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Sharon Louise (Brown) Wilcox

May 12, 1949 ~ January 30, 2019 (age 69)

Sharon Louise Wilcox, 69 of Bruceton Mills passed away Wednesday, January 30, 2019 at J W Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown.

She was born May 12, 1949, in Maryland, the daughter of the late Elbert M. and Katherine Pelkethley Brown.

She was a homemaker, a graduate of Bladensburg High School, Class of 1967, loved to knit afghans, loved her animals and being outdoors.

She leaves behind by her companion of 26 years, James Swope; her daughter, Kimberlie Arnuero and husband Sergio and her five grandchildren,

Sharon was also preceded in death by two sisters, Shirley and Kay.

In remembrance of my mother:

This week you went home. Mom you are such a beautiful woman....so genuine, hardworking, loving, and kind to everyone.

 You taught me to love Jesus, singing "Jesus Loves Me" every chance you got. You taught Sunday school and helped out at my school often. You taught me about canning, to garden, to kill and process chickens and ducks, to make butter and homemade bread and much more.

 We always walked up to the corner store and you only ever bought milk, sugar, and flour. I realize what a blessing that is now that I have my own family.

 Every day, you would count down the time until Dad got home, reminding me that he'll be home soon....You loved him with a deep, unending love and oh how Dad loved you. What a blessing it is that you both got to talk to each other, express your love for one another, and forgive one another before he passed away.

 You taught me how to live simply and be thankful for what you have. You taught me how to crochet blankets, how to make clothing and pot holders. You loved everyone and are such a compassionate person who taught me how very important family is. We know you're with God now, in His arms, not suffering, sick or sad anymore. We all love you and miss you. We'll see you again someday. I love you so very, very much and may the good Lord always bless and keep you. You are survived by 5 grandkids, and your daughter and son-in-law. Love you

Sharon will be laid to rest with her parents in the Fort Lincoln Cemetery in Brentwood, MD.

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