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Sharon Siefken

Sharon L. Siefken

Friday, October 8th, 1943 - Friday, January 15th, 2021
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Obituary

Sharon L. Siefken, 77, formerly of Stevensville, passed away Friday, January 15, 2021 in El Paso, Texas.

Private burial will take place where she will be buried with her parents at Spring Arbor Cemetery in Spring Arbor, MI. Arrangements are entrusted to Starks & Menchinger Chapel, St. Joseph. Memorial donations in Sharon’s name may be made to Grace Christian Center, St. Joseph, MI. Those wishing to sign Sharon’s Memory Book online may do so at www.starks-menchinger.com.

Sharon was born October 8, 1943 in Detroit. She graduated from Western High School in Parma, Michigan, Class of 1961. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Adrian College. Sharon was an elementary school teacher in Detroit for 8 years and Benton Harbor Area Schools for 30 years, retiring at age 60. She was a member of Grace Christian Center Church and in her free time enjoyed visiting friends and relatives in the St. Joseph area and her cat, Precious.

Sharon is survived by her sister Carol Levell of El Paso; niece & nephews - Julie (David) Craft, Robert (Anne) Levell, Jerry Levell; and great niece Kylie Levell Craft. She was preceded in death by her parents and brother-in-law Jerry Levell. Her family would like to thank Kathy Shafer for all her help and friendship to Sharon. We are grateful Sharon had such an amazing and loyal friend in her last years before meeting her Heavenly Father.
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Private Burial with her parents will take place at Spring Arbor Cemetery in Spring Arbor, Michigan Memorial donations in Sharon's name may be made to Grace Christian Center Church in St. Joseph.

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Julie Craft

Posted at 03:12pm
To Aunt Sharon from your niece Julie Craft and nephews Robert and Jerry Levell

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Julie L Craft

Posted at 03:08pm
My Aunt Sharon was a lovely lady and a terrific teacher. She loved shopping and nice clothes and she loved her cat, Precious.
And she loved her friends and family in Michigan, especially Kathy Schafer, who helped her in her final years. She visited Sharon every day and took her to doctor's appointments and ice cream. Our family is grateful to Kathy and all of Sharon's friends.
When we moved her down to El Paso to be closer to her sister (my Mom, Carol Levell) she was fortunate enough to live at the Good Life Assisted Living. They did a wonderful job taking care of her.
We love you Aunt Sharon and know you are in a better place in God's home.
Love,
Your niece Julie Levell Craft, husband David Craft and great niece Kylie Craft
JS

Josephine Smith

Posted at 09:11am
With heartfelt sympathy to Sharon's family. Your loss is felt by many. RIP Sharon. We loved you but God loved you best. God bless.
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