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Sharon L. Sledesky Obituary- Death, Sharon L. Sledesky Funeral

Sharon L. Sledesky Obituary- Death, Sharon L. Sledesky Funeral

Sharon Lee (Magnotta) Sledesky, 67, of Vernon, died unexpectedly on Friday December 31, 2021, at John Dempsey Hospital in Farmington. She was born on February 3, 1954, in Hartford, CT, daughter of the late Thomas P. and Maryann (Tonski) Magnotta. Sharon grew up in Manchester and was a graduate of East Catholic High School class of 1972. She began working at a print shop called Electrocal where she met her first husband, Allan Borek, they married in 1974 and had two daughters. Sharon later went to work for Northeast Utilities in the late 1980’s as a meter reader, where she met and would later marry her second husband, Marc Sledesky, in 1989, with whom she had a son. She later went on to work at the UCONN Medical Center in Farmington in medical records, where she had been employed for the past 20 years. Sharon was planning her retirement for April of this year when she was looking forward to living a bi-coastal lifestyle.

She loved to go on cruises and spend time with her family. It did not matter the destination she just enjoyed being on the ship, or at the slots. Sharon had many hobbies including scoping out the best spot at Misquamicut Beach, roller skating, dancing, bowling and reading. Most recently she was very proud to have achieved the title of Level 47 Pokémon Trainer. She leaves behind her aforementioned children, Tina Lazzaris and her husband Jeff of Preston, Amanda Borek of Manchester, and Tommy Sledesky and his husband Dan Sciarra of San Francisco, CA; her brothers, William Magnotta and his wife Lorraine of Vernon, and Robert Magnotta and his wife Janet of Manchester along with numerous nieces and nephews. She also leaves her two cats and grand dogs whom she adored, Abby, Minnie, Sophie, Leo, and Opie. Her family will receive friends for calling hours on Wednesday, January 12, 2022, from 4-6 p.m., at the Samsel & Carmon Funeral Home, 419 Buckland Rd., South Windsor. A time of sharing will be held at 6pm and Sharon’s family encourages anyone who wishes to share a memory, prayer or story to do so. In lieu of flowers memorial donations in Sharon’s memory may be made to the Lymphoma Research Foundation. For online condolence please visit www.carmonfuneralhome.com