Mary Elizabeth Sharpe

March 6, 1938January 18, 2021

Mary Elizabeth Sharpe, 82, of Greenfield Park, Quebec, passed away on Monday January 18th, 2021 at Suroit Regional Hospital after a courageous battle with Lung Cancer. She was born in Verdun on March 6th, 1938, the daughter of the late George and Ellen (Driscoll) Sharpe.

Mary's life, love, and passion was her family which she was extremely proud of. With her kind heart, good nature, and dedication, she was always there to help them. She also loved knitting, bingo, eucre, doing puzzles, and spending time with her many friends.

She is survived by her children; Timothy Harding and his fiance Alberta Blaine of Altona, NY, Tracy Simmons and her husband Alan of Morrisonville, NY, James Harding and his companion Carolyn Hall of St-Etienne-de-Beauharnois; her grandchildren, Stephanie, Jacqueline, Dustin, Troy, Justin, Alan, Jasper, Nicholas, and Felicia; her brother, Michael Sharpe; her 10 great-grandchildren and her many nieces and nephews.

Mary was predeceased by her parents; her husband, Victor Castine of Champlain, NY; her brother, George Sharpe; her sister, Theresa Barnett; her grandson, Sheldin Deso; and her nephew, Timothy Sharpe.

Private funeral services are entrusted to Collins Clarke MacGillivray White Funeral Home (307, Riverside, Saint-Lambert).

In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the Canadian Cancer Society. Due to the covid pandemic a family and friends celebration of Mary's life will be held at a later date.


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Monica T

January 29, 2021

Mary you created your son and in turn I created your grandchildren you live on in each and every one of us. Not only in spirit but in memories, life lessons, and love. I'm honored to have been a part of your life.

January 28, 2021

Melissa Batten

January 28, 2021

I admired Aunt Mary, for her devotion to her parents and her family. I loved playing bingo with Aunt Mary and Grandma. I still can't play as many card as they could! I miss the days of playing euchre with Aunt Mary who was patient enough to keep explaining how to play until I got it. I miss her calling me Missy as she was the only one who was allowed. Most of all I will miss her hugs and stories. Rest in Peace. I will always love you.

michael K sharpe

January 27, 2021

Mary you we're more then a big sister to me . you we're my bestfriend and buddy. you we're always there for me through the good times and the hard times .. I will always love you and miss you very much.. R.I.P.

Belinda Sharpe

January 27, 2021

With a heavy heart that I say goodbye to an amazing Aunt. I've had many of great talks and lots of laughs as well as tears. She has shown me how to be a strong independent woman.. and to have strong family morals. I have been blessed to have had you in my life.. with that I will always cherish the time I got spend with you.. until we meet again Aunt Mary I love you...

Nicholas Harding

January 27, 2021

I’ll always cherish the conversations we shared over a cup of tea. You always had a positive outlook on life. You were always so supportive, no matter what challenges we faced. You were my number one fan, from when I was a “goaldie” to starting up my own business.

Thank you for teaching me how to be the strong and independent person that I am today. Rest In Peace.



Carrie Barnett

January 27, 2021

My condolences to the family and friends. Mary was amazing person, full of love and energy. Mary loved family gatherings, her number one priority was her family. Mary always had this contagious laughter that got everyone going. She loved her bingo, casino, camping and many other outings, she was such a bubbly and active person, she had a heart full of gold, she never held a grudge long she always found it in her heart to forgive and never to judge people, it’s what makes her such a special person. You will be greatly missed Mary, but you will forever ever be in my heart. R.I.P Mary till we meet again.

Cory Sharpe

January 27, 2021

I learned many things over the years from Aunt Mary. How to play euchre, putting puzzles together, I recieved the love of history through photo albums from her. I was always amazed how she could remember sooo many birthdays. I will love you for always Aunt Mary. Till we meet again at the euchre table.

Alan Simmons

January 27, 2021

I am proud to say you were my Mother. From the day I met you, I knew you were a special person. You welcomed me into your heart and you had a place in mine. I will always cherish the special times we shared, the laughs, the talks, the vacations, and the love we shared as Mother and Son. Although you are in Heaven, you will always be in my heart and soul and I know you will be watching over us.

Love you and miss you immensely.


Ken Sharpe

January 27, 2021

I'll miss you dearly. I will always remember how amazing you were with remembering birthdates and zodiac signs of our entire family. You'll be always in my heart. Love you

Tracy Simmons

January 27, 2021


The hospital named you their "Little Spitfire" for kicking covid-19 in the butt and surviving but they didn't know who they had for a patient but I did. That's my Mom! Not to my surprise for that's the way you roll!

You're up to the challenge and make everyday its best. You're a warrior protecting and taking care of your family. And your kindness is remarkable extending beyond your family to give anyone a helping hand.

I've been fortunate to have you in my life and to learn these beautiful traits.

Thank you for being my Mom.

Love your daughter,
Tracy xoxo

P.S. I'll be looking for your sign ♥️🌹