Sharon Anne Sweeney

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Sharon Anne Sweeney (age 53) passed away on November 21, 2008 at her residence in Vienna, Virginia after a valient battle with cancer. Loving & devoted mother of Sean Sweeney; daughter of Anne Sullivan & the late Myron Jones; step-daughter of G.T. Sullivan; & sister of David (Marlene) Jones, Leslie (Gary) Hopper, & Valerie (Dave) Murline. She is also survived by her granddaughter Elizabeth Scott Sweeney; & several nieces & nephews.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Evercare Hospice, 21515 Ridgetop Circle, Ste. 330, Sterling, VA 20166.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. Sharon had an answer for almost anything. She had a foundation of knowledge that aided our team in every way imaginable. She was always the first to come on-line in the morning, and take the burden of all the issues that may have developed over night. While being a hard worker and a source of information, Sharon was also a great friend. Someone you could count on, vent to, rely on. Sharon will be deeply missed by all of us. David

  2. You have my sincere condolences on the loss of your love one. Sharon was a dedicated worker and will be missed around the ACE-IT Enterprise.

  3. I’m so sorry for your loss. She was a really nice person to work with.Her knowledge and expertise along with her professionlism was very much appreciated.I will miss her. Godspeed

  4. It has been my pleasure to have known Sharon for many years. We’ve shared many joys and tears together and I will deeply miss her. Most recently we shared conversations about our grand daughters. My thoughts and prayers are with her family. Sharon was a friend and inspiration to us all.

  5. I’ve had the pleasure of working with Sharon for several years, but regret that I did not have the chance to know her better. Sharon had a gift for solving problems and for doing so with a smile. Her dedication, courage, and enthusiasm have made a lasting impact on many lives.

  6. I have known Sharon for many years and regret that I never personally met her. She was always kind and professional. She was a definite asset to society and respected dearly by those of us in the IT profession that had the opportunity to work with her. God Bless you all during this difficult time.

  7. My condolences to the family during your time of loss. You are all in our thoughts during this difficult time.

  8. Sharon was truly a great friend who always had an open ear and heart. She was someone I could talk with about anything and if I asked for help she’d always give me straight up advice even if it wasn’t something I wanted to hear, but it was something I should hear. Even the day before she passed she was asking me about my problems, not complaining about her problems or how she was feeling. She had such a love for life that you could see when you talked with her and even more when she talked about her son and granddaughter. I miss her so much. She was the best and she will always hold a special place in my heart.

  9. Our sympathies to Anne, David, Valerie and Leslie, God must have needed a very special person in heaven to reach down and take Sharon home.

  10. I first met Sharon when HECSA IM contracted the first LAN helpdesk for our site in the early 90’s. She has been a great friend though the years, and I will miss her alot. My deepest sympathy to the family.

  11. I am so sorry for your loss. I knew Sharon when I worked at HECSA in Logistics. She was such a sweet person. I know she will be missed by many people.

  12. When she was born, I use to rock Sharon to sleep while spending hours visiting my sister. So this niece of mine passes away way before her time and I am left with these memories that happened 53 years ago. To my whole family, love and prayer that God’s grace, mercy and comfort will shine on all of you.

  13. Sharon worked for the Corps’ IT Enterprise Services for many years. I’m proud of her work and more importantly, her attitude. She was always self motivated, customer focused and we relied on her expertise and her wonderful cheerful manner with our customers. I wish everyone was as easy to work with and as knowledgable as Sharon. It was my privilege to have her on the team for the last 8 years. We will miss her sorely. I have already received notes of sympathy from the team and customers alike expressing their sorrow. Sharon was a joy! Dr. Peggy Wright Director ACE-IT

  14. My deepest sympathy and prayers are with Sharon’s family. She will always be remembered for her positive attitude and dedication her work. She will be greatly missed by us all.

  15. I will always miss my long conversations with Sharon. She was a friend of mine that I will dearly miss. Everybody could always count on her to be there for them. I wish I could have been there more for her.

  16. Those of us fortunate enough to have known and worked with Sharon will truly miss her spirit and hearing her laugh. But we also know her positive spirit and warm smile will continue on in each of us and make us a better person for having known Sharon. Thank you to Sharon’s family for sharing her with us.

  17. Talked with Sharon many times over the phone troubleshooting communications challenges of various sorts. She was always cheerful, positive and enjoyable to work with. She had a great sense of humor and liked to laugh. I always looked forward to working with and talking with her. Sharon was one of my top go to people to get anything ‘adjusted’. I will miss her.

  18. Sharon was truly a wonderful and loving person, someone that you could talk to for hours, someone to rely on and someone that was always there selflessly for others. I enjoyed countless drinks and dinners with her and will always feel indebted to her for all the times she bailed me and others out. While I am deeply saddened she has left us so soon, I take solace in knowing she no longer suffers and we will all see her again. Until then.

  19. Sharon made a friend wherever she went. I feel very fortunate that our paths crossed because we did become really good friends. I will miss our girl talks as she always knew what to say. Her pain is gone but her memory will live on. We now have an angel to watch over us.

  20. The first time I meet Sharon we were in a very boring meeting. We didn’t think anyone would notice but we both rolled our eyes at the same time and of course then we started to laugh. Her contagious laugh and friendship will always be a happy memory for me.

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