North Muskegon, Michigan
Sharon Louise Mooney, age 75, passed away Saturday, November 14, 2020. She was born in Muskegon, MI on December 22, 1944 to Donald & Mary(Starr) Mooney and married Robert Hovey on October 5, 2006. Ms Mooney was a graduate of Michigan State University had been a Vocal Music Teacher for several area school districts including Whitehall, Reeths Puffer and North Muskegon. Sharon enjoyed participating in the Live Strong Group at the YFCA.
Husband Robert Hovey of Muskegon, Daughter Stephanie Smith of Muskegon; 2 sisters Donna Welch, Shirley (Robert) Lenz; brother Steven (Shirley) Mooney; several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by siblings Ruth Beechum, Mickey Mooney and Virginia Pawlowski.
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Sharon was a passionate music educator and a generous caring colleague. The positive effects of her life work will live on in the hundreds of musical lives she help shape.
I love you!!!
“Music is a more potent instrument than any other for education, because rhythm and harmony find their way into the inward places of the soul. ” What beautiful words by Plato.
I will always remember my aunts love for music ,and how giving she was.
My heart and soul goes out to Sharon's family ... and friends. I have known Sharon since elementary school and found her to be a phenomenal, talented teacher and friend. What a gorgeous soul. I was blessed to having taught Stephanie and my heart so goes out to her. May Sharon's family and friends be filled with the joy and filled with the wonderful memories that Sharon shared with us. Sharon's spirit lives on.
I’m s sorry to hear is Sharon’s passing. I worked with her at Reeths-Puffer Central Elementary. I remember her big smile!
Sharon ... my heart also hurts to write this. As you are/were such a love. Our world needs you. As a woman who gives/gave such light to others, we need you. We miss you. And will continue to miss Sharon, as she gives/gave so generously of the love and joy that she had in abundance. Of course she was human, yet, she made you feel that you were the only one who mattered when you were with her. This is such a rare quality in someone. I am blessed to have known Sharon, to call her my friend. In her memory...I will try to pass along light & joy: like Sharon did. My love to all who grieve with me, and especially to Stephanie and Robert. Peace be with you.
Sharon brought light and caring to every contact we had. I especially treasure the bus trip to Chicago with Stephanie and Sharon—so glad to have that opportunity to get to know both better. Our Neal /McGuigan family send out gratitude for Sharon’s life and sympathy to her family
It makes my heart hurt to even write this. Sharon, I am so glad to have had the chance to get to know you and your wonderful daughter. You two have brought so much joy over the years. I am going to miss our chats, your smiling face and your contagious positivity. I don't think you'll ever know how many you times you brightened my day. You will be missed!
I am so sorry to hear of this death. Sharon impacted many people's lives She will be greatly missed.