Sharron Elizabeth Plummer

April 26, 1947 - May 23, 2024

Funeral Details: Private Family Arrangements

Passed away peacefully at the Bob Rumball Home for the Deaf in Barrie at the age of 77 years.  She was the beloved wife of Richard “Dick” for 55 years.  A devoted mother to Dale, Mark, Derrick, and Martin, and a cherished grandmother to Kennedy, Kentaro, and Elizabeth.  Sharron was a dear sister to John, Robert, Pearl, Kevin, Debbie, and Beverly.  She was like family to many and known for her beautiful smile that could light up a room.

Sharron found joy in taking care of her family and had a special love for children, both her own and others.  She was also an avid cat lover, having them as companions for much of her life.  In accordance with Sharron’s wishes, a private cremation has taken place.

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4 Condolences
  • Peter and Angela Lee
    Posted on: Saturday, May 25, 2024 Reply

    Our thoughts and sincere sympathy are with the Plummer family at this sad time. We will remember Sharon for welcoming, positive and uplifting personality.

  • Steve, Missy & Jocelyn
    Posted on: Saturday, May 25, 2024 Reply

    Aunt Sharron was truly a fabulous lady and will be missed dearly. Sending our love to all of you at this time. Thinking of you.

  • Deborah Edwards
    Posted on: Sunday, May 26, 2024 Reply

    My beautiful sister. Inside and out. Her smile was so memorable, her love of her family, for cats and children was remarkable. She was so many good things rolled into one. She was always there to help anyone who needed anything no matter what. I will forever remember our last visit, I still chuckle about her silliness. That is how I will remember her. So beautiful. So funny and sweet. I will miss you greatly, knowing you were here was always a comfort to me. Life will not be the same without you here. Rest in peace beautiful lady. Love always, Me!

  • Beverley Moreau
    Posted on: Sunday, May 26, 2024 Reply

    Sharron was the best big sister I could have ever asked for. She took care of me every summer and school holidays for as long as I could remember. She taught me many things and helped me when I had my own children. She was like their grandmother and they loved going to visit her. She was kind hearted and always made sure we got together for family functions. She knew everyones birthdays or anniversaries. You could expect a card from her and Dick on those occasions . She made my life more exciting by taking me to places I’ve never been before. She would call me weekly to see how things were going before she got sick or I would call her if she didn’t. I loved her so much and I know she’s with mom and dad now. She definitely deserves to go to heaven and be with our family there. She was an angel for 77 years on earth now she can rest in peace and I’m sure she will be watching over all of us . She’ll be making a place for us to join her and the rest of the family when it’s our time. Love you Sharron R.I.P. sis xoxo until we meet again.

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