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Sharon Elizabeth (Morrison) Sykes
July 19, 1956 ~ January 22, 2024 (age 67) 67 Years Old
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Sharon Elizabeth Sykes, 67, of Elizabethtown, KY, passed away peacefully on the morning of January 22, 2024, after a brief and valiantly fought battle with cancer. Sharon was born and raised in Middletown, OH. Her amazing dad, Harold Morrison, taught Sharon how to design and build anything and everything, as he was an unbelievable carpenter and engineer. Sharon also inherited a deep love for the water from her dad when he constructed a houseboat inside their basement and backyard. The family spent countless summer days and nights on the lake. She wanted to live on Green River Lake in retirement. It was her happy place. From her wonderful mother, Charlotte Morrison, who survives, Sharon inherited a beautiful singing voice as well as many other musical talents. She LOVED to sing. She was ALWAYS singing. On Feb. 14, 1997, she finally married her soul mate, Pat Sykes after a 14 year long courtship. Sharon was Pat's everything. He poured his heart and soul into caring for and comforting her until the very end. Sharon adored her daughter, Mary (Nick) Horton of St. George, UT. She was Mary's biggest fan and was ALWAYS the loudest parent at every soccer game and every gymnastics meet (much to Mary's chagrin). Sharon dedicated her life to ensuring her girl's happiness. Mary was the center of Sharon's universe until her grandsons, Jackson and Xander, were born. She LOVED her boys fiercely and wanted desperately to watch them grow up. Sharon is also survived by her two brothers, Bill (Susie) Morrison of AL, and Ron (Gina) Morrison of NC. She will be profoundly missed by everyone whose life she touched. In keeping with her wishes, cremation was chosen.