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Gorsline Runciman Funeral Homes

205 East Middle Street, Williamston, MI

OBITUARY

Sharon Lee Sisler

November 15, 1951March 21, 2020

Sharon Lee Sisler, 68, passed away on Saturday, March 21, 2020 in Lansing, Michigan. Born in Lansing to Herbert and Mary Lee (Spinner) Seymour, Sharon was a longtime insurance claims adjuster for the worker’s compensation department of ASU in Okemos. She loved to shop, and she used her great taste and style as an excellent decorator. She was also an animal lover who cared for the cats in her neighborhood.

She was preceded in death by her parents, and her sister, Cheryl Seymour.

She will be lovingly remembered by her husband, John Sisler; her children, Deborah (Kyle) Haggerty and John Sisler Jr.; her grandchildren, Joshua (Boston Burke) Haggerty and Ryan Sisler; her great-grandchild, Lincoln Burke; and her sister, Cathy (Roger) Howery.

Memorial services will be held at a later date.

In honor of Sharon, memorial contributions may be made to the Capital Area Humane Society.

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Chris Mitchell

March 29, 2020

Sorry for your lost. My prayer to Debi, JJ and Dad.. She was a wonderful person.. I would come over to visit and just hang out for little while :)

LOVE,
CMitch

Beth Gardner

March 23, 2020

Going to miss you my friend.

Jon Oakley

March 23, 2020

Hey John
I’m soo very sorry, brother! You and you’re entire family have my condolences, thoughts and prayers in these tough times!!
Love ya, Brother!!!

Amy Perkins

March 22, 2020

Ma was beautiful inside and out and we will all miss her. I will remember her as fun, caring and loving to all of us. She treated us all like we were one of her own! My love to Debi, J.J. And Dad! She will always be with you. ❤️

Gary Fender

March 22, 2020

Years ago, Shortly after John joined the band we were talking on the phone and I was on speaker and did my stupid Barry White impression. She thought it was awesome and I told her I’d make a CD of nothing but me singing various songs in my Barry White voice. Every time I saw her after that, for probably close to a decade, she would say to me “Where’s my CD?” And sometimes there would be profanity involved. I would always lie to her and tell her I was working on it and that I didn’t forget. Of course I never intended to actually make the CD and she knew that, but it was kind of our thing. I just want Momma Sisler to know that I’m working as hard as ever on her CD. She was a great mom and a beautiful person and she will be missed.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY