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Sharon L. VanBuren 1962-2022

Sharon L. VanBuren of Easthampton MA passed away on December 3, 2022, at her home surrounded by her loving family. She was born on May 28,1962 in West Palm Beach FL. The daughter of Arline (St. Peter) Holloway and the (late) Marvin Holloway. Sharon was raised in Northfield MA. She graduated from Pioneer Regional High School, she received an Associates degree in Medical Records from Holyoke Community College, in addition continued her education at Bay Path University, working towards a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.

Sharon was the Practice Manager at Cooley Dickinson Hospital an urgent care center. Sharon loved to travel, going on cruises to Alaska and several times to the Caribbean along with trips to Vegas. Sharon leaves behind her loving husband of 27 years, Clyde D. VanBuren they shared over 30 years together. She will be dearly missed by her mother Arline Holloway of Hobe Sound FL, her loving children, Ryan Lemieux and his wife Amanda of Chicopee, her daughter Rachel Lemieux of Easthampton, her brother Steven Holloway and his wife Nancy of Greenfield, her cherished grandchildren whom she loved very much Sierra Lemieux, Gabriella Pastomerlo, her step- grandchildren Ronald and Kimberly VanBuren of Becket, Scott VanBuren and his wife Rebecca of Chicopee Jason VanBuren and his wife Crystal of South Hadley, her former husband Jordan Lemieux of Holyoke, several nieces and nephews and many good friends.

Her Funeral will be Monday December 12th beginning at 10AM from the Boucher O’Brien Funeral Home, 7 Pleasant St. Easthampton, MA with a service starting at 10:30 AM in the funeral home, the burial will follow at Brookside Cemetery. Calling hours will be at the funeral home on Sunday, December 11th 4-6PM. In Lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be made to the ALS Association.

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G Mack
G Mack
Dec 08, 2022

My very 1st friend at my new school (1st grade) and we had some wonderful memories of our younger years-always enjoying being friends that were special. Teen years 'maybe' watching border patrol looking for us up and down along the lake road... tobacco barns...

And catching up as adults! I always have and always will remember your birthday!

I'm so thankful to have been able to see you recently and able to tell you how very much you've meant to me. I'm also thankful that your spirit will not have to struggle as your body did in your last time here on earth. Love always, Gini

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