Sharon Whitmore

Obituary of Sharon L. Whitmore

Sharon L. Whitmore, 74, of Jamestown passed away Friday (August 28,2020) in Heritage Green Rehab & Skilled Nursing Facility. She was born February 14, 1946 in Jamestown the daughter of the late James A. and Lucille VanAllen Whitmore. Sharon loved bingo, crocheting, quilting, putting puzzles together, camping and her flower beds. She also loved making dolls with beautiful crocheted dresses. You could see her riding her bike around Frewsburg to get the mail. When her children were younger, she often took them downtown Jamestown to D and K and the Ice Cream Parlor. Sharon made beautiful holiday dinners often enough food for an army. She is survived by her companion: Raymond Seaman of Jamestown; her children: Richard (Diane) Harding of Gerry, NY, Violet (Scott) Schrecengost of Celoron, NY, Rob (Barb) Hicks of Cardale, PA, Penny (Andrew) Tracy of Lakewood, NY, Tammy Perry of Lampass, TX; grandchildren: Danyelle (Josiah) Pritt, of Gerry, NY, Michael Unger of Gerry, NY, Josh (Joanna) Kaufmann of Fredonia, NY, Steven Schrecengost of Celoron, NY, Brooke Schrecengost of Celoron, NY, Hannah Tracy of Lakewood, NY, Drew Tracy of Lakewood, NY, Sydney Hicks of Jamestown, NY, Matthew Stroth of Austin, TX, Brandon Stroth of Lampass, TX, Dillian Anderson of Lampass, TX; she also had 4 great grandchildren; a brother William (Kathy) Whitmore of Kennedy, NY; a sister: Cindy Whitmore of Aberdeen, WA; a step sister: Christina (Jeannie) Whitmore of Glenwood, IA. Besides her parents she is preceded in death by her sisters: Norma V. Dalrymple, Rose Marie Whitmore, two brothers: James A. Whitmore Jr., Robert Whitmore. Visitation will not be observed. A celebration of life will be held at the convenience of the family. Memorials may be donated to a charity of one’s choice.
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