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Asuchak, Sharon

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Sharon Asuchak beloved wife of Robbie Asuchak passed away after a lengthy illness on Thursday, Feb. 26. 2015, at the age of 61 years.
Besides her loving husband and soul mate Robbie, Sharon will be lovingly remembered by her daughters Deanna (James) Jenkins and Jennifer (Mike) Schaaf; her son Robbie (Tara) Asuchak; seven grandchildren, Abigail, Jayden, Trac and Race Jenkins, Shaelyn and Brayden Asuchak and Corbin Schaaf; two sisters, Karen Dillon and Kim Herter; mother-in-law Dorothy Asuchak; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
Sharon was predeceased by her parents John and Erva Herter; father-in-law Mike Asuchak; brothers Bob Herter and Terry Herter; sister-in-law Adrian Herter; and brothers-in-law Pat Dillon, Randy Asuchak and John MacNeill.
Sharon was born on Jan. 3, 1954 in Maple Creek, Sask. to John and Erva Herter.
Sharon was an accomplished loans officer at the Alberta Treasury Branch and also at the Scotia Bank.
Sharon loved cooking for her family. She enjoyed the big family gatherings and her favourite day of the week was Sunday, when the whole family came together at her house for Sunday dinner.
Sharon loved spending time with her family especially her grandchildren. They were her pride and joy. She loved teaching them all sorts of life skills and enjoyed going to all their activities.
Sharon loved her husband Robbie with every ounce of her being. Every move she made and every step she took was to be a wonderful wife to Robbie and a wonderful mom to Deanna, Robbie, and Jennifer, Mike, and Tara. There was no decision made by her husband, kids, or grandkids that didn’t involve her input. Often we told our kids, “Grandma’s just like God, she knows everything,” and we know if she didn’t know she would find out for us no matter what it was.
Sharon also loved working in her flower beds and garden. She loved sitting on her rocking chair in the backyard and watching her flowers grow.
Sharon’s favourite things in life and what she called her greatest accomplishments are her children and grandchildren. “Mom and Grandma, we are all going to miss you and we love you so much.”

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