OBITUARY

Sharon Ann Walther

February 15, 1942April 2, 2021

Sharon Walther passed away unexpectedly at the age of 79 years at St. Joseph’s Hospital, was born on February 15, 1942 in Stockton California to Fred and Georgina Stift. She graduated from Stagg High School. She married Clyde Walther in 1974 and moved to Manteca in 1975 and continued to live in the same house until her passing. She was a waitress until she and her husband opened an Auto Repair business in Tracy, in 1983 until she retired in 1998. She was a volunteer at Doctors Hospital in Manteca for 10 years and made many friends. Sharon was an amazing, loving and friendly person. Her smile was beautiful and infectious. She enjoyed gardening and having family get togethers in her back yard especially with her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She gave overwhelming love to all of her family.

Sharon is survived by her husband Clyde Walther, children Terry Cumpian, Chris Del Prato, Rick Del Prato. Stepdaughters, Lynn Westgate, Janet Mackey, Robin Cordano. Grandchildren, Raquel, Adrianna, Albert, Cody, Dominic, Chereese, Lanae, Ryan, Samuel, Melinda, Aimee. Great grandchildren. Kyah, Jaylee, Xander, Bentley, Mila, Max, Taylor.

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Rosary

    Tuesday, April 13, 2021

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Tuesday, April 13, 2021

  • Committal

    Tuesday, April 13, 2021

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Reception

Memories

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Lupe Ontiveros

April 14, 2021

With all our Love and Prayers to each of you, your Mom, Wife, Grandmother and Dear Friend will always be in our hearts ❤
May Sharon rest in God's Eternal Peace her sincere kindness & smile will never be forgotten!
Love from Ralph & Lupe

Steve Pometta

April 12, 2021

To Clyde and all of the members of Sharon's immediate and extended family our thoughts will be with you tomorrow as you say goodbye to a lovely beautiful lady. Sorry we can't attend services but dad just can't travel that far anymore. May God bless Sharon and all that mourn her passing.

Steve and Mickey Pometta

Jesse, Pat, Nick and Andy Cumpian

April 11, 2021

To all those touched by Sharon’s presence knew how she lit up the room. Sharon would always give you one on one attention in any conversation and she was truly genuine in her demeanor. We will miss her pretty smile and candid opinions. May God rest your soul Sharon and bring healing to All of your family members. Our sincerest...

Terry Cumpian

April 9, 2021

Rebecca (Becki) Williams

April 9, 2021

Sharon was such a lovely lady and so friendly and warm. I was so surprised to hear that she had passed away becuz she was always on the go and I haven’t seen her in quite
A while but the woman I remember was kind and warm and funny. I will keep her in my memory and keep her family in my prayers. She will be missed.

Terry Cumpian

April 9, 2021

We miss and love you so much Mom.

Karin Wagner

April 7, 2021

Spending time with Aunt Sharon was always special. The trips to Florida, New Orleans, Tahoe, and California were a lot of fun. She had a wonderful smile, and a laugh that would make you laugh.Heaven has gained a very special angel.

Linda Alvarez

April 7, 2021

I'm struggling to find the words to express my sincerest sympathy to Clyde, Terri, Ricky and Christopher her grandkids as well the Stift Family. As a young girl I grew up across the street and sharing family celebrations including camping trips to Pinecrest. Sharon was a good friend to my Mother and all the neighbors on Del Rio Drive. You will be truly missed my dear and may God provide your family with strength during this difficult time. All my Love, Linda Alvarez

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