Sharon M. Stark

Sharon Stark, age 71, of Plymouth, formerly of Mound, passed away serenely on June 13, 2019. Preceded in death by parents Byron “Roxy” and Jenny Rockvam and brother Boots Rockvam. Survived by sons Dean (Terri) Stark and Dale Stark; grandchildren Abigail and Daniel Stark; brothers Jerry (Joyce) Rockvam and Thomas (Kathy) Rockvam; nieces and nephews; many relatives and friends; and her beloved cat Bud. Sharon was a lifelong resident of the Lake Minnetonka area with a deep passion for the lake. She dearly loved her family and friends, all things Norwegian, music and telling stories. She was a registered nurse and worked for many years at Ridgeview Medical Center in Waconia. Sharon’s dedication to helping others rivaled her enthusiasm for the Minnesota Vikings. She will be greatly missed and fondly remembered for her beautiful smile, outgoing personality and kind-hearted spirit. May she now rest peacefully free of pain and worry. A Celebration of Life gathering will take place on Thursday, June 27 from 4 to 7 p.m., with a short service at 6 p.m., at the American Legion (post 398), 2333 Wilshire Blvd., Mound. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Animal Humane Society. Huber Funeral & Cremation Service Mound Chapel (952) 472-1716

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Carole W

I’m so sorry to hear of Sharon’s passing. She was a good friend and neighbor. She was such a fun person.

Sharon was my BFF. We were as close as any friends could be. We were confidants and supported each other emotionally and physically.. Her hugs were the best. She was always there for me hopefully she knew that I was there for her. She was a rabid Vikings fan and we shared many games at the stadium together. Our favorite place was Petkins and their pot pies and iced tea. She asked me to reserve a booth for us after her surgery. I did. We were also pontoon buddies and shared many wonderful days on the lake tieing up together and floating to our life’s content. Even ordering pizza which was delivered to us on the shores of the Seahorse., never getting off our pontoon. We could talk for hours about anything. We laughed so hard at silly things and fell over on the floor. Those were the days. Most lunches/conversations, text messages lasted at least 3 hours. Couldn’t get enough of each other. Did I say we shared everything? We shared secrets that no one else knew. We shared our dreams and wishes. We shared what we will do when we “got old”. These are the things I will miss the most about Sharon. Especially her kindness to everyone. She would give me precious little things that she knew I would love. Her family meant the world to her, especially her grandchildren. The first person I want to talk to when there is news to share. I still will tell her, because I believe she will hear me. Sharon, I will miss you to the moon and back. I am reserving a Star for you so I can see you whenever I want. Happy Birthday in Heaven my BFF. Until we meet again.....RIP. xoxoxo

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