Sharon McDowell Obituary, Death – On June 10, 2023, Sharon McDowell lost her long and arduous battle against the effects of her illness in the Royal Victoria Hospital in Armoy. She was a victim of the sickness. Her passing occurred after she had put up a significant fight against it for a significant amount of time. She was the much-loved sister of Jeanette (Elliott), Roberta (McCaughey), Alexander (Alex), Marion (McNabb), and Julie (Redmond), the sister in law of Davy, Willie, Wilma, Eamon, and John, a much-loved aunt and great aunt, and Lynne’s closest friend.
In addition, she was the sister in law of Davy, Willie, and Wilma. In addition to this, she was the sister of Davy’s, Willie’s, and Wilma’s husbands respectively. In addition to that, her family looked up to her tremendously as an aunt and a great aunt, both roles for which she was held in the highest regard. In addition to this, she was the sister of Davy’s, Willie’s, Wilma’s, and John’s respective husbands’ brothers. Eamon and John were also her brothers-in-law. Only John was in a committed relationship with someone.
On Wednesday, November 21, at 2:00 p.m., there will be a Thanksgiving Service held at the DJM Robinson & Son Funeral Home for individuals who have passed away. This service will be done in their honor. Following the conclusion of the burial service, the body will be interred at Ballymoney Cemetery as soon as possible after the service has concluded. If you do not wish to send flowers but would still like to make a donation, you may do so by sending it to the RVH Liver Support Group care of DJM Robinson & Son at 121 Culcrum Road,
Cloughmills, BT44 9DT. If you do not wish to send flowers but would still like to make a donation, you can do so by sending it to the RVH Liver Support Group. This address is published on the organization’s website, which may be accessed by clicking here. always held a place in our hearts that is uniquely theirs and cannot be replicated by anybody else. This void will never be replaced.But as for me, Lord, I will commit my faith to you and declare, “You are my God.” You are the one who decides how things will move for me given the current state they are in, therefore the decision ultimately rests with you. Psalm 31 v14-15.