In Loving Memory of
Obituary of Sheron AlbersIt is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Sheron Evelyn Albers (nee Rennie) of Niagara Falls, on Sunday, June 12, 2022, at the age of 93 years young. She will lovingly be remembered by her daughter, Diane Knott, granddaughter, Jacquelyn Knott (Matthew) and great-grandson, Travis Farrell. Additionally, she leaves behind many close family and friends, as in these 93 years she has greatly touched the lives and hearts of so many.
Sheron wanted to be remembered as a woman of strength and gentle kindness in the same moment. She reminded us often that she was grateful to have had a wonderful life; filled with love, joy and health. This was all made possible by family, close friends and colleagues throughout the years.
Born in Niagara Falls as Sheron Evelyn Schaeffer, at the tender age of 14 she was adopted and raised by her loving older sister, Edna and her husband, Dave Rennie, following their mother’s passing.
Sheron is predeceased by her loving husband of over 50 years, Glen L. Albers, as well as her cherished son Glen D. Albers.
Many knew Sheron from her 30 years of dedication as the Personnel Relations Administrator with the Ford Glass Plant in Niagara Falls, in which she was the first salaried employee hired in 1961. She went on to retire in 1991 and then proceeded to enjoy her winters in Sarasota, Florida with her husband until his passing in 2001. After Glen’s passing, Sheron continued her spirit of life for another 21 years in which she was blessed to create many memories with new friends, partners and even welcomed a great-grandson.
Sheron carried her vibrant attitude until her last moments, ensuring that we will always remember her love of life and the people who shared it with her.
Love you Forever;
Diane, Jackie (Matthew) and Travis.
As per Sheron’s wishes, cremation has taken place along with a private graveside ceremony with the support of Essentials Cremation and Burial Services. A Celebration of Life will be shared with close friends and family in the coming months.
If you wish to donate to a Society on Sheron’s behalf, we ask that you please choose a charity close to your heart. Online condolences may be shared on Sheron's tribute page found at EssentialsNiagara.com.
Service InformationThere are no upcoming public services scheduled or the service has occurred in the past.
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We are just learning of Sheron’s passing and are deeply saddened by the news. We remember her caring ways, her fun loving spirit, great sense of humor and infectious laugh. We were blessed to be able to love her as part of our ‘family’, if only for a little while.
Our deepest condolences.
Sheron and Glenn were such an important part of our parents life in Niagara Falls(Don and Jean Robertson). Dad loved working with Sheron and told Mom “if I die, Sheron knows everything”. We remember how much fun both Sheron and Glenn were. Sending our thoughts and prayers to your family.
My Deepest Condolences Diane and Family.. Thinking of you all during this time. Much Love.
Sharon was the most amazing lady that I had the privilege to call mom!! Most of the neighborhood are back together again and I can just imagine the party they’re having! Sharon was definitely loved and she will be truly missed. Love you and rest in paradise!❤❤❤
Dear Diane Jackie, Matthew and Travis We are sadden to hear of your mom’s passing. She was a grand lady, full of fun and laughter. May our Lord God and Saviour keep you in His tender and comforting arms.
Diane and family I’m so very sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. I hope she left you all with many wonderful memories.