Huntt Funeral Home

3035 Old Washington Rd, Waldorf, MD


Sharon Lee Stephenson

January 5, 1945June 28, 2020

Sharon Lee Stephenson Sharon Lee Stephenson passed away on June 28, 2020. Daughter of Homer Link and Mildred Link-Fitzgerald, and sister of Rebecca Zois. She leaves behind her two daughters, Stacey George and Shannon Garner, son-in-law's Rashad George and Brian Garner, followed by her grandchildren Brandon Willett, Corey Willett, Gavin Garner, and great grandson Kian Willett. Sharon was born January 1945 and resided in White Plains, MD. Sharon will always be rememberd for her funny wit, amazing personality, love of Ball Park beef hot dogs, and her love of animals, especially her dog Rocky. In leu of flowers, donations made to the Charles County Humane Society in her name would be greatly appreciated by her family.


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Ronald DeAngelo

July 2, 2020

It is with great sadness to hear that we have lost a very wonderful lady but I am overjoyed knowing that she is with our Lord in complete health and happiness. I will never forget her unwavering support for me in my many positions at Headquarters, as Major and especially as Deputy Chief of Field Offices. She was a gem then and is still now, more than ever.

Ed Winkel

July 1, 2020

My sincerest sympathies to Staci, Shannon and the family. I can honestly say that Sharon was one of a kind. Someone else said she was a firecracker but that is putting it mildly. She always had a smile on her face and went out of her way to help when necessary. And man, could she type. I would give lengthy hand written memos to her and within minutes, a rough draft was typed and on my desk!!! She was amazing! Never an unkind word did I hear from her and she loved her girls so much! I used to kid her so much about so many things but she took it all in stride and when I least expected it, bam she got me good! She was truly an asset to the US Park Police and was loved by so many!

Pam Vevers

July 1, 2020

I lost my best friend and sister-in-law. There is not enough space here to tell of all the fun times we shared. Shannon and Stacey your mom loved you with all her heart. Brandon, Corey, Gavin and Kain you were always her percious grandchildren. Always remember the wonderful times you had with mamaw. She will always be with you. She is now with her Rocky. I am going to miss her so much. But I can sit and smile when I think of the wonderful times we had.
Love you Sharon...…..

Tracy Porter

June 30, 2020

Always loved working with Sharon at Park Police. She always made me laugh.

Molly & Lee Bibb

June 30, 2020

Our deepest sympathies and condolescences to Sharon's family.
Sharon was always such a firecracker anytime I saw her.
She was full of spit fire and boy did she love her kids and grandkids.
Every time she crossed our path, it was memorable.
I hadnt seen her for a long time, but so grateful for the good times to look back on...
God bless.... Molly & Lee