Sharon Rose Seymour, 75

Adoring wife, mother and grandmother, who lived well, laughed often and loved much.

Sharon Rose Seymour, 75, of Baltimore, MD and Harwich Port, MA, died of heart failure, Tuesday morning, March 27th. Sharon was born to the late Russell and Dorothy Rose, March 21st 1943, in Camden, New Jersey. Sharon graduated from White Plains High School in 1961, Penn State University in 1965 and received her Masters in Communications at Fairfield University in 1981. Sharon became an ordained minister in 2000.

Sharon was a loving wife, incredible mother and grandmother and a spiritual guide for many. She worked as a real estate agent, music producer, a healer and a therapist. During the early years of marriage, she moved 12 times in the first 14 years and ultimately settled in Ruxton, Maryland for the next 35. In all these years, the Cape was always her true home. She lived to make anyone she came in contact with happy and fulfilled. She always had a smile, compassion and grace that made all she encountered feel warm and welcome.

Other than her family, she loved Cape Cod, sunrises, the beach, dancing with her husband and large family gatherings filled with music, fun and laughter. She adored roses and watching the local birds wherever she was.

Sharon is lovingly remembered by her devoted husband of 53 years, Stephen, and three children, Scott Seymour (Julie) of Fairfield, Connecticut, Cregg Seymour (Crady) of Baltimore, Maryland, and Lisa LeBlanc (Michael) of Redding, Connecticut. She is also survived by nine grandchildren, Stephen, Ryan, Cooper, Olivia, Charlotte, Parker, Riley, Alex and Trevor. She loved her dogs throughout her life (Sin, Bear, Joss, Glory Days and Tucket).

A private family service will be held in her honor at a future date. In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting that donations be made to the Cape Cod Health Care Foundation – Cape Cod Hospital.

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