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Sharon Ann Samarripa

03/05/1951 - 06/19/2014

Sharon Ann Samarripa passed away unexpectedly in her sleep on the morning of June 19, 2014 at her home in Mesa, Arizona, at the age of 63.

Sharon is predeceased by her father, Donald E. Goodall.

Sharon is survived and lovingly remembered by her beloved husband of 33 years and best friend, Paul. Her son Christopher, his wife Angela and their 4 beautiful daughters. Daughter Christie, and her husband Michael. Her mother Betty, Aunt Lucille, sister Roberta and countless friends.

Sharon was born in Merced, California on March 5, 1951 to her loving parents, Donald and Betty Goodall. Throughout her life she lived in many locations around the United States including Alaska, Texas, and Oregon. She spent the majority of her adult life in Arizona where she met her beloved husband and raised her family.

Sharon was a wonderful daughter, wife, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother and friend. She was warm, compassionate and loved to laugh. She wanted everyone to be happy and would help in any way she could to make that possible. She enjoyed cooking great food, baking, trying new food, music, traveling and most importantly, spending time with her husband and family. She is loved very much and will be missed by all that had the great blessing of being in her life.

The viewing will be held at Bunker’s Garden Chapel, 33 N. Centennial Way on Wednesday, June 25, 2014 from 6-8 PM.

The funeral service will be held at Bunker’s Garden Chapel, 33 N. Centennial Way on Thursday, June 26, 2014 at 10am with Pastor Oden officiating. Burial to follow at 1pm, at National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona, 23029 North CaveCreek Road, Phoenix, AZ 85024.

Dear Mom

I just thought I’d say
I love you and goodbye
We will miss you dearly
I promise I won’t cry.

I will never forget our talks
Conversations on the phone
How happy you were to see me
When I finally came home.

You worried so much about me
I worried about you too
I know this is the hardest thing
We’ve ever had to do.

I know you’ll always be with me
Wherever I will go
No one needs to show me
I will always know.

I don’t know what to do Mom
I never thought I’d loose you
Where I’ll go from here
I still haven’t got a clue.

I hope you’ll watch over me
Be my guiding light
Giving me the strength I need
To win this endless fight.

You’re my guardian angel Mom
Sitting on my shoulder
Whispering your words of wisdom
To use as I get older.

I don’t want to say goodbye
But we’ll meet again someday
We’ll pick up where we left off
Before you went away.

Poem by Mallissa A. Moore


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