Sharon Sue Runyan
December 12, 1949 - April 28, 2019
Esmond Evergreen Cemetery
1:00 pm Wednesday, May 1, 2019 at Esmond-Evergreen Cemetery
Sharon Sue Runyan, age 69, of Hale, MI, passed away at her home on Sunday, April 28, 2019. She was born on December 12, 1949 in Detroit. She spent most of her entire life in the Hale area. She was a homemaker who loved to knit blankets, read, work in her yard and enjoy time with her family. Sharon had worked hard at various places around Hale such as T & T Country Meats and Alward’s Market.
Sharon is survived by her sons, Danny (Regina) Ellsworth of Glennie, Darren (April) Ellsworth of Hale; grandchildren, Chenoa Ellsworth of OH, Savannah (Nick) Adkins of Hale, Gabby Ellsworth of Hale; great grandson, Benjamin Ellsworth of Glennie; brothers, Gary (Vickie) Runyan of Ferndale, Davie Runyan of Hale; many nieces & nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents David & Betty (Rehil) Runyan.
A graveside service will be held on Wednesday, May 1, 2019 at 1:00 pm at the Esmond-Evergreen Cemetery in Hale. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.bureshfuneralhomes.com.
I haven’t seen your mother in a few years but will always remember her as a very nice person. She used to babysit my kids and they really liked her as their babysitter. I’m sure her family will miss her.
— Darlene (Eno) Westbrook
Danny and Darren, I am so sorry to hear this. I always loved your mom. Whenever I would run into her, she always asked how I was and how my family was. She will be dearly missed. Sending thoughts and prayers your way.
— Becky Landis Tumminello
The O'Connor family sends your family our deepest condolences. Our daughter Lily used to call her "Sheri baby " when she was little. She was a great friend of ours. We're going to miss her very much. Rest in peace our special friend. We love you very much.
— Karen O'CONNOR
So sorry to hear of Sherie (that's What we called her in school) passing, I went to school with her and she was always very nice, seen her some years ago, when a few of us got together. May she rest in peace.
— Susan (Murray) Osborne
Darren and Danny I am so sorry I was out of town and could not be with you. Your mother I loved she thought me so much about canning and how to stack dishes so I did not have to dry any at all lol I still have the baby blanket she knitted Betty when she was a baby and will cherish it forever my heart it sad for you both and your children love you both to the Moon and back.
— Aunt Marion