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Sharon Nuby

Sharon Nuby

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Obituary For Sharon Nuby

Sharon A Nuby

04/30/1960-09/24/2021

Sharon A Nuby, 61 of Hanson, MA passed at home with her family present. She was born in Weymouth,
MA, the daughter of Althea (Keith) and John Sherrick, raised and educated in Holbrook, MA.

Sharon is survived by her husband, Angelo Nuby, Nicholas and Brittany (Hinkley) Nuby; Nathan and
Kathryn (Donnelly) Nuby; and Alexander Nuby. Also survived by eight sisters and brothers; seven nieces
and nephews; and two grand nephews.
Sharon was a natural leader and regional Underwriter/Analyst for thirty years with Mortgage Guarantee Insurance Company (MGIC) assisting many borrowers with the purchase of their first homes.

Sharon's true love and joy came from her family, friends and special felines. She was so very proud of her
sons and present at every special moment, such as sporting events and graduations. Caring for others
came naturally for Sharon, whether it be taking special orders for birthday cakes or homemade cookies
to share or take back to the dorm. Her loving care made her "boys" into the men they are today. Sharon
really enjoyed sewing and made almost every childhood Halloween outfit for each of her sons, herself and
friends. She was an avid reader and enjoyed spending time on weekends with her family and friends
playing board games, watching movies or just chatting on the porch.

A sweet, wonderful person with unquestionable inner strength, she never faltered during a long
devastating illness. She will always be seen as a giving mother, wife, daughter, sister, aunt and friend.
These few words will never fully describe the person or the impact of Sharon's life and our loss. Those
closest to her will remember her smile and a lifted eyebrow to express her love.

Services will be private. Donations may be made to the Alzheimer's Association in her name.

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  • Dear Angelo, Nick, Nathan and Alex. Am heartbroken to learn of Sharon's passing. Enjoyed seeing her smile and getting to know her as she brought her mom to games during our "bench warming" years. She was so proud of you all. " May her memory be but a blessing."

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