Sharon Vance Obituary, Death – Sharon Vance of Orlando, Florida has unexpectedly passed away. She was born in Sharon, Pennsylvania. Sharon worked at Orlando Harley-Davidson. Sharon was a graduate of Florida International University. She attended Sharon High School, Sharon, PA. She wed James Scott Vance on December 20th, 1969, and he went on to become her husband. Their wedding took place in 1969. During the time that they were married, they settled in the states of New York, Kansas, California, and Arizona, respectively, as their primary residences. Canasta, spending time on sailboats, and quilting were a few of her favorite things to do in her spare time.
In addition to that, she had a passion for exploring the world. Egypt, New Zealand (where they did the Canyon Swing and Jet Boat Ride), the Holy Land, Turkey, and motorbike rides throughout the United States were just few of the incredible destinations that Her and Scott were able to see as a result of their experiences. Sharon was excited about the prospect of having more time on her hands to dedicate to the volunteer work she did at Family First. She was a member of the Community Church in Saddlebrooke, where she volunteered her time on a number of committees, including the CMA-Cruising Christians, Tucson Chapter #19, and the social activities committee for SaddleBrooke Unit 47.
She also served as a board member for the Saddlebrooke Unit 47 community center. Her family includes her sister Kathleen Fritzemeier, who is married to Charles and who lives in Stafford, Kansas; her brother Charlie Kootz, who is married to Debbie and who lives in Geneseo, Kansas; five nieces, one nephew, and a large number of additional relatives and friends. She is survived by her sister Kathleen Fritzemeier, who is married to Charles and who lives in Stafford, Kansas; her brother Charlie Kootz, who is married to Debbie and who lives in Geneseo, Her family, friends, and coworkers will all miss her tremendously. Her parents and her husband all passed away before she did. Her husband died first. She was one among those who did not make it through the ordeal alive.