Sharon Ann Beyer, age 68, of Neenah, passed away quietly on July 29, 2022, at Little Chute Health Services. Sharon was born on April 10, 1954, daughter of the late Leroy and Joan (Pakalski) Beyer. She graduated from Neenah High School in 1972 and continued on to earn her beautician license from the Appleton School of Cosmetology. Sharon worked at Creations by Lawrence for many years before transitioning to medical transcription. She worked with a physical therapy office as well as Affinity Medical Groups OBGYN office. Sharon’s last 18 years in the work force were spent working as a Community Clerk for the Menasha Police Department, retiring in 2017.
Sharon had a passion for cooking and enjoyed feeding people. Her calico beans and margaritas were always a favorite. She was famous for her chicken booyah, a favorite at church fundraisers and family gatherings. Sharon loved to spend time with family and friends, especially her grandchildren. She would set up tea parties for her grandchildren, making lasting memories. She taught them to play card games like Kings Corner and a special type of rummy. She also enjoyed playing sheepshead and cowboy rummy with her mother and sister-in-law Char. Sharon took long drives with her mother to visit family and friends. She enjoyed watching the Milwaukee Brewers and Green Bay Packers.
Sharon is survived by her only daughter Andria (David) Weber; six grandchildren: Clara, Celena, Caleb, Christian, Cambria and Carter; her step mother and best friend: Betty Douglas; her siblings: Steve (Linda) Meyer, Keith (Sherri) Beyer, Todd (Mary) Beyer, Troy (Lori) Beyer, and Roy (Char) Beyer; sister-in-law: Debbie Meyer; and good friends Clare Drzewiecki and Sally Gidlof. She was preceded in death by her parents, brother: Ron Meyer; and sister: Jeanne Myhill.
A Funeral Liturgy for Sharon will be held at 11:00 am on August 19, 2022, at St. Mary Catholic Church, 528 Second St., Menasha, with Father Michael Lightner officiating. Visitation will be held from 9:00 am until the time of Mass.
Sharon’s family would like to thank Moments Hospice for their kindness and compassion.