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KOZUB, Sharon (nèe Ross)

July 18, 2022 60 years old


Sharon Kozub (nèe Ross)

August 28, 1961 - July 18, 2022

It is with profound sadness that the family of Sharon Kozub announces her passing on Monday, July 18th, 2022 at the age of 60 years in Winnipeg Manitoba. Devoted wife of 40 years to Ralph Kozub. Loving mother to Sarah, the light of her life. Dedicated and doting Grandma to Damon & Satyra Sanders and Chance Gagne. Beloved daughter of Joyce Forest (Ross nèe Blais) & Reggie Ross (predeceased 1964) Cherished stepdaughter of Maurice Forest. Sharon will always be lovingly remembered by her siblings Randy, Mike (Cindy-predeceased) Doreen Landry (Yvon) & Sheila (Pat)

Fondly remembered by her mother and father-in-law Robert & Lorraine Kozub as well as her brother and sister-in-law Darcy and Dale. She will be forever missed by many nieces, nephews, Aunts, Uncles, cousins, her fur companions Sammy & Cookie and the many friends she made along the way.

Sharon was a beautiful woman both inside and out who welcomed and accepted everyone she met into her heart with open arms. She had a special fondness for children and animals and surrounded herself with both as often as she could. She had an infectious smile and laugh that could brighten anyone's day. Always trying to find the brighter side of even the hardest times to bring joy to those around her. Her kindness and generosity was something special to witness. In her healthier years, she often spent hours gift shopping for family and friends alike saying "you don't need a special occasion to show people you love them".

Sharon enjoyed many years of travel and adventure with her husband Ralph. The love of her life. They lived in many different cities and towns throughout the years before settling in Sharon's hometown of Sudbury. One of the highlights of their travels was to the East Coast of Canada. A trip Sharon had always dreamed of making. Only recently had they relocated to Riverton Manitoba, a move she was happy to have made.

Sharon & her daughter shared a birthday. "The best birthday gift ever" she would say. She looked forward to their Mother/daughter birthday nights on the town. Whether it was playing bingo or heading to the casino she cherished every moment. Her daughter lit up her world and being Sarah's mother was one of Sharon's proudest accomplishments.

Her Grandchildren were the apples of her eye. She loved them beyond measure. She was so proud of everything they did and made sure everyone knew how amazing they are. Sharon's family meant the world to her and although our time with her was cut short we feel blessed to have had her a part of our lives and will cherish the beautiful memories made throughout her journey.

A celebration of life will be held in Sharon's honor at a later date.

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