Ashe, Sharon Lois

Sharon Lois Ashe departed this life on November 6, 2019. Her husband, James Loren Patterson (Jim Easy); her parents, Dorothy H. Flamio, Nicolas R. Flamio and Wallace L. Ashe; and her brother, Wallace H. Ashe (Skip) predeceased her.
Sharon is survived by her almost twin sister Judith Mary Ashe DeVincke; Judith’s daughter Dorothy Sarah DeVincke, her partner Brendan Quinn and their two special children Lenore Margaret and Declan Wallace; Judith’s son Charles Ashe and his wife Linda; her brother Skip’s wife Ann Marie Ashe, their daughter Phaedra Morneault, Phaedra’s partner Roger Theriault, and Phaedra’s children Myranda and Azleigh; Skip & Ann Marie’s daughter and Sharon’s favorite nephew Robert N. Ashe and his partner Gigliola Manrique.
Sharon graduated from the MBA program at the University of Connecticut and worked primarily in areas involving finance at both Cigna and Citigroup. Retiring prior to her 55th birthday to fall in love and travel the world.
Services will be held privately in the Spring. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to The Alzheimer’s Association 225 N. Michigan Ave., Fl. 17, Chicago, IL 60601

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Funeral Service

In the Spring 2020

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Memorial Contribution

The Alzheimer's Association 225 N. Michigan Ave., Fl. 17, Chicago, IL 60601

3 Responses to 'Ashe, Sharon Lois'

  1. Adamses says:

    Dear Judy & Family,

    We remember you girls when you visited grandparents, the Coltons, on Riverview Rd. Our Mom, Peggy, & your Mom were best friends. We remember you when you were helping us on my 55 Ford at Uncle Bill’s body shop bottom of Dividend. Gary & I shoveled the Coltons driveway. One of you I sat next to flying east from Wichita, KS to CT. Can’t remember either you or Sharon. You were afraid of flying & I held your hand to comfort you? Gary & I are in Glastonbury & Old Weth. respectively. Our sympathy to you all. Love Blast from the Past Adams Guys. George Luke & Gary Adams.

  2. marsha muller says:

    Sharon, you were a grand friend I will miss you everyday jeopardy is on. We spent a lot of time together traveling and sailing and you were a traveler par excellent. You saw so much of the world and embraced it in your life.

    “The soul takes flight to the world that is indivisible and thereupon arriving is sure to find bliss and forever dwell in paradise. ” Platos-Republic.

    You will be missed so very much.

  3. Carol lickwar says:

    My heart is so heavy to hear about Sharon. My sixty years of friendship was always exciting due to her love of adventure and the adventures we had together. I always felt I was part of the family. Judy, please call me
    713 789 4575.

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