Sharon Lee Gazzana

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Sharon Lee
Gazzana

Gazzana, Sharon L.,
(nee Zunk) Passed away on Thursday December 5th, 2013 age 67. Beloved mother of Gregory (Jeannie) Gazzana. Dearest grandmother of Nicole, Zachary, Kaitlin. Cherished sister of Cynthia. Sharon is preceded in death by her parents Raymond and AdaMae, Michael Gazzana, and nephew Steven. Also survived by nephew Dan, great-nieces and nephews, along with other relatives and friends, and many of her co-workers of more than 30 years at U.S. Bank.
A funeral service will be held on Saturday December 14th at the FUNERAL HOME at 3pm. Visitation will take place from 1pm until the time of service (3pm).
Sharon was a longtime advocate of WI Humane Society and animal rights.
HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
Altstadt-Tyborski
Johnson-Reiss-Klemmer
4800 S. 84th St 414-281-5533
Guest Book & Directions
www.heritagefuneral.com

Past Comments

Renee Hilander

Sharon, stop messing with your hair & let’s go to the farm. Love always, Peppy

Maggie Koller

Dear Cynthia and family, I read in the MJS that beautiful Sharon passed away. Cindy- also noted that had had previously lost your Steven. So much loss. I am thinking of you and our old friendship. I hope your loved ones and many, many special memories will give you comfort at this time. God bless you all. Sincerely, Maggie La Combe Koller, (your Mags)

Gloria Mosley

Dear Gazzana family,
Please accept my deep regrets for your loss. You don’t know me but I wanted to share what helped me when I lost my whole family to our greatest enemy death that always brings grief and pain but comfort and hope is found in Jehovah Gods word at John11:11 and Mark5:39 that they’re just asleep and Jesus states at John5:28,29 that we’ll see our loved ones again and this helps me get through each day because I miss them so much. I truly hope these scriptures have helped in some way because this is my purpose in sharing this with you. Please know I share your grief.
Sincerely, Gloria Mosley

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