Sharon Lynn Reeves

Sharon Lynn Reeves

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Sharon Lynn Reeves, 73 (1946-2019) long time resident of St. Louis, MO passed away peacefully on May 14th, 2019. A public memorial service will be held at a later date to be announced.

Sharon was a long-serving employee with Schnuck’s Supermarkets and UCFW Union for many years until her retirement in 2011. Sharon loved spending time with family and friends especially during holidays and special occasions. Sharon had a special place in her heart for her dogs, and she had many over the years. She also loved bears and collected many throughout the years. B-I-N-G-O was another favorite past time of Sharon’s and she loved to go with anyone and everyone whenever there was one happening. Sharon also liked spending time at the Black Derby Saloon with the late Doris Pero.

Sharon Reeves was preceded in death by her Mother & Father (Robert & Ellis Schraut) and Brother (Richard Schraut).

Sharon is survived by her Husband (John Reeves), her Brothers, Robert Schraut (Lois) and Ronald Schraut (Patty). Her two children, Kellye Bicknell (Eric Marshall), and Kerrye Miller (Joe).  Beloved grandmother of, Nicholas Bicknell, Ryan Bicknell, Vincent Marshall, Tim Miller, Jessica Lamkie and Amber Miller. Loving Aunt of Lori Manda (Bill), Mark Schraut (Susan), Brian Schraut (Kristen), Matthew Schraut (Cortney), John Schraut (Amanda), Paul Schraut (Lisa), Michael Pender (Matt), Robert Pender (Samantha), Amanda Schraut and Andrew Schraut. Sharon was a great grandmother, great aunt and dear friend to many.

In lieu of flowers we are asking for donations honoring Sharon to the American Lung Association;

https://action.lung.org/site/Donation2?df_id=31272&31272.donation=form1

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  1. Eric Marshall says:

    How do you sum up the life of such a wonderful caring person in once paragraph? Sharon was a devoted wife, mother, sister, aunt, grandmother, friend and so much more. She was always giving and not expecting in return. The selflessness and love spoke about the great woman she was. She will be missed by many, especially those who were close to her. I hope that she is at peace and realizes the amount of love that surrounds her memories. We love you Sharon, we will always remember you and we love you!!

    Love,
    Eric