Sharon Larese

Sharon Larese age 73 of Falmouth, passed away on March 26, 2017 at Munson Healthcare Cadillac. She was born on August 23, 1943 to Hank and Viola (Service) Prough. Sharon had driven truck in the Detroit area for over twenty years hauling pharmaceuticals for Kerr Trucking. She enjoyed fishing, reading books, coloring and doing arts and crafts. She also loved to go to yard sales and auction sales. Fourth of July was her favorite holiday, she enjoyed cook outs and eating, listening to big band music and loved cats. She is survived by one son, Patrick Larese of Redford, two grandchildren, Cecilia Morrill and Gillian Larese both of Redford and one grandson. Her best friends were Pamela (Larry) Slee, Mary Parent, Ron Kensikie,  Al Noteboom, Dave Hypes all of Falmouth and David & Tammie Peterman of Hersey. She was preceded in death by a daughter in law, Melanie Larese. A Celebration of Life will be held at 7887 S. Dyer Lake Road on July 2, 2017, starting at 2:00 P.M. Burkholder Family Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements and thoughts and prayers may be left at

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pamela j slee

i miss you everyday i reach for the phone to call you and say guess what ,, then i remember you went to be with Pappy ,, so i pray that you are Happy and i know you are with me cuz i feel you .. i love you Miss Sharon and i am so proud of the bond we had i just know i will never have another best friend .. not like you. R.I.P. my good friend for UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN.... LOVE ME


Miss Sharon, was a customer of mine at Foster's Market for the past 14 years. She would come in riding the little amigo buggy, flying down the isles. Most recently, she was brought in to Autumnwood, where I have worked for a couple of years. She was a feisty one, always telling me "Get me the hell out of here". She was always stopping at all the yard sales, as she did several years ago, while my husband was tending to our yard sale, she came in, sat down and had to look over everything. When I returned home, he was telling me about the ole gal in the pt cruiser that kept him company for over an hour, I said that was Sharon! ha, she was a character for sure. Will miss the old gal

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