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received 464727403873507Sharon Elizabeth Collomb (Bottrell)

Sharon was born in Miami, Manitoba on May 17th, 1948, to father Earl Bottrell and Edith Bottrell, who predeceased her. She grew up in a large, loving family with 8 sisters and 4 brothers.

Sharon was a strong lady who had fought through many battles in her life. With the motivation to outlive the year she was given when diagnosed with esophagus cancer, she set many goals to keep herself going. Over this last year, she lived to see her first Great granddaughter born, celebrated her 52nd wedding anniversary and 69th birthday. Sharon gave it a good fight, but she finally had to let go. On the dawn of June 4th, 2017, it was a beautiful sunny morning with Family by her side to help guide her to the Angels hands.

During her 52 years of marriage with Robert Collomb, they had raised 3 children. Sharon took great joy in being a mother and received much satisfaction in seeing her children grow to become successful in their paths in life.

She leaves to mourn Husband; Robert Collomb, Children; Rhonda (Bobby) Daski, Angie (Wayne) Bambridge, Robert (Mercedes) Collomb. She will be sadly missed by her grand-children; Hailee & Kallie Bambridge of Winnipeg, MB, Rayne Moore of Winnipeg, MB, Yolanda Collomb of Wurzburg, Germany and; Great-grand daughter Hayden Banman and; Grand-son in-law Justin Banman of Winnipeg, MB, Along with 5 sisters; Kay Major, Pat Harrison, Darlene Kerfoot, Karen Smale and Kim Bottrell, 3 brothers; Fred Bottrell, Doug Bottrell and Calvin Bottrell and numerous nieces and nephews.

Sharon was predeceased by her parents Earl Bottrell and Edith Bottrell and Sisters; Theona Berethe Bottrell, Shirley Agar, Mildred Rokosh and Brother; Mervyn Bottrell.

Sharon’s wonderful memory for the people and families of those closest to her will be greatly missed.

Many thanks are extended to the staff of Carmen Memorial Hospital, Palliative Care Unit who took great care and kept her comfortable during her final week.

Flowers are gratefully declined. Those that wish may make a contribution in Sharon’s name to the Carmen Memorial Hospital, Palliative Care Unit.

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