OBITUARY

Sharon Ann Christianson

April 8, 1955March 21, 2020

Sharon (Preister) Christianson passed away on March 21, 2020 in Omaha, NE at the age of 64. She was born in Humphrey, NE and lived in Omaha, NE since childhood. She was a devoted member of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Omaha for 40 years as a woman of deep faith. Sharon enjoyed traveling with her husband, Rick, and their friends. She spent years on the motorcycle with Rick. Sharon loved to attend her eight grandkids’ sports and shows, and she had a green-thumb in her vegetable garden and beautiful flower beds.

Survived by husband of 48 years, Rick Christianson; son, Craig (Staci) Christianson; daughters, Kim (Mark) Bollow and Jill (Joe) Hanover; grandchildren, Taylor, Emma, Nicholas, Breanna, Noah, Madeline, Elizabeth and Olivia.

She is our eternal angel and the love of our life.

Private Family Burial and Public Memorial Service at a later date.

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Gabe Evans

April 1, 2020

Dear Christianson Family,

I'm terribly sorry to hear about the loss of Sharon. I worked with her for the past two years and always enjoyed seeing her. She had such a contagious smile and always brought joy to us at Elk Ridge.

Condolences,
~ Gabe

Rich Onken

March 31, 2020

Rick, so sorry for your loss.

Sharon had a smile for everyone.

You are in our prayers.

Rich and Lee Onken

Maggie Hendryx

March 30, 2020

Dear Christianson Family,

Along with many others, I had the privilege to work with Sharon the last two years. She made so many residents and coworkers days. God bless your family. Maggie Hendryx

Leah Nedley

March 29, 2020

Dear Mr Christianson and family,
My name is Leah Nedley and I worked with Sharon.
I miss her every morning. And the thing that think of about Sharon is the fact that she put the residents first. And the fact that she said that we were going to go to room trays. It makes me smile knowing that she is not in any pain. And to think that she probably laughing at all of us.
She will be greatly missed. My prayers and thoughts and my love go out to you and your family.
From,
Leah Nedley

Shawn Grasso

March 28, 2020

Dear Rick and Craig and family,

I'm so heartbroken to hear of Sharon's passing. The one thing that I will always remember was her smile. I dont think I ever saw her without it. She will be missed by everyone who had the pleasure of knowing her. You are all in my prayers.

Mary Mines

March 27, 2020

There are some who bring a light so great to the world...
that even after they have gone, the light remains.
Rick, you and your family have our deepest sympathy, our love and support. You remain in our prayers. Chuck & Mary

Mary Ann Thompson

March 25, 2020

Dear Rick and Family,
It is so difficult to find the words to express the great loss I feel. Sharon was my co-worker but she had become one of my best friends. I know she is not suffering and is at peace in heaven. However every day I think of her and remember some conversation or some moment we would have shared. I feel like a part of me is missing. I am praying Rick that you and your family as well myself can find some measure of peace in our memories and the fact that Sharon is in heaven with our Lord. Blessings and Love Mary Ann

Cindy Grasso

March 25, 2020

I have several memories of Sharon. We worked together for many years. We attended fitness classes, did company walks and also went riding motorcycles with her and Rick. We talked about our kids and grand-kids. She is a real loss to all that knew her.
My best memory is the time we met at the Sioux City Awesome Biker nites. I have a great picture of Sharon, Rhonda and myself that I will cherish from that event.
Rick and family, my prayers are with you and my heart breaks for all of you. Take care of one another.

May God Watch over all of you

Mary Carlsen

March 25, 2020

Rick and Family,
Sharon was such a true angel to all of us. She always listened to my stories and gave great advice. Her smile and laughter I will miss but her kindness , caring and loving heart will be missed the most . She always treated everyone with an open mind and didn’t have a bad bone in her. The way she would say “Rick” when he did something silly will always stick in my mind. I’m so very sorry for you all at this very very difficult time. Watch for her signs from heaven letting you know she’s ok as they will come unexpectedly. Hugs with much love to you all. Fly high Sharon and watch over all of us .

Molly Christianson

March 25, 2020

Aunt Sharon,

I still don't want to believe its true you are gone. Layla and I love you so much!