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Sharon J. Lloyd

Published April 18,2018

Obituary's Biography:

Sharon Jane Lloyd (Suits) born October 4, 1946 to Earl A. and Esther Suits passed away April 16, 2018 from Leukemia. Raised in Morrisville, NY. with her brother Merton (deceased) (Priscilla) and Carolyn (James) Sterle. Married to Donald A. Lloyd II for 50 wonderful years during which they raised three great children in Grayslake, IL; Donald A. (Theresa), Travis E. (Shannon), and Allison M. Wisniewski (Kenneth) and blessed with eight grandchildren; Donald A., Katherine M. Barton (John), Morgan A., Connor L. Wisniewski, Abby G. Wisniewski, Emily L. Wisniewski, Travis E. II, Autumn R. and one great grandchild William S. Barton. She was especially close to her niece Pamela DeLucia (Dan). Sharon graduated from SUNY Morrisville with a degree in business. After raising her family she worked at school district 128 in a support staff role retiring in 2009. She was always positive and enjoying life, family, and cherished friends in New York, Georgia, Illinois and Florida. She enjoyed spending the winter at her home in Florida. Even though she suffered the effects of cancer from 30 years ago, CIDP over the last 5 years and Leukemia she remained active and never stopped enjoying family and friends up until the last hours before death. Always concerned about others, we are better for having her in our lives.
A visitation will be held on Friday, April 27, 2018 from 4:00pm until 8:00pm at Strang Funeral Chapel & Crematorium 410 E. Belvidere Rd. Grayslake, IL 60030.  A memorial service will be held at St. Andrew Episcopal Church, 31 Park Avenue, Grayslake, IL 60030 on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at 11am. Interment will be held privately.

4 replies on “Sharon J. Lloyd”

  1. Condolences to the family. Sharon was one wonderful, sweet, kind lady. After she retired I did not get to see her often, but she will be missed many. Blessings to the family.


  2. Don, and family, I’m very sorry for your loss of your wife, and mother. She was a very nice lady, and will be missed by many down in The Villages of Bonita. From one of your many neighbors in The Villages of Bonita.

  3. Don and Family, Sharon was a childhood friend and have many fond memories of those early years. Condolences to all, and may you find comfort and peace in the days to come.
    Alyce Riedl

  4. Don and Family, we feel lucky to have known Sharon! She was a very kind and positive person who always smiled in spite of her pain. We are so glad that in January we enjoyed dinner with her and our CLC friends who winter in Florida. That is a precious memory! Our condolences to her family!

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