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Sharon Lee Gash

November 16, 1946 November 24, 2018
Sharon Lee Gash
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Obituary for Sharon Lee Gash

Sharon Lee (Whisler) Gash, a beloved wife, mother and grandmother, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on November 24, 2018 after a long illness. She was born on November 16, 1946 in Denver Colorado to Martha Edmonson and Carl Whisler. Graduating in 1968 from Loretto Heights College in Denver with Bachelor of Science in Nursing, she married her husband Don M. Gash for what would become 50 years of loving partnership in celebrating life. Following her husband in his career, Sharon worked as an RN in Emergency Rooms, Intensive Care Units, and Clinics in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, California, New York and Kentucky. She was dedicated to her family, community and church, volunteering her time to many organizations to help others. She used her love for quilting to make quilts for newborns, and abused children and gifts to family and friends. Sharon is survived by her husband Don, daughter Sheryl McGill (Curtis), son Clelland Gash (Crystal), and grandchildren Caden McGill, Darby McGill, Joanna McGill and Berkley Gash. A Memorial Service will be held at Central Christian Church in Lexington at 2:00 pm with a reception following on Saturday, December 1st. In lieu of flowers, the family requests contributions to the Central Music Academy (, a non-profit music school providing free music instruction to economically-disadvantaged children that has helped many on their journey to maturity.
Care Cremation and Funeral Service are entrusted with final care.

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