Sharon Elliott Obituary, Death-Sharon Lee Elliott, a wonderful wife, mother, sister, and friend, passed away on October 28, 2023, at the age of 69, and her loss is deeply felt by all who knew and loved her. Unwavering love, compassion, and a commitment to bettering the lives of those around her defined Sharon’s life. Sharon Mott, the beloved daughter of Joseph Mott and Anita Mott (Richards), was born on November 9, 1953. Her journey through life was defined by her unwavering commitment to the senior population, which she fulfilled by working as an activities director for Seniors First.
Sharon’s work made a positive impact on the lives of the elderly people she helped. Her kindness will live on in the memories of all who knew her. Sharon was an adventurous and vivacious person when she wasn’t at work. She loved to travel and see new cultures, and she had a special place in her heart for animals. Still, she loved her family the most and would do everything for them. Sharon loved her six grandkids and four great-grandchildren unconditionally and gave them all of her time and attention.
There are two of Sharon’s children and her spouse left behind: Benn Sorensen (Adrianne) and Brandy Lillis (Edwin). In addition to her parents, she is survived by her three brothers: Thomas, William, and Michael Mott. The people she loved most—her family—are the ones who will carry on her legacy. Joseph Mott, Anita Mott, and Linda Mann, and Robert Mott, her parents and siblings, have all passed on and are now at peace with her in the hereafter. For anyone who wishes to remember Sharon by making a donation in her name, the family suggests sending money to Seniors First at 207 Mosby Lane, Front Royal, VA 22630, or to the SPCA in your area.
These gifts will forever honor her thoughtfulness and generosity. The family would like to thank everyone who has offered prayers and condolences to them during this time of loss. Every person who had the honor of knowing Sharon will carry a bright light of love and kindness in their hearts forever. Let us remember Sharon’s kindness, the lives she touched, and the love that lives on in each of us as we say our final goodbyes. We pray that she finds comfort in the knowledge that her acts of love and compassion will live on in the hearts of those who remember her forever.