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Roy SharonROY, Sharon Carol Diane (nee BOAST)    -  June 16, 1943 - October 25, 2022

In loving memory of Sharon Carol Diane Roy (neé Boast), who passed away on October 25, 2022, surrounded by loved ones in the comfort of her home.

Sharon touched the lives of many, and was a beloved daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother and friend to those around her. Daughter of the late Thomas and Bernice Boast.

Sharon is survived by her husband and best friend, Richard. Together, they have two children, Jill and Kevin (Kristine).

Beloved mother-in-law to Karen and Michael. She is fondly remembered by her six siblings, nieces, nephews and cousins. 

Sharon was a proud and devoted Nana to Natasha (Liam), Ally, Tristan and Claudia.

They will continue to cherish the wonderful combination of the warmth, kindness, laughter, and endless love that she filled their lives with. Just as many as the lives she touched are the pieces of her legacy that she leaves behind.

Her sense of humor and quick wit was renowned and refreshingly honest. 

Sharon lived fully, investing herself into those around her and pouring beauty into everything she touched.

Sharon will be dearly missed and her legacy will live on through her family and friends, and through the incomparable impact she had on them all.

Sharon's family extends their deepest thanks to Joanne Matte, Maki Tanimoto, the staff at Bayshore Nursing and Care Partners for their kindness and support.

As well as to Sharon's cherished younger sister, Sherri, who supported her in her final days.

Celebration of Life to follow in the Spring.