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Sharon Michelle Pasach

March 24, 1955 — December 2, 2023

Sharon Michelle Pasach

Sharon Michelle Pasach born in Miami, on April 27 1955 died on December 2 2023 in  Tampa at the age of 68 she is survived by her Siblings Lloyd Pasach and his spouse Val Mendoza, her sister Margaret Costa and her spouse Mario Costa her stepsister Gladys Baxley and Gladys’s son Aiden Baxley, her Nieces Emily and Alyssa Costa and dedicated friend Brenna. and throughout her life, she touched the hearts of those around her with her kindness, passion, and love.
Sharon's journey through life was marked by her deep connection to animals. From her childhood days playing with her dog Happy-Jack in Deana's backyard to the moments she shared cat pictures and memes with her nieces and dear friend Brenna, Sharon's love for animals was a constant thread in the tapestry of her life. She not only enjoyed the companionship of animals but also dedicated herself to their well-being, contributing to animal rescue and supporting causes that championed the humane treatment of creatures big and small.
In her professional life, Sharon obtained a certification in data processing from Hillsborough Community College and worked for companies involved in credit card services and telemarketing. Her commitment to excellence and hard work was evident throughout her career, leaving an indelible mark on the organizations she served.
Beyond her work, Sharon had a multitude of interests and hobbies that enriched her life and the lives of those around her. An avid fan of The Great British Baking Show, Man from UNCLE, Get Smart, and Dr. Who, she immersed herself in the worlds of fantasy, literature, and television. Her love for Star Wars and fantasy novels, particularly the works of Terry Brooks, showcased her vibrant imagination and passion for storytelling.
Sharon's social circle expanded through shared hobbies and interests. She was a proud member of a Dungeons and Dragons group where she formed a lasting friendship with Brenna. Their shared love for fantasy and storytelling led them to join a writing group at the library, where Sharon recently embarked on the journey of writing her own fantasy novel and rediscovered her love for poetry. Her poems were a small but clear and persistent voice, expressing her concerns about political trends, book bans, and the anti-LGBTQ agenda, reflecting her deep commitment to justice and equality.
The arts played a significant role in Sharon's life, and she reveled in the magic of musical theatre, frequently attending traveling Broadway shows. Her eclectic tastes and vast vocabulary showcased her intellectual curiosity and passion for learning.
In addition to her diverse interests, Sharon was known for her sugar cookies and of her famous chili. Her scrambled eggs were legendary, and never runny.
As we bid farewell to Sharon, let us remember her for the love she shared, the passions she pursued, and the impact she made on the lives of those fortunate enough to know her. May her spirit live on in the stories, memories, and shared moments that will forever remain in our hearts. Rest in peace, dear Sharon Pasach.

A graveside service for Sharon will take place Friday, December 8th, 1PM at Myrtle Hill Memorial Park Cemetery in Tampa. You can live-stream the service here. Password: SEGAL2023 (all caps)

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Graveside Service

Friday, December 8, 2023

1:00 - 2:00 pm (Eastern time)

Myrtle Hill Memorial Park

4207 E Lake Ave, Tampa, FL 33610

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