On February 10, 2022, Sharon Ann Rychwalski (nee Waclawski) passed in the company of her loving family. She was 77.
Born in Baltimore, the daughter of Frank John and Florence Anna (nee Zimmerman) Waclawski, she would live in Glen Burnie for most of her life. Sharon was known as a "daddy's girl," and "Pop Pop" was her herothroughout her life. During her early years, she attended Glen Burnie High School and was a member of the Catholic faith community. It was said, she was a prayer warrior who put her trust in Jesus. She liked to crochet and made many Afghans for her family and friends. She particularly like to garden and was known for the variety of flowers she grew, especially her impatiens. She also enjoyed the many hummingbirds that visited her garden. Sharon raised a tight knit family and enjoyed being with them most of all.
Sharon joins her dear husband Norman, who passed in 2013, after more than forty years of marriage. Surviving her are her beloved children, Phyllis Rehmeyer and husband Todd, Neil Gurtler and wife Chris and Eddie Gurtler. He memory will be cherisher by 4 loving grandchildren and three dear great grandchildren. Her beloved siblings Gerri Good and husband Donald and Phillip Waclawski and wife Karen will deeply miss her. She joins her late brother Francis Walawski in passing.
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