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Sharon Lynn White

October 29, 1968 ~ December 26, 2018 (age 50)

Sharon Lynn White was 50 years young. Born in 1968 went to paradise in 2018

Sharon White was the most beautiful woman I’d ever seen. I first met her at a show my band was doing at Sadie Rene’s in Canton Ohio. Her brother, who was the guitar player in the band at the time, announced on stage that she (his sister) was in the audience that night. The Spotlight shined directly on her and that’s when I knew I would spend the rest of my life with her. It truly was love at first sight. That was May 30th 1995. We were so in love with each other, we decided to get married and officially spend the rest of our lives together as one. 

We were married Dec. 30th 1995 at Akron Bible Church. Since then we’ve renewed our vows at ABC, every 10 years. It’s rare nowadays but we loved each other just as much today as we did 23 years ago. Sharon was saved, and gave her heart to the Lord during our marriage counseling with my Uncle Howard Duma. She loved Jesus and lived her life accordingly. We know she’s in Heaven with Jesus right now. She closed her eyes, and went to sleep peacefully, and woke up in paradise. We can’t wait to see her again, and we have the hope and assurance that we will get to see her again, and live out all eternity with our loved ones and Jesus.  

On June 4th 1996, the Lord blessed Sharon and I with the most wonderful son any one could ask for. And Sharon’s actual real life dream had come true. She had a loving husband and child, and a family of her own. That really was all she wanted out of life. Our son Trent White Jr grew up to be a very loving, caring, and beautifully spirited young man just like his mom. We’re very proud of him. And I say we’re because I know Sharon is looking down on us all and is still very proud of the young man her son has become. I know Sharon is looking forward to us joining her in paradise for all eternity.    

My wife and TJ’s mom was and still is the most gorgeous woman in the world both inside and outside. We will miss her so very very much. We also both long for the day we can meet up with her again in Heaven. We Love you Sharon (Mimi, that’s what TJ always called her since he could talk.) And we’ll see you again someday. Have fun and goodbye…just for now.

Her life verse was Matthew 6:19-21. Calling hours will be held from 10-11 AM followed by an 11 AM memorial service on January 4, 2019 at Akron Bible Church 783 Brown St. Akron, OH 44311. Services entrusted to Clifford-Shoemaker Funeral Home and Crematory, 330-928-2147.

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