you. You thought Charlie was jumping from one frying pan into another.
I remember when I told you Lew and I wanted to have a child. You thought Charlie needed another kid like he needed a hole in his head.
I remember when I told you that Lew and I were getting married . You were happy but immediately responded that Sonny would not be wearing a tuxedo
I remember the joy when when you gave me your diamond wedding ring for Christmas.
I remember going camping, buggy rides, playing cards, laughing and always having fun with you over the years.
I remember you always being there for our family events. Every milestone, accomplishment and devastation that our family has ever had.
I remember being beside you when you purchased your house, buried your husband and singing Amazing Grace with you when your mother in-law was laid to rest.
I remember from day one Sharon you were true, real and totally unfiltered. I am glad you did not scare me away.
Lew is still in the same frying pan. I loved all of Lew's children as my own and we raised an amazing young man. Not only did Sonny wear a tuxedo but so did Chris and David.
I remember the sparkle you had in your eyes when you spoke of Sonny "The Old Man" . The true love you had with him and the wonderful example you set for our marriage.
And for that Sharon, I will remember this day as a day of saying good bye to you and the feeling that its okay. You are back with your true love .
You will be forever be loved my rough around the edges, tell it like it is unfiltered mother in-law. I hope I made you proud as your daughter in-law, loving your son as much as you and raising your grandchildren to the best of my ability.
Love always from your rough around the edges, unfiltered daughter in-law,

Christopher Lottie

December 22, 2019

Don't cry for me.
I will be okay.
Heaven is my home now,
and this is where I'll stay.

Don't cry for me.
I'm where I belong.
I want you to be happy
and try to stay strong.

Don't cry for me.
It was just my time,
but I will see you someday
on the other side.

Don't cry for me.
I am not alone.
The angels are with me
to welcome me home.

Don't cry for me,
for I have no fear.
All my pain is gone,
and Jesus took my tears.

Don't cry for me.
This is not the end.
I'll be waiting here for you
when we meet again.

Dawna Larue

December 22, 2019

Chris and family I'm very sorry for your loss .hold your memories close to your heart I'm sending you all my love and prayers to you during this most difficult time.

Peggy & Dan Simmons

December 22, 2019

To Sharon’s Family, our sincere condolences to each of you. I first met Sharon when she came to work at the United Helpers Health Clinic. Sharon was always smiling & laughing, telling us about her family. It was always fun when she was around. That laugh!!! Several of us took a road trip to Syracuse one day...she had us laughing all the way down & back!!! I saw her late summer shopping & asked how she was doing & she gave her signature reply, “I woke up this morning, so I guess I’m doing ok!!!” Sharon, you will be missed!!!

Mary McDonald

December 21, 2019

There are no words to tell you how I feel today. It's such a huge loss. You were a long time friend and we spent lots of time together. Had lots of talks went shopping out to eat . You are going to missed by me Sharon. Until we meet again in the next journey bless you.

Sissy DeDekker-Beldock

December 21, 2019

You will be missed very much by many friends,especially Mary McDonald. I will remember the fun times.we had at family gatherings.But the one thing of all your laughing.we did and the lots of fun we had. She did alot of sewing for me. Love be with you.and will miss you lots

Melvin Compo

December 21, 2019

This here is written by me for my aunt...

Don’t grieve for me, for now I’m free.
I’m following the path God has chosen for me.
I took His hand when I heard Him call;
I turned my back and left it all.

I could not stay another day,
to laugh, to love, to work or play.
Tasks left undone must stay that way;
I’ve found now peace at the end of the day.

If my parting has left a void,
then fill it with remembered joys.
A friendship shared, a laugh, a kiss;
Oh yes, these things, I too will l miss.

Be not burdened with times of sorrow,
look for the sunshine of tomorrow.
My life’s been full, I savored much;
good friends, good times, a loved ones touch.

Perhaps my time seems all too brief;
don’t lengthen your time with undue grief.
Lift up your heart and peace to thee,
God wanted me now – He set me free.

Dorcas Lottie

December 21, 2019

It's been a blessing to have you in my life for these years. I am going to miss our get togethers to cut veggies for canning and all your tricks of the trade you taught me. I'm pretty sure I will keep your "End of the Garden" relish recipe going!! You made the best. It was a honor to stand up for you and your love bug when you two renewed your vows. I cheerish all those photo's and many more. I will miss your phone calls and our talks and I'm sure I will find myself dialing your number atleast once or twice. Yours was a spirit not too many people have in this world and it will be greatly missed. Just know from time to time I'll be hugging you tight from afar. Please Lord, wrap my beautiful family/friend in your arms tight. When the Good Lord brings you together again with your Love, give him a great big hug for me too. I'm gonna miss you.
Love you Sharon

Wanda Stoll

December 21, 2019

Aunt Sharon was not only my aunt but my sister and best friend that was our relationship. She loved when Alan and I would come and visit and stay with her we would stay up late and just talk and laugh. We loved our summer get together at Coles Creek every year with all the family . We would talk about it and I would tell her she’s the head of the family she thought that was so funny. Well aunt Sharon I will truly miss you and our talks on the phone at night. We all will miss you deeply. This picture of her was at the New Jersey Shore we took her too many yrs ago we all had a great time and a few funny stories made that day.