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In Memory

Sharon Kimberlin (Roedel)

Sharon Kimberlin (Roedel)

Sharon Jean Roedel, 75, of Denver, passed away on Tuesday, September 26.




Sharon was a loving wife to her husband of 51 years, Ray; son, Jeffrey and wife Dawn of Kannapolis; daughter, Susie Wayne and husband Robert of Stanley; grandchildren, Brittany Wayne, Chance Roedel, Andrew Wayne, Emma and Ally Roedel; brothers, Terry Kimberlin of Kenosha, WI; Ronnie of Valmeyer, IL, Jack Kimberlin of Altamont, IL; Kent Kimberly of KY; Larry Kimberlin of Sullivan, IL; sister, Deanna Hovious, Connie Harre of Brownstown, IL and Margaret Luster of Casey, IL.

Sharon was preceded in death by her parents, Monda and G. Ralph Kimberlin of Brownstown, IL; sisters, Juanita Wehrle, Mary Kimberlin; brothers, Johnny, Tommy, Rick and Billy Knight, all from Illinois.

Sharon was a caring person to all who came into contact with her. She will be deeply missed by her family and friends. Her children and grandchildren meant the world to her.

A funeral service will be held at 11 AM Saturday, September 30 at Lake Norman Lutheran Church with Rev. Jeff Marquardt officiating. Visitation will be one hour prior. Burial will follow at Northlake Memorial Gardens in Huntersville.

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09/30/17 06:46 PM #1    

Milton Hagopian

So sorry to here about Sharon's passing, Ray. I know that the Good Lord will give you to means to go on with your plans that he has for you. Rest in Peace, Sharon.  Love Ya, Nubs & Dorothy Hagopian.

10/01/17 08:37 AM #2    

James (Jim) Pierce

Sorry to learn that Sharon had lost her battle with cancer.  Ray and Sharon together, were a wonderful couple, great parents and grandparents, and strong Christians.  I know Sharon and Ray trusted in the Lord during this terrible ordeal, and Sharon remained strong in her faith to the end.  Our sympathies go out to Ray and his family during this difficult time.  Rest in peace Sharon.  Jim & Kris

10/01/17 02:13 PM #3    

Diane Rose (Schaefer)

Ray, deepest sympathy to you and your family on Sharon’s passing.  May sweet memories help you through this sad time.

Bill & Diane

10/01/17 05:08 PM #4    

Sandra Graf (Paulick)

Ray, I am so sorry to hear about your wife's passing.  My deepest sympathy to you and your family at this difficult time. 



10/01/17 06:47 PM #5    

Suzette Arnoldini (Englund)

Ray, Buzz and I were so very sorry to learn of Sharon's passing.  My gosh i can remember the two of you working together at the old Newberry Dime Store downtown when we were in high schoool.  Seems you were together forever, and yet I think probaby the many years you were together seem way too short as you look back.  Losing an almost life long love is painful and the loss hard to comprehend.   Sharon was brave and fearless in her health battle and secure always in the love her husband, famiy and her God.  The loss of a classmate affects all of our class and Shaon will be missed by all who knew her.    

10/02/17 04:13 PM #6    

Dennis Bierdz

I am so sorry about your lost Shipmate. 

we remember the " good old days"....neighborhood friends...prom at Bradford! 

our deepest sypathy for the children and you, 

                      Dennis and Sandy Bierdz



10/03/17 05:19 PM #7    

Carol Kramer (Miller)

Sorry to hear of Sharon's passing.  Peace to those left behind.  Carol Kramer (Miller)

10/05/17 11:28 AM #8    

Henry Hartnek


Just got home from a fishing trip with the Project Healing Waters veterans group. So sorry to hear about Sharon. My sincere condolences. I can remember Sharon helping my sister Phyllis learn to play the clarinet. There were some "interesting" sounds coming from our living room. Please stay in touch. Best regards. Hank


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