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Sharon Kay RosnikJune 13, 1941 ~ August 17, 2017 (age 76)
Sharon Rosnik, 76, of Parker, passed away peacefully on August 17, 2017.
Loving Wife of 50 years to the late Dr. John C. Rosnik, DDS. Also survived by Children, John, Jody, Roy, Shelly, Roger, Grandchildren, Sonja, Allison, John, Krystal, Kaylie (deceased), Chelsea, Alexandra, Holly, Samantha, Kendra, Joseph, Jenna, and Great Grandchildren, Carly and Tristan
Services Saturday, September 16, 2017:
1:00 pm Memorial Service - Joy Lutheran Church, 7051 Parker Hills Ct., Parker, CO 80138. Memory Cards will be provided so that you may share your favorite memory with family and friends.
2:00 pm Graveside Service - J S Parker Cemetary,10375 S. Parker Rd., Parker, CO 80134. Feel free to go directly to Shelly's home for the Celebration of Life if you do not want to attend the Graveside Service.
2:00 pm Celebration of Life - Shelly's home, 7375 Alpine Dr., Parker, CO 80134. Square Dancing, Canasta, and Margarita Fiesta! There will be a professional square dance caller so any level from beginner to experienced square dancers can participate. Canasta tables will be ready for all players looking to play and/or learn. Gram's favorite Margarita Bar will showcase all of her recipes! The afternoon and evening is fully catered with a full bar.
Mom loved and cared deeply about the birds and their habitat! In lieu of food, flowers, or any other kind of contribution, please donate generously to the National Audubon Society, https://action.audubon.org/donate/make-tribute-gift?ms=s_src-2015_AUDHP_topbanner_button-menu- or bring a check made payable to National Audubon Society and in the memo write Sharon Kay Rosnik and we will mail donations for you.
Sharon was born on June 13, 1941 in Little Rock, Arkansas to David Cecil Roe and Maxine Laverne Roe (Haneline). Sharon grew up around the world, attending twenty different schools starting her early schooling in Japan and ending them in Italy where she graduated.
Sharon went on to begin nurses training in Kansas, but fell in love and married her soulmate John in 1959 and was married August 26, 1960. They were married at the Second Presbyterian Church in Kansas City, Missouri.
After John passed the dental board, Sharon followed him to Colorado where they would share the next 50 years together. They started their married life in Denver, Colorado, but shortly bought their family home in Parker, Colorado in 1971. Here they would raise their family and entertain often.
Sharon loved life. She was very active in her children’s lives from coaching baseball to being a 4H Leader, Girl Scout Leader, and Den Mother among many other activities. Once her children were raised she and John were passionate about Square Dancing with the Happy Hobos and Parker Squares, camping with the Over the Hill Gang in their RV around Colorado and eventually becoming Winter Texans. But that still didn’t cover her many other passions, such as, birding, entertaining, cooking and quilting. Sharon was never bored and loved to take on new adventures throughout her many life stages.
Sharon left a lasting memory on all she met. She was amazing at making sure everyone had full bellies and a good time while visiting with her. Sharon was a friend, mother, and grandmother to anyone who was lucky enough to meet her. She will be truly missed.