Sharon K. Schiefer
Fund Type: Family SupportVirginia Beach, VA
Fundraiser ends on September 03, 2017
Sharon Kay Schiefer had decided to make a move from where she was living in West Virginia to Virginia to be with her son Joshua David. She had made the move and was only with her son less than a week when she passed away.
She had a lot of medical issues but the family did not expect it to happen this quick, as she was only the young age of 55. She had 'a beautiful soul as was such a free spirit' as the family had put it. Sharon struggled a lot in life but always stayed on her feet and pushed through. Her medical issues caught up with her that led her to pass away at such a young age.
After passing, she had her eyes donated, in which she had given the sight to two people. Although she had struggled, her heart was to others.
Left to carry out her final wishes is her son. He is struggling as well. Not only in his emotions but finances as well. To lose a mother at such a young age is heartbreaking enough.
If anyone can find it in their heart to donate to help the family, especially for her son Joshua David Black, who is struggling himself, he would like to thank each and everyone of you in advance. If you can not donate at this time, please share and spread the word.
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Cremation Society of Virginia
5265 Providence Rd. #104Virginia Beach, VA 23464
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