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Sharon Rose Adams
Jarvisburg – Sharon Rose Adams (Morrison) left this world on November 4th, @3:26PM, to be with Jesus and to join her husband, the love of her life, Sebastiano Pignato (Buster), who passed away 27 years ago this very month. She was the YOUNGEST DAUGHTER of two wonderfully amazing people, Glen and Helen (Van dyne) Morrison, of Bradford ME (both deceased). She was the LOVING SISTER of Albert Morrison (deceased shortly after birth), Rowena Martin (deceased), as well as to Colleen Rockwell and husband Walter (Deceased) and, Glenda Rockwell and husband Norman of Polk City FL. She was ONE HELL OF A MOTHER to her four children, Susan Coleman and husband Brian Coleman, Donald Adams, Alan Adams and wife Junie, and her youngest, Sebastian Pignato and his significant other, Wendy Wilkinson. She was a PROUD GRANDMOTHER to Anthony Ford and wife Becky, Christina Ford and significant other David Tidwell, Brian Coleman (Jr) and significant other Taiz Isabel, Rayshawn English, Shannon Espinosa, Sabrina Espinosa, Alannah Gurecki, and Zachary Wilkinson. She was an adopted grandmother to Ron and Hally Adams and their family. She also anticipated with great delight, the arrival of her latest granddaughter, Cecilia Pignato, who is expected to make her entrance into the world any day now! Her GREAT GRANDBABIES MEANT THE WORLD TO HER, Christian Morrison, Christiana Morrison, Aaleah Coleman, Dahilia Espinosa and, newborn, Nadia Rose Tidwell. Sharon was also the WILD AND CRAZY AUNT to numerous nieces and nephews…and a FRIEND to so many!!!
Sharon was anything but conventional. God REALLY did break the mold when He made her. While growing up on the farm she would rather work in the field with her father than stay behind and cook with her mom and sisters. She proved too genuine for the Pentecostal background she was born into; a background that did not know how to handle real people, who dealt with real issues, and who
sometimes made real mistakes. She left that religion as well as the small town of Bradford ME at a young age…a town too small to hold her big personality. She lived life large!!! She made quick friends with anyone she met and was often known to befriend the unfriendly, take in the downtrodden, and stand up for the “down and out”. She, in her own way, exuded true religion…the kind where you love God and love your neighbor as yourself. While she would be the first to tell you she wasn’t perfect…we would be the first to tell you that she was perfect for us.
While her spirit rests with God her remains will be returned to the family burial plot in Bradford ME. There will be a Celebration of Life ceremony held on Saturday, November 29th, 1:PM at the Moose Lodge (443)in Dover NH. All are welcome to attend. In lieu of flowers donations will be accepted and distributed among the great grandchildren; said donations can be sent to: C/O Sebastian Pignato PO Box 164 Powells Point NC 27966.
Condolences to the family may be expressed via the on-line register at www.gallopfuneralservices.com. Gallop Funeral Services is entrusted with arrangements.