Obituary of Sharon Marie Aloi
Sharon Marie Aloi was born on July 16, 1966 in Medford, Massachusetts and died on January, 9, 2020 in La Mesa, California where she lived for last 44 years. She died at the age of 53 after a several year battle with dementia.
Sharon was born to parents as an only child for them born late in their life. They cherished Sharon as a gift. Sharon was inspirational to all that knew her as she overcame the many challenges in her life while keeping such a positive and loving relationship with all that knew her. She cherished her family and friends and brightened their days with her sweet and loving nature. She loved life, pop culture, sports, music and dancing.
Sharon’s loving and caring parents are Marion Catherine Aloi (Hurd) and Daniel (Gaetano) Joseph Aloi of La Mesa, CA, both deceased. Sharon was very lucky to have such loving parents and a large extended family, and she knew it.
Sharon is survived by her Loving Aunt Dorothy Buckel (Dottie) and husband Len of La Mesa, California and Dottie’s' family who loved Sharon and looked out for her after her parents passing. Sharon called Dottie her second mother. Dottie meticulously looked over her as her own making sure she was OK at all times. Sharon is also survived by her Brother Daniel Gregory Aloi from Cromwell, CT and Wife Sandra Marian Aloi (Neenan) who Sharon called sister and cared for Sharon during many annual visits.
Sharon is also survived by loving brother Gregory R. Aloi from Peabody, MA, and loving sister Elaine C. Hommel from Tewksbury, MA. Gregory’s wife Carol (deceased) and Elaine’s husband Robert (deceased) were also very special to Sharon and spent many loving and cherished family occasions with her.
Sharon is also survived by her dozens of nieces, nephews, grand nieces, grand nephews and cousins, of which Sharon made sure to know all their names and asked for current pictures and about their welfare every chance she got. Sharon was survived by several life coaches and assistants who did a wonderful job at giving her the gift at independent life. Included in that list are her wonderful roommates and best friends Shante (deceased) and Cricket.
Arrangements are being provided by Legacy Funeral and Cremation care in La Mesa, California. A memorial service will be held on Thursday, January 23rd, 2020 at 7043 University Ave, La Mesa, CA from the hours of 4 pm to 8 pm. Clergy remarks and prayers will be at 6 pm.
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