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Sharon McIntire

Sharon May McIntire

Saturday, April 2nd, 1955 - Saturday, September 7th, 2019
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Obituary

Sharon May McIntire, 64, of Moultonborough, died September 7, 2019 at the Laconia Center, in Laconia, after a life-long battle with Multiple Sclerosis.

Born in Laconia, NH. on April 2, 1955, she was the daughter of Frank and Elizabeth (Greene) McIntire.

Sharon grew up and was a life-long resident of Moultonborough. She graduated from Inter-Lakes High School, class of 1973 and attended the University of NH for music. When she realized what her true calling was, she enrolled in the Concord School of Nursing and graduated as a Registered Nurse.

Sharon worked for a short time, due to her illness, at Lake Region General Hospital, in Laconia.

Even though her illness progressed, Sharon’s love for caring for people grew stronger. She would help anyone at any time in any way she could. During her time at the Laconia Center, she would help residents any way she could. She had a deep appreciation and love for music and would share that with whomever she could.

Sharon was a member of the First Missionary Church of Moultonborough.

Sharon is survived by her brother, Jerry E. McIntire of Meredith, NH., sister Connie E. McIntire of Moultonborough, sister-in-law, Lisa Richardson of Moultonborough, and several cousins.

A graveside service will be held in the Red Hill Cemetery, Bean Road, Moultonborough, on Friday Sept. 13th, at 10am. The Rev. Marshall, pastor of the First Missionary Baptist Church, will officiate.

Memorial donations may be made in Sharon’s memory to the Laconia Center Activity Fund, 175 Blueberry Lane, Laconia, NH. 03246.
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Service Details

  • Service

    Friday, September 13th, 2019 | 10:00am
    When
    Friday, September 13th, 2019 10:00am
    Location
    Red Hill Cemetery
    Address
    Bean Road
    Moultonboro, NH 03254
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  • Interment

    Location
    Red Hill Cemetery
    Address
    Bean Road
    Moultonboro, NH 03254
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email

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Kathleen Hambrook

Posted at 02:26pm
I went to Inter Lakes with Sharon. We kept in touch through Christmas cards and occasionally would see each other before I moved away. She was always so happy and we shared many, many laughs going through school together. I am so very sorry that she has passed on but know she is making those already in heaven laugh as well.

Kathleen Hambrook McDonald
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Ellen LaBonte

Posted at 04:57am
So many wonderful memories of Sharon, her kind heart, the wonderful cards with poems she would send as the Sunshine Clerk, and of course her beautiful smile and witty comebacks. But the memory I treasure most and am so grateful for, is Sharon taking me and my siblings to church when I was about 12 years old. That act of love allowed me to learn about Jesus and accept Him as my savior and know that when my God calls me home, I will be in heaven and see our lovely Sharon again, precious memories for certain.
Your loving sister in Christ, Ellen LaBonte
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Harold Lowell

Posted at 03:28pm
Sharon, although I didn't know you for very long, you treated me so very nicely as one of my buddies at Laconia Rehabilitation Center, and I want you to know that even though our friendship was for a short time, I feel as though I have known you for a life time. I will miss our exercises and specifically the "pull start" exercise that you were so good at. It is my hope that when I get to Heaven, that our friendship will pick up where it left off and will continue for eternity and that we can use our humor to get a laugh out of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and God himself. I am so devastated and shocked to have heard about your passing and I will look forward to seeing you again in the kingdom of God Almighty. Your Laconia Rehabilitation Center Buddy, Harold Lowell
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Amanda Lombardi-Foss

Posted at 05:44am
I have known Sharon as far back as I can remember. She will forever be in my heart at the walking lady. As a child I would always see her walk by on bean road. Rest easy sweet angel
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Sharon

Posted at 07:08am
I am so very sorry Jerry and Connie, Sharon was a very special person. The memories come flooding back... the sleepovers, birthday parties, singing duets, beach parties, and all the cards you sent signed "Sharon, the other one". Great memories! And that smile was so contagious. She loved life and people, but mostly caring for people. We'll miss her too, and her spunky disposition. With love, Sharon Haire
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