Obituary of Olga Sharkey (Havaruk)
It is with broken hearts that we announce the sudden passing of our dear Mom (Mama) Olga Sharkey on August 28, 2018, who was surrounded by family at the Northern Lights Regional Health Centre in Fort McMurray, AB, at the young age of 89.
Olga is survived by her loving children, sons Dwayne (Collene) Sharkey, (but Dwayne suddenly died 3 days after his mom), Keith (Marlene) Sharkey, daughters Marlene (Bryan) Fuduric, Tammy Sharkey and Shannon (Troy) Peats, eleven grandchildren, Tyler (Kassie) Peats, Kaybre and Dylan Peats, Danielle Sharkey, Lisa (Jose) Rosales, Lara (Sheldon) Ryan, Kendra (Jamie) Laporte, Dawn (Sean) Davey, Monique Fuduric, Anita (Paul) Rowland, Michael (Deanne) Fuduric and fithteen great grandchildren Bailey, Pepper, Willow, Kayla, Cody, Shaelynn, Sienna, Tristan, Ashton, Braedon, Nia, Bishop, Jayden, Victoria and Tao.
Olga was pre deceased by her loving husband Lawrence Sharkey, her grandson Vernon Sharkey and great grandchildren Mackenzie Davey and Jet Rowland.
A double service for Olga and her son Dwayne, who passed away 3 days after his mom, will be held at the McMurray Gospel Assembly, 10110 Main Street, Fort McMurray, AB on September 22, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. with Pastor Robert Parmenter officiating. Cremation has already taken place and at a later date there will be a service in Heinsburg, AB with burial at The Frog Lake Cemetery.
The Peats/Sharkey families would like to thank Dr. Khinda, Dr. Sauve and the staff at the ICU at the Northern Lights Regional Health Centre for all they did so Olga’s family could be by her side and say goodbye.
Thank you to the staff and volunteers of the Continuing Care Unit on the 4th floor of the NLRHC for taking such special care of our Mama and a very special thank you to the many family and friends for your outpouring of support, thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Olga’s memory to the Northern Lights Health Foundation. Donations will be directed to the Continuing Care Unit.