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Schleich, Sharon Lee Vera (Means), Age 80

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Date of Birth: 12/1/1936

Date of Death: 12/24/2016

Services: Thursday 10:30AM at St. Pius X Catholic Church, 6905 Blondo St, Omaha, Nebraska 68104.

Visitation: Wednesday 5:00PM - 7:00PM at John A. Gentleman Mortuaries, 72nd Street Chapel, 1010 N. 72nd Street, Omaha, Nebraska  68114.

Memorials: In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the family for donation to Sharon's favorite charities.

After a long and courageous battle with multiple medical conditions, our beloved wife, mother, nana and friend to many was called home to heaven. Sharon, 80, lived all her life in Omaha and was an active member of St. Pius X Catholic Church for over 50 years. After graduating Central High School, she became a cosmetologist and later worked for an anesthesiologist billing office.

Sharon is preceded in death by parents, Edwin and Hazel Means; sister, Patricia VerHelst and twin sister, Maron Bicknell. Sharon is survived by her devoted caregiver and loving husband of nearly 60 years, Don; daughters, Connie Kozeny-Moskovits and husband Steve; Julie Leinart and husband Doug; Denise Polizzi and husband Greg; granddaughters, Jamie Leinart and Allison Kozeny who both “Love You More!”; sister-in-law, Patricia Kelley and husband Bill; and many nieces and nephews.

Though she had limited mobility the last few years, she enjoyed playing bridge, bunco and tripoley with her long-time friends, many of which she met at St. Pius X. Sharon and Don enjoyed travelling to Las Vegas, just getting back a few weeks ago.

 

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  • Tammy Metzler

    Don and family, I am so sorry for your loss. I have many fond memories of Sharon and of your family and the many times I spent time at your home. My love and thoughts are with you during this time.

  • Leon Shatek

    Don - so sorry to hear about Sharon's passing. The two of you were like my Omaha parents when I lived there, opening your home to me for many family gatherings. I have fond memories of talking golf, playing cards, and helping prepare the Mother's Day dinner. I always enjoyed my time there. My deepest sympathies go out to Connie, Steve, Ally, and all the rest of the family. Be comforted knowing that Sharon enjoyed life and will now rest in peace. Take care, and God Bless.

  • Kim, Aaron Graham and kids

    Auntie could carry on a conversation about Husker football better than anyone we've known. She was so sharp and always interested in everything we had going on. We miss you, Auntie, and we will never forget the wonderful memories we had with you!

  • Melody Mauro

    I loved my Auntie with all of my heart, and will miss her greatly. She was always there for me, and could be counted on to love everyone around her with gusto.

    She is now out of pain, rejoined with her sisters and many that have gone on before her.

    I love you, Auntie - you will always be in my heart..

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