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Sharon L. Warren

Published December 19,2023

Obituary's Biography:

Sharon Lee Warren, age 70, passed away peacefully on Saturday, December 16, 2023. She was the beloved sister of Sandra Warren, and was preceded in death by her parents George and Florence Warren and brother Richard Warren. Cherished cousin to Carol (Terry) Breese, Kenneth (Jackie) Novak, Lawrence (Celine) Zigmont, Dianne Janus, Julie (John) Havemann, Dave (Elizabeth) Breese, Carrie (Todd) Cummings-Pegler, and a loving extended family. Sheri was an avid golfer who loved spending time on the golf course and was an LPGA-Certified instructor and sports journalist/photographer who covered national events for several major golf publications. Sheri loved her Bassett Hounds and even helped her recent fur baby, Russell Theodore, “write” his own blog. She was an amazingly lucky contest winner who was always generous in sharing her good fortune with family and friends. Her humor, warmth, and connection to people came through in her dedication to her work, enthusiasm for all kinds of music, and her talent in the kitchen, but most importantly, in her love for her family and friends who will miss her presence every day. Her passing is a tremendous loss, but she leaves behind many happy, cherished memories for all who knew her.

Arrangements handled by Strang Funeral Chapel in Grayslake, IL. Internment private. 

8 replies on “Sharon L. Warren”

  1. My thoughts and prayers ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ˜” is with Shere and her family..friends…I worked with her for the last couple years…she will truly be missed๐Ÿ˜”

  2. I used to work with Sharon and she was a loving caring person and she would always help me put dishes away and she was a hard worker

  3. We were blessed with a dear friend for 45+ years, who sang and played guitar at our wedding. I give thanks to meeting Sheri through work and a friendship that grew beyond the office, golfing, love of music, family, friends and our beloved dogs.
    Always my โ€œbooโ€ –

  4. We, her coworkers at Great Wolf Lodge, will sorely miss Sheri. She was a hard worker, always willing to lend a hand, and loved to tell stories while doing so. She was a kind and sweet friend, and always good to make you laugh with a (sometimes nsfw!) joke. R.I.P my friend.

  5. I loved working with Shari. Sje and I had great conversations. She onced help save me during an allergic reaction. She was a wonderful person. She always played great music. She will be missed. My condolences to her family.

  6. I still feel empty at the place where she worked and miss her. Our pack members celebrated her 70th birthday together! She liked to work while listening to the radio and she had a good time singing along. Sometimes she would eat lunch with me and talk about golf. As I write this, I miss the times we spent with her. I never thought I would part ways with you so soon. I pray that she finds her eternal rest. I miss you Sheri!!

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