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Sharon Marie
Fidler

Fidler, Sharon Marie
nee Helm Went to be with her Lord and Savior Jan. 30, 2009, age 56. Sharon was born in Milwaukee on Jan. 3, 1953. She Married Russ Fidler on September 6, 1986. She graduated from Loyal High School in 1971 and then attended college in Kenosha. She worked for DCI for 15 years and then Narda Music for another 15 years. She will be remembered for her joyful and giving spirit and infectious laughter. She enjoyed gardening, golfing, decorating, and reading. She was an immersed believer, and member of Harvest Community in Oak. She was under the care of Oncology Alliance, Dr. Ajit B. Divgi, MD., and for her last two weeks, she was tenderly cared for by Asera Care Hospice.
Beloved wife of Russell. Dear daughter of Jim the late Delores. Sister of Sandy Jeff Sommers and the late Randy. Aunt of Craig and Chris Amanda Sommers. Great Aunt of Carey and Caley. Also survived by many other relatives and friends. Visitation Monday, 1-3 PM at HARVEST COMMUNITY CHURCH, 6612 S. Howell Ave., with Funeral Service at 3 PM. Private Interment.
Special thank you to the Houghton Family, Dr. Divgi, and Asera Care Hospice. Memorials to the Vince Lombardi Cancer Clinic appreciated.
HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
Johnson-Reiss-Klemmer-Scheuerell
414-761-2750
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Past Comments

Liz Doan

Russ,
Words cannot express the sympathy I feel inside for the loss of your beloved bride. I will always remember how you called her that. I’m glad I had the opportunity to see the two of you not so long ago, her smile remains in my heart. She will be missed by so many, but the memories of her will live on forever.
With Love, Liz Doan Narada / Music Design

Sue Schrader

Russ,
I am so incredibly sorry and sad to hear about Sharon. I can’t even begin to imagine what you must be going through.
John and I think about you guys a lot. All the good times we had, laughing together, working at church, and just being “OC” friends. I will always remember the way Sharon would be up for anything and always make me laugh. Please know that John and my prayers are with you.

Kerry & Andy Olcott

Oh Russ, I remember the time meeting you our class for joining Harvest. If I am not mistaken we took the gift course too. We had something in common, you lived across the alley from Andy’s old girlfriend. LOL I remember we laughed. I too will never forget her joy and laughter. I loved her so much. For the short time of getting to know her. I wish we would of kept in touch. Russ you can get in touch with us anytime. Perfect place for a vacation when you are ready! Love you my friend & your in our prayers.
Andy & Kerry Olcott

Rhonda Russo

Russ, I’m so sorry for your loss. I will always remember Sharon for her infectious laugh and her zest for life. My parents thought the world of her! God bless you and your family.

Rhonda

Liz Doan

Russ,
Words cannot express the sympathy I feel inside for the loss of your beloved bride. I will always remember how you called her that. I’m glad I had the opportunity to see the two of you not so long ago, her smile remains in my heart. She will be missed by so many, but the memories of her will live on forever.
With Love, Liz Doan Narada / Music Design

Damon Austin

I will miss your laugh, may God enjoy it as much as I did.

Tim Petropoulos

Russ,

Our thoughts are with you during your time of sorrow.

Sharon was a great boss who taught me a lot of things that I still use in my job today.

Her contagious laugh will be missed.

Our deepest sympathy.

Tim & Paulette Petropoulos

Wesley Van Linda

Russ,
I am so sorry for your loss. Sharon was smart, funny, kind and always a pleasure to work with. My deepest sympathy to you and all your family.

Steve Pedo

Russ,

It was my great pleasure to have worked with such a hard working, persistent and positive person, and I thank you for allowing her the time to work so many long hours during my stay at Narada. Without her enthusiasm and joy it would not have been the pleasure it was for me.

Sharon was a great person who inspired me and those around her, and she will continue to inspire from above.

With deepest condolences to you and your family.

Steve Pedo

Anne Aufderheide

Dear Russ,
How sad that Sharon has passed on. My deepest sympathy. She was the most resilient, spirited person I have ever known, such a fighter. It was my honor to work with Sharon for so many years at Narada. She always did what was right, what was best for the company. My prayers are with your family you always.

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