Sharon Vanill

Sharon Ann Vanill (Kinne)

Tuesday, March 25th, 1947 - Sunday, September 1st, 2019
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Sharon Ann Vanill of Bloomington Springs, Tennessee passed away in her home on Sunday surrounded by her family. Born in Medina, New York in 1947, Sharon was the daughter of the late Robert Kinne and Dorothy Nellie (Cooper) Kinne. A loving daughter, sister, wife, mom, grandma, and “GG,” Sharon bettered the lives of those in her community each day at the Country Club Family Restaurant, Hahn Hardware Store and Garlock Office Supply where she worked in customer service. Friends of her children will remember her from the local school lunchroom where Mrs. Vanill was a familiar face at the end of that rowdy chow line.

Sharon is survived by her husband, Dennis; three children and their spouses: Dennis Vanill, Jr. and Beth Anne, Andrea Vanill and Joseph McAvoy, and Cassandra and Keith Taylor; eight grandchildren: Alicia and Jason Hall, Bethany McAvoy, Joseph McAvoy, Jr, Daniel Vanill, Julia Vanill, David Vanill, Kayleigh Taylor, and Ethan Taylor; five great-grandchildren: Hunter Hall, Noah Hall, Lilyauna Hall, Bentley McAvoy, and Brayden McAvoy; five siblings: Beverly Rosenbeck, Ronald and Patricia Kinne, Sue Collings, Keith and Kimberly Kinne, and Scott and Patty Kinne; and her sister-in-law, Deborah Bobby and Tom Freeman. Roxy and Ginger, her loyal four-legged girls, will also miss her dearly.

In addition to her parents, Sharon was preceded by her mother and father-in-law, Patricia and Martin Vanill. Please join us in celebrating her life Saturday, September 21, 2019, from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. at the Jr. Wilson Sportsman Club, 3875 Bates Rd., Medina, NY.
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Joey Organiściak

Posted at 09:13pm
I am very sorry for your loss. My first job was 20 years ago at Garlocks. Sharon, Ginny and the gang were all there to welcome me with open arms and get me acclimated to the store. I learned a lot of customer service as a whole from Sharon and still use it to this day in the corporate business world. I used to ride my bike down on South Ave where we lived to Sharon's to use the internet in the early 90s as well before we had ours up. She was always a pleasure to work with and a very kind lady. She will be missed very, very much.

Jack & Jane Punch and Family

Posted at 05:57pm
Sharon was always a kind and wonderful person. We share the loss of her . I pray the family receive God's Grace to understand she's in a better pl
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