Sharon Romigh Miller, born the 10th day of July 1960, lost her courageous battle on September 13th, 2018. She retired from the Stark county MRDD, after a small stint as a flight attendant to fulfill her love of travel. Sharon’s love for her grandchildren AJ, Jack, and Lydia, showed no bounds for they were her heart and joy. She leaves behind her daughter Nicole Miller (John), partner Tony Schooley, sister Mickey Shook (Doug), sister Cynthia Dowell (Tom), and many nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by parents, Dick and Nancy Romigh, and brother Ted Romigh.
The family would like to send a special thank you to Lori Pecoraro for her infinite patience and kindness as she cared for Sharon.
Sharon’s family will receive friends Tuesday, September 18th, from 5-7 pm at the Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home in Louisville. A service Celebrating her life will be held Wednesday, September 19th, at 11:00 a.m. at Beacon of Hope, 1101 E. Main St. Louisville, Ohio 44641. In lieu of flowers donations will be accepted for Camp Bethany and Radial Church through Beacon of Hope. Condolences can be shared with the family online at www.paqueletfalk.com.
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My Sharona, I will miss you smile and zest for life. NOBODY can fight like you did Sharona. Thanks for being a part of our lives!! Love you sharona❤
I am so sorry. I had pleasure of working with her at Stark DD. She was a wonderful person, and a great specialist who really cared about her clients. My heartfelt sympathy to her family and friends.
What can be said? I’m so saddened to hear about this. I pray for all of you to have peace in your heart and hold fast to the many beautiful memories you all share. God Bless.
So very sorry for your lost of a very great and kind person rest in peace Sharon
So sorry to hear the sad news about Sharon. I have great memories of her and Ted at camp Bethany! My sincerest condolences to Mickey and Cindy and families ?Deepest Sympathy
What a privilege to get to know Sharon and be part of her life. My heart is heavy for those who loved her as there will always be a void that can not replace her. She fought so hard and I am grateful that the struggle is over. Praying for comfort for all of her family and friends.
Her friends and Family loved her. In life you can’t ask for much more than that. RIP girl,
Our sympathy to the family and friends. We are so sorry for the loss,she will be missed by all who knew her.
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Worked with Sharon over at Eastgate Workshop,, I will never forget how she made us laugh,, and that smile of hers.. So very sad, so very young,, and full of life… May she now rest in the arms of our Lord and the family find peace with the passing of time…
Scott and want to Express our deepest sympathy to Sharon’s family and friends! Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Nicole, thank you for inviting me to come visit Sharon last week. It was a wonderful visit and I know she is in heaven now.
Cindy, Mickey and family, we’re so sorry for your loss of Sharon! Although I hadn’t seen her in years, I’ll never forget her sweet smile and laugh! She had a love of life that you all inherited from your parents! May she rest peacefully with them now!
I just heard of Sharon’s passing. She and I were friends at Camp Bethany in high school and she was such a kind person. May she Rest In Peace in the loving arms of her Heavenly Father.
I Miss You? I Hope You My Sympathy! Rest In Peace! I Hope You Are In A Better Place? And Wishing In Jesus Most Holy Name And Savior Name Amen?
I Am Sorry For The Loss?