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Shari A. Hamilton-Wilson
April 28, 1961 ~ July 26, 2023 (age 62) 62 Years Old
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In loving memory: Shari A. Hamilton- Wilson
It is with heavy hearts we announce the passing of Shari A. Hamilton- Wilson, 62, of New Columbia, on July 26th 2023 at 7:29am.
She was born on April 28, 1961, a daughter of Alberta (Hamm) Hamilton and Norman Hamilton. She married Donald Wilson on August 22, 2002. Together they celebrated 22 years of marriage.
Shari a beautiful woman and a beautiful mother, with the most ice blue eyes anyone could ever have. She was a beloved Mother, Grandmother, Wife, Sibling and a dear friend to all.
Surviving in addition to her husband are her seven children, John Harvey (Jen), Michael Harvey, Timothy Harvey (Kristen), Christian Wilson, Kerstin Green, Elizabeth Green and “Cassey” Echo Williams (Tristan); 16 grandchildren, Timmy, Isaiah(Hailey), Elijah, Zach, Malachi, Brennan, Zoey, Peyton, Dylon, Easton, Josh, Judith, Eric, Nevaeh, Kinsley and Noah; eight siblings, Charles, Norman, Larry, Lonnie, Paul, Wayne, Sarah and Bobbi; and many nieces, nephews and others.
Shari was loving and dear, even when mad at someone she made sure to tell them she loved them. Shari was an amazing person altogether and a wonderful mother at that.
She was the type of person to lift your spirits on the darkest days. Shari really tried to care for everyone, even while she was battling cancer.
We find peace in knowing Shari is with the lord and in no pain and is no longer suffering. She will live on, in our hearts and memories. Shari is loved and will continue to be missed by many.
With love and remembrance The Hamilton and Wilson family.
“We are travelers on a journey, in the end, we’ll find our way home, and in the memories that we leave behind, We will live on.”