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Sharon Ann Dancik

Published: September 19, 2016 11:07 AM

Sharon Ann Dancik, 63, of Stow, OH went to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on August 19, 2016.

Sharon was born in Cleveland, OH to Robert and Dorothy Keim on April 6, 1953 and, at the age of three, asked Jesus to come into her heart. Not only did this mighty woman of God have a 60 year love for Jesus and His wonderous plans but, this woman, Sharon Ann, knew how to pray and get answers!!!

Sharon Ann Dancik

Sharon was a 1971 graduate of Field High School where she acquired her secretarial skills. She went on to earn an accounting degree from Hammel Actual Business College. She was employed by Save 4 Store, AA Blueprint, Carter Lumber, BF Goodrich, B&W, Gojo and, after many years, retired as the pastoral secretary from Word of His Grace Church. She found great pleasure in working from home for the next few years, operating their Vantage Point Purification business. Sharon loved being with her kitties: Calee, Bryndi and Monty-G. She loved being outdoors watching attentively for her favorite bird, the cardinal.

Sharon is survived by her loving husband, Richard; daughter Richelle (Shane) Bender; sons Christian (Reese) Dancik, Michael Dancik and granddaughter Portia Dancik; brother Barry Keim; mother Dorothy Jackson; Uncle Lyle, Aunt Margie; brother/sisters in law George, JoMarie, David, MaryAnn, Rosemary, Nick, and Dorothy; stepmother Lillian Keim and her children Richard, Christopher, Dianne, Kathy, Debbie, Cheryl and Tammie, along with many cousins, friends and neighbors who loved her dearly . She is preceded in death by her father Robert Keim and her stepfather Jim Jackson; in laws George and Dorothy Dancik, along with grandparents, uncles and aunts.

Memorial donations may be made to the family. The family wishes to extend their gratitude to Western Reserve Hospital for their loving care and to the wonderful staff at Laurel Lake for providing a peaceful atmosphere for her best sleep in months. The family wishes to also thank Laura Cappabianca, Renee Compton and Karen Knowles for their continuous love and friendship.

Visitation was held at Redmon Funeral Home, where Pastor John Rasicci conducted services. Burial Silver Springs Cemetery in Stow.

(Redmon Funeral Home 330-688-6631 TE 9-25-16)


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