Sharon Vivian Sobus


It is with a great sadness we announce the passing of our beloved mother. Sharon Vivian Sobus (nee Hutton) departed from this world quietly and pain free at the Sturgeon Community Hospital surrounded by her family and friends. We wish to thank the countless nurses and doctors who provided such loving care for our mother in her final journey. With your angelic care our mother’s final days struggling with chronic illness were valiant, kind and peaceful. While we mourn the loss of such a remarkable woman, we find solace in knowing that she is resting comfortably holding the hands of her boys who have gone before her. She was born on October 21, 1942 in Neepawa, Manitoba. Growing up, she shared many cherished memories with her siblings, who were her lifelong companions. Their bonds of love and support brought immeasurable joy to her life. As she journeyed through life, she became a nurturing mother, grandmother and great-grandmother and raised a beautiful family both biological and adoptive that brought her Immense happiness and joy. Her unwavering dedication and love for children knew no bounds, and she was always there for them, guiding and encouraging them in every step of their lives. However, death has a way of leaving an indelible mark on the lives it touches. Before her passing, she endured the loss of her parents, husband and both her sons. Through her ability to share such colourful stories we will now cherish them all and her memory of each of their remarkable impact lives on, forever etched in our hearts and minds. As she would have, let us take a moment to honor their lives and the impact they had on her journey. Let us remember them as vibrant souls who brought light and love to her.
During her 81 years with us, she exhibited qualities that endeared her to all who knew her. She was known for her kindness, compassion, and unwavering support. Her ability to bring a smile to anyone’s face was truly a gift that brightened the lives of many. Her ability to love unconditionally and accept all she met afforded her the opportunity to have an immeasurable amount of children and adults alike call her mom. While we bid our final farewell, let us cherish the memories we shared with her. Though she may no longer physically be present, her spirit shall forever live on within each of us. We honor her legacy and the love that will continue to unite us as a family.
In memory of our beloved mother, sister and friend , let us continue to celebrate the bonds of family, remembering the enduring love that will forever connect us.

A celebration of life will be held
February 17, 2024 at 11:00am at
The Salvation Army
11661 95 street
Edmonton . Alberta
T5G 1L7

For those that wish to make a donation in lieu of flowers we suggest a donation to either The Salvation Army where our mother spent over a decade volunteering her time or to the WIN house a charity with great ties to her heart.

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Craig Stansfield

My deepest condolences to you and the family. Your mom was such a beautiful bright star. She was always smiling and u can tell she loved her family.

Sending love to you.

Kim Dodman

Mom you shall forever be remembered and cherished. You always put a smile on everyone’s face when they met you. Your kindness and generosity and love with no judgement will never be forgotten. Thank you for all you did for us, and I know you will be smiling down. Love and miss you! Kimmer

Dwayne and Ellen Guldbrandsen

Mum you will always be in our hearts.
Mum you were always my second special mum. You put up with a lot especially when Sam, Steve, Linda and myself or even just Sam and I were together. You may be gone but never ever gone from my heart. We will always LOVE you forever.

Your loving son Dwayne.