Sharleen Fredeen

Sharleen Fredeen Obituary


Age - 78


October 7, 2023


Flin Flon, MB

Predeceased by: (Father) Norman, (Mother) Lula, (Sisters) Merna, Billie (Bob) Boda (Bob), Carole, and brother Bing (Shirley) Survived by: Eugene (Gene) Fredeen, (Sister) Colleen (Frank) and several nieces and nephews Sharry was a member of the Comox Seniors' Centre and Comox Volkssport Walking Group Sharry was an employee of the CIBC for several years Sharry's hobbies were baking, gardening, ceramics, needle point, and cross stitch, and making our house a home Sharry was a wonderful loving, loyal, kind, generous, creative, and caring individual whom was always willing to reach out to others When we lived in Santiago, Chile Sharry volunteered at the orphanage Monday through Friday for three years That was the highlight of her stay in Santiago In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, or the Heart Foundation A "Celebration of Life for Sharry" was held at the Comox Seniors' Centre on September 30, 2023 form 1:30pm to 3:30pm I would like to thank the nursing staff and Dr Robinson-More on 2T and 3C at the North Island Regional Hosptial (Comox Valley) and the nursing staff, councillors and Dr Fehlau at The Ocean Front Villiage Hospice A very big thank you to our family doctor Dr Howard for walking Sharry and I through this very difficult time Thank you to Robert Schaffler and the team at Comox Valley Funeral Home for your kindness and professionalism

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