1948 — 2014
WAYNESVILLE — Sharon Adele Brock Massaro’s spirit went with Jesus March 2, 2014, awaiting the second coming of Jesus Christ.
Sharon was born Jan. 12, 1948 to Stella T. Edele and George C. Brock in New Haven, Connecticut.
Sharon had the gift of helping those that were in need. She made scarves by knitting or crocheting them to give to strangers, friends, and family members. Sharon leaves behind a true loving friend, Lloyd Young. Sharon worked with Lloyd for years at a business they shared known as Automated Plastic-East, Inc.
Sharon is a member of the Seventh-day Church in Waynesville. She knows her church family and friends will miss her, but she leaves a warm smile and softly says “I love you all. May God be with each of you.”
Sharon leaves to cherish her memories a loving companion, Lloyd Young, of Waynesville; a daughter, Beth (Randy) Lehn, of Woodbridge, Connecticut; a son, David (Arlys) Massaro, of Louisville, Kentucky; a former son-in-law, Todd F. White, of Millford, Connecticut, who is the father of her grandsons, Boston and Macallan; and former son-in-law, Norman Schaaf, who is the father of her granddaughters, Summer and Lexey-Grace. Six grandchildren, Macallan Brock White, Boston Delaney White, Summer Epermy Schaaf, Lexey-Grace Soleit Schaaf, Gabriel Kayden Massaro and Xavier Stone Massaro; a sister, Sharlene Heffron, of Durham, Connecticut; and an aunt, Carrie Amos Higbeen, of Starke, Florida. I leave love and memories to all my remaining family members.
Sharon sends many blessings and thanks to her special friends who tenderly cared for her during her illness — Emma Kelly, of Rocky Point, Rosa Smith, of Asheville and Deanna Bell, of Waynesville. To all the staff of CarePartners and the Mission Hospital System, I thank you for the loving care you gave me at the hospice center.
A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, March 7, at Waynesville SDA Church with pastor Tim K. Sheridan officiating.
Condolences may be made to the family at www.AshevilleMortuaryServices.com.