Sharon Rosann (Pleasure) Fleak, 70, handed away within the early hours of August 5, 2023, stubbornly guaranteeing that she reached 50 years of wedded bliss with the love of her life, Wayne Fleak. She was born in St. Clair, Michigan, on January 8, 1953, to Cecil Warren Pleasure and Donna Carol Adams.
She was an avid crafter and gardener and beloved nothing greater than to observe the birds and butterflies who flocked to her gardens. Her love of the outside included many fishing journeys to Lake Murray, SC, with family and friends and fishing our native creeks and rivers. Her love of the Sugarcreek Amish Nation meant many journeys with family and friends over time shopping for crafts and antiques. That love of antiques was shared together with her husband and have become a good larger a part of their lives after they retired, spending time looking for treasures at yard gross sales, auctions, and flea markets. The Longest Yard Sale grew to become their yearly custom to have fun their anniversary. She beloved to journey and shared adventures all around the US with family and friends.
Household was extremely necessary to Sharon, and she or he beloved nothing higher than spending time with them. She leaves behind her husband, Wayne, daughters Stacy Taylor and Lisa Fleak, and the son she by no means knew she wished, Justin Taylor, who gave her two wonderful grandchildren, Bowen and Brennan Taylor. Her brothers: Gary (Judy) Pleasure, Warren (Marion) Pleasure, Mike (Melinda) Pleasure and Steve (Eva) Pleasure. Many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and their households. Her Eternally Associates; Loretta (Ed), Brenda (Tim), Pleasure (Tom), Faye (Roy) Dora (Rick), Peggy and Dianna. And her fixed companion for the previous few years, her canine Tess.
She was preceded in dying by her dad and mom Cecil and Carol Pleasure and grandparents Floyd and Cynthia Pleasure and Roy and Nina Adams.
In lieu of flowers her household asks that you simply dangle a birdhouse or wind chime at your property in remembrance.
Funeral providers shall be 1 P.M. Wednesday August 9, 2023, at Sundown Memorial Funeral House. Burial will comply with at Sundown Reminiscence Gardens. Visitation shall be two hours previous to the service on Wednesday from 11 A.M. to 1 P.M. on the funeral house. A web based guestbook for condolences is accessible at www.sunsetparkersburg.com.
Sundown Memorial Funeral House is honored to help the Fleak household.