Sharon Fnukal

A photo of Sharon Fnukal


A Celebration of Life will be held in Nova Scotia

Sharon Ann Fnukal (Werry) 67, passed away April 14, 2019 in Blenheim Ontario.

Sharon was born in Lower Saxville, Nova Scotia on May 21 1951, she was the loving daughter of Jack and Violet Werry.

Sharon is survived by her loving husband Joesph Fnukal. Her three children that she adored Danielle Mayhew (Allan Johnston), James Mayhew (Justina Young) and Jason Mayhew.  Her grandchildren that she loved with all her heart Kyler Johnston, Tad Johnston and Nabryah Mayhew. Her father Jack Werry and siblings Jack Werry, Kathy Boulaine and Lisa Werry.  As well as her many nieces and nephews.

Sharon was a loving caregiver to many children. They will miss her dearly. She loved to go on outings with her girlfriends, morning chats over coffee, spending time with her loved ones and reading.

Sharon’s request was to be cremated and hold a celebration of life. She will be laid to rest in Nova Scotia where her heart has always been.

Donations can be made to the Canadian Lung Association.

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It is with heavy hearts we heard of Sharon's sudden passing. Joe - you and Sharon took amazing care of our kids for 10 years and kept them close to your hearts like they were your own. We will be forever grateful for everything you both have done for us. She was a wonderful person with a huge heart. Beth, Rick, Evan, Colleen and Lydia ( aka your Bugs) Hall

Wes and I enjoyed our time with you, most recently the super fun night at the concert! We will always think of you when we hear Johnny Reid! You will be missed. Condolences to Joe and your family.

So sorry to hear of Sharon ‘s passing. I was fortunate to have had a good visit with her on Friday evening. She cared very deeply for our grandchildren whom she looked after for a good many years. RIP Sharon.

Our sincere condolences go out to Sharon's family. This comes to such a shock to us, she stood in our doorway on Friday and picked up tickets and a CD for Scott Woods that she won. She was so excited that she was finally going to see a Scott Woods show and now bless her soul she never will. She was such a kind hearted women, the second ticket was for the women who helped take care of Joe I believe. We will miss Sharon very much. Thoughts and Prayers are sent to the family. R.I.P. Sharon until we meet again. Mary & James

Joe and families, Such a shock to hear this sadness about such a kind and caring lady. Both you and Sharon were angels from Heaven, when you looked after our Grandchildren. We all will miss Sharon scooting around town. May you find comfort in your precious memories. Ted and Brenda.

Joe and The rest of The Fnukal and Mayhew Family. This news saddens me. I had many laughs with Sharon and she was very kind hearted. Blenheim coffee shops will miss her.