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Sharon S. Robbins

  • On February 4, 2021
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Sharon S. Robbins, age 57, of Naples, FL formerly of Upper St. Clair, was called to glory on January 29, 2021.

Born on May 4, 1963, she was the daughter of the late Kathleen and Jerry Robbins.

Loving mother of Moira and Daniel; cherished sister of Linda (the late Blaise) Donolo; Goddaughter of Carol J. Mueller; and dear aunt of Joshua, Nathan (Abigail) and Caleb Donolo.

Sharon was an entrepreneur who owned her own deli on Marco Island, FL. She had a smile and a laugh that brought joy to those around her. She loved her children, family, friends deeply. Sharon, you will live on in our hearts and memories until we meet again.

Family and friends are welcome to a memorial service on Friday, February 12, 2021 at 11 am at Ruthfred Lutheran Church, 3401 South Park Rd., Bethel Park, PA 15102.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made AFTD Association at theft.org or to Ruthfred Lutheran Church.

Please view and sign the family’s online guestbook at pittsburghcremation.com.

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9 Comments

Patti Thorsen
Moira and Daniel, My thoughts and prayers are with you. Your Mom was a wonderful lady who I was always so happy to be around. Her smile, her laugh and her unselfish desire to help others was unwavering. We shared so many talks about being raised in Pittsburgh. My continued prayers for you both.
Andy Hayward
Such a short time ago we were all together during the time of my father’s passing. Unthinkable news, love you Sharon, will miss your warmth and compassion, rest in ever loving peace.
Sondra Barchard
This beautiful soul had me at hello and now it's time to say goodbye. Moira and Daniel you are blessed to have had her but she was even more blessed to have had you. Sharon and I laughed until we cried and cried until we laughed. She called me Spunky and I called her Digger. We did things together that only kids ever do. We rolled in the sand on the beach at midnight, jumped in the pool together on the coldest day of the year, tried to outdo each other with shots of tequila (always with an orange, never with a lime) and laid in the grass together looking up at stars. I will miss her and I'll keep crying until I laugh. Sincerest condolences to all who loved her.
Tisa Garcia-Lynn
To Sharon's family, I am so sorry for your loss. I have great memories of our time together as young girls. Riding bikes in the neighborhood, going to your grandparent cabin in the mountains, and our first girl boy party at your home. Surprising years ago we bumped into one another at the Chicago fancy food show and we had a great time that weekend. She hold a special place in my heart. With much love, Tisa Garcia-Lynn.
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