Vincennes, IN – Sharon Marie Smith, 73, of Vincennes, Indiana, passed away on Tuesday, July 13, 2021 at the Good Samaritan Home in Vincennes. She was born on August 10, 1947 in Vincennes to the late Jack Gray and Martha Irene (Polk) Seber.
Sharon adored her little Yorkies. She enjoyed reading and discussing spirituality with her friends.
She is survived by her daughter in law, Paula Fiscus; her granddaughters, Alexandra & Gabrielle Fiscus; step-children, Paula Acker, David Worth, and Carolyn Smith Oriez and nieces & nephews, Nathan Gray, Anntoinette Sims (Terry), Sheri Vinson (Donnie), Lisa Rhodes (Jim), Brad Holmes (Melanie)
Great Nieces and Nephews: Amber Miller (Mark), Bryan Vinson (Melissa), Josh Holmes, Justin Holmes (Shandy), Jessica Newton (Brandon)
Sharon is preceded in death by her son, Todd Fiscus and her siblings, Barbara Holmes, Leon Gray and Lee Gray.
The family would like to give a special thanks to all of Sharon’s friends and neighbors who assisted in her care, as well as the third-floor staff of Good Samaritan Hospital in Vincennes.
Memorial contributions in honor of Sharon may be made to the Vincennes Animal Shelter located at 1128 River Road, Vincennes, Indiana 47591.
Simple Cremation Evansville is entrusted with care.
Toni Fiscus says
She was my sister – in – law for many years , I loved her dearly. I would like to send my thoughts and prayers to her family and friends.May she Rest In Peace .
Toni Fiscus says
She was my sister- in – law at one point in my life and I loved her dearly . My thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends.May she Rest In Peace.
Charlotte Kaiser says
Hello, I am a nurse on the 3rd floor at Good Samaritan Hospital, and took care of this little lady during her stay. I just wanted to thank you so much for allowing us to take care of Ms. Sharon, she was an absolute delight. May her energy find peace.
Jeff Barrett says
I worked with her at the Village way back in late 90s. Always had a smile on her face, and was a kind soul. I’m sorry for your loss
Melinda McKee Carie says
I worked with Sharon 21 years ago at the Youth Village. A great lady. RIP. ✝️💟
Mary Beth Gray-Brocksmith says
I am so very sad today. Sharon was one of my dearest friends. We didn’t keep in contact often but from time to time I would pick up my phone and call her and we would talk for hours. I was her friend that stood beside her and walked beside her during all of Tod’s funeral services. I am that friend and that girl. I picked up my phone to call her yesterday and her phone was disconnected! I knew then something was really wrong. I have been in and out of the hospital since December and have really been out of touch with the world. My name is Mary Beth. She will be always remembered in my heart and I wish her Peace.