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Obituary for Sharon Lee Jonas Hilton

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Sharon Lee Jonas Hilton

June 30, 1942 - March 1, 2011

Sharon Lee Jonas Hilton, passed away March 1, 2011. She was born June 30, 1942 in Ogden, Utah to Julian “Jiggs” Van Limburg and Emma Mae Busarello. Sharon married Carold Hilton May 19, 2000. She retired from the IRS after 33 years of employment. Sharon is survived by her mother Emma, husband Carold, sons: Kim and Kelly Jonas, her brother Mike Van Limburg and her grandson Mason R. Jonas, all of Ogden. She was preceded in death by, her father Jiggs and her first husband Earl R. Jonas. At Sharon’s request there will be a graveside service held 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, March 8, 2011 at Leavitt’s Aultorest Memorial Park. Cremation under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary.Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.leavittsmortuary.com

 

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Date: Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Time: 11:00 am -

Leavitt’s Aultorest Memorial Park

Address:

836 36th Street, , Ogden, UT,

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Timeline for Sharon Lee Jonas Hilton

Born: June 30, 1942
Died: March 1, 2011

Condolences for Sharon Lee Jonas Hilton

kimbo jonas posted on 12/20/16

I miss you Mom, Every Single Day. Since your passing , I realize what has been lost, or should I say,taken from us. With a mistake from the hospital, to lawyers lying to me, and even the fact of last will and testament, that was not followed through as you instructed, all seems to be nothing , compared to living with the loss of you. I try to keep your marker clean and trimmed and set to expectations. I had a few battles with the cemetery for stealing item from your grave. I miss your love, companionship, wisdom,smile,cooking,trust,generosity,caringness,vibrant attitude,and just glad to be alive demeanor.

 

kimbojonas posted on 3/12/14

It has been just a few days past 3 years since you left us suddenly. I realize how powerless we are as to thinking we can make a difference as everything was corrupt with the care at McKay Dee Hospital Center ,as they did a very good job hiding their negligence ,while we all depended upon them and their professional stature of health care. You left all of us with no warning and we all know it was not by choice. I will never forget the moments we shared at the hospital after your stroke ,when I arrived at 1:00 am ,as I was awakened by something and felt you were alone and I got there as fast as I could and to find you lying there awake and wondering what was going to happen with you,when you saw me and your eyes lightened and opened wide with love and you had me get up on your bed with you and we were able to telepathically communicate by looking into each others eyes. It was an experience I'll never forget and although I had to break the silence by letting you know out loud ,that you were the best mother anyone could' have ever wished for or wanted and how your unconditional love for me was never doubted or absent in my whole life and even when I was wrong, you still believed in me and was there for my defense and support. you taught me how to be a human being and it is difficult to live with what I see now after the fact that you are gone, but I finally get it and I wish you were here to tell you ,that I understand and you are right and always were. I know at times I thought I was smarter than you and I thought you didn.t know this or that and now I realize ,you always knew! Thank you again for being such a good mother and letting me see into your soul ,as I was the son of the most decent human being ever put on this earth . You were the most giving and had the largest heart with the warmth of love that anyone could ever endure and I am extremely proud to say I am your son . I will never get over your loss and never will I learn to live with it. I never knew how many things leave this earth , when someone you love leaves. the list will go on forever and ever ,so I will not write it.. I miss you

 

Jan Stanger posted on 4/13/11

Kim and Kelly I don't know if you remember me, we lived next door to you.I just heard of your mom's passing I am so sorry.I ran into her a while ago and she said her health was failing. Keep her in your memories.Jan Stanger

 

Karen Holden posted on 3/14/11

Mike i am so sorry to hear about Sharon What a Dear friend she was, we shared so much and she will be missed very much. Sorry i was not there we are in Yuma I'll be in touch when i get home. My love and prays are with you and the family. God bless

 

Louise Hudson posted on 3/12/11

Chuck, Kim, and Kelly,I was sad and shocked to hear about Sharon's passing. I worked with her for many years (1984-1996), as both co-worker and her employee. As a co-worker she was always willing to help others, offering her great knowledge and experience. As a manager, she was a great mentor and teacher. Sharon was a lot of fun to work with. I enjoyed her wonderful sense of humor and beautiful smile. She had lots of great stories, and her love for - and pride in - her family was evident.My heart aches for you in your loss!Louise Hudson

 

Linda Weaver posted on 3/11/11

To Sharon's family: Sharon and I worked together at IRS many years ago, but her fun personality always made our breaks and lunch so much fun. Losing a mother is not easy, I know, but hold on to the great memories of your mom..it will help you get through tough times. I wish you and your family the best; stay strong!

 

Melodee Honneywell posted on 3/8/11

First i would like to say, what a very special woman Sharon Jonas is. Shes always helping others, donating to almost every worthy cause, there for anyone that had a problem... I miss you so much.... You have touched my heart, and my life will never be the same without you... Some things in this world we cant explain, but one thing is clear to me, i wil never see your beautiful smile when i would bring you flowers... and our talks, i want you that you saved my life once, for that i am eternally grateful... I believe you are a gardian angel now... Im very sorry for all of our loss.. Love Melodee Honneywell

 

The Schlange Family posted on 3/7/11

Kim & Kelly,We are very sorry for your loss. We all loved your mom & are so very grateful to have known her & both of you. You are in our thoughts & prayers. Take care & much love always...The Schlange family, Don, Darlene, Diane, Steven, Patricia & Peggy

 

Deb Alleman posted on 3/7/11

The countless hours spent with Sharon, Earl, and the twins.......where to begin? She will always be remembered with a big smile on her face! Always there to lend an ear, or helping hand. The laffter and memories created with this very special lady will forever be treasures not only in my heart, but I'm sure in the hearts of many others as well. Kim & Kelly........know that there are many family members who love you and share your loss. Your Mom will always be there to watch yer back!

 

Debbie Smith posted on 3/7/11

Chuck, Kim and Kelly, I worked with Sharon at IRS and came to know her as a caring and loving person. She was always thinking of others and especially her family. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Debbie Smith

 

Brad Tracy posted on 3/7/11

Kim and Kelly, I am sorry to hear about your mom. Sharon was a good person and always treated me like one of the family. She will be missed.

 

Kimbo Jonas posted on 3/7/11

The most I remember about my mom is that she supported me every moment of her life,(meaning , she was behind me with everything ,in my life).She had love and happiness oozing out of her all the time. She was also the backbone to a lot of great people.She was very opened minded and never passed judgement on anyone as far as I remember. She was funny and a wonderful cook. I loved her with everything I got and I am sad to see her go with so many things left to do .She wouldnt want anyone to cry over her ! but I still do.

 

Paul Ross posted on 3/7/11

I know Mom (Sandy Jonas) would send her love to you. Wishing you all the best blessings in this difficult time.

 

Barbara Tracy posted on 3/7/11

I am so sorry to learn of Sharon's passing! We sort of fell out of touch after we retired, but I always considered her a good friend. Kim and Kelly, Brad sends his condolences also--he lives in CA now. But all of us knew and loved your family--you are all in our thoughts at this time. Be there for each other--it helps get you through the tough times . Our love to you now in your time of remembering your sweet mom.!

 

Ken & Lou Ann Kamigaki posted on 3/6/11

Chuck, Kim, and Kelly, We are so sorry to hear the passing of Sharon. We both worked closely with Sharon at IRS for many years which enabled us to see what a wonderful and caring woman she was. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Kenny & Lou Ann Kamigaki

 

cooper & jodi hirst posted on 3/6/11

Kelly & KimSorry for your loss, Your in our thoughts!

 

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