Roberta Marie Sharbutt

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Roberta Marie
Sharbutt

Sharbutt, Roberta M., “Berta”
(nee Hein) Beloved wife of Kenneth. Loving mother of Nicholas (Tracey), Daniel (Andrea), and Amber Sharbutt. Dear grandmother of Austin, Avery, Daysha, and Ashanty. Sister of Lorine (Bill) Gagliano, Sharon Hein, and Roger (Lisa) Hein. Daughter of the late Richard and Eileen Hein. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Visitation Friday, June 6th, from 4-7PM at the FUNERAL HOME, with the service to follow at 7PM.
Working at the Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center for 21 years, Roberta wore many hats, and her last assignment was as Secretary to the Chief of VA Police Services, to Chief Timothy Jantz. She was also the long standing President of the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) Local 0003, representing approximately 2050 federal employees, and a National Trainer for AFGE. She mentored many union officials, including her best friend, Julie Kohlhepp and her dear friend, Wayne Lauton. Nothing meant more to her than her family, the Green Bay Packers, and gardening. Special thanks to Father Norm for providing her and the family with spiritual peace and blessings. She has now been called home to be with the Lord.
In lieu of flowers, memorials to Fisher House Wisconsin appreciated.
Interment will be held privately with the family at the Southern Wisconsin Veteran’s Memorial Cemetery.
HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
Johnson-Reiss
Klemmer-Scheuerell-Tyborski
9200 S. 27th St 414-761-2750
Guest Book & Directions
www.heritagefuneral.com

Past Comments

Wayne Lauton

Lit a candle in memory of Roberta Marie Sharbutt

Dara Hoberg

I can say personally that Roberta, you touched my life and made a difference for me in the very short time I knew you. My prayers are with you and your family, and also those whom were your family at the VA. You are already missed greatly!

Pam Krieger

I will never forget the camping trips on the Wisconsin River, volleyball at Kelly”s Bleachers, baseball games with all our boys and hearing Roberta cheering for the Packers from across the street. May Roberta rest in peace and may your family gain strength from each other.

Pam Krieger and family

David Sharbutt

Roberta,

You were a good wife to my brother Kenneth and mother to Nick and Daniel. You will be missed by all who knew and loved you.

David Sharbutt

Terry K.

Roberta will be missed greatly. She made an indelible impression on every person she came in contact with. She was a wonderful, one in-a-million person. Rest in peace.

Jackie Traynere

Loved her fighting spirit, she will be missed. I hope her family finds peace as she now has. Rest well Roberta

Dara Hoberg

I can say personally that Roberta, you touched my life and made a difference for me in the very short time I knew you. My prayers are with you and your family, and also those whom were your family at the VA. You are already missed greatly!

Ivira Davis

To the Family of Robert Sharbutt, My thought and prayers are with you always and know that the Lord does not put more on you than you can stand. Throughout the years Roberta has always been a friend and a confidant to me and she will be missed and I thank God for allowing her to be in my life for the time that she was.
Sincerely,
Ivira Davis
Union Steward Local 0003

Amie Pounds

My dear friend Roberta, I will miss talking to you, sharing AFGE stories from our long friendship! Rest well my friend

Julie Kohlhepp

Roberta, Your were my soul sister and best friend. You helped me in more ways than I can say. You were God’s gift to me. I love you and your family.

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