Condolence From: Pat Bennon, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: Sharon and I met almost 20 years ago when we attended a Mount Carmel leadership retreat. She was a great leader, both at St. Ann's as a nurse manager but also in her latest role as a Regulatory Specialist. She knew her job; you could see her dedication as she continued to work while undergoing treatment for her disease. She supported numerous departments including mine over many years of service. Her expertise and commitment to patients---always at the forefront of her work---will be greatly missed. My condolences to the family, she spoke of you often. You are in my prayers.
Condolence From: Florence Snyder, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: My condolences to the family. Rest in peace .
Condolence From: Cousin, Kelly Hamilton, GC, OH
Condolence: So pleasing to see so many people were touched by Cousin Sharon's incisive people talents as were me and my family blessed at an early age in life to experience the compassion, love and leadership Sharon, Ernie, Uncle Albert, Aunt "mommy chris" and Freda showed during our living with them. Sharon's big, hearty laugh continues to be heard in my fond memories. Peace and Love.
Condolence From: Jill Ritchey
Condolence: An amazing nurse - supportive of peers and patient/family.
Her energy and wit, always made a difficult day better.
My condolences to Sharon's family for this deep loss.
Nursing has also suffered a loss.
Condolence From: Connie Williams, Westerville, OH
Condolence: I worked with Sharon at St. Ann's for many years. She was a wonderful person, sweet and had a great sense of humor. When I was a patient several years back she made sure I had wonderful care. I hope the memories will get you through these rough times. God Bless your family.
Condolence From: Beckie Brown, Houston, Texas
Condolence: To the family,so sorry for your loss,I;ve Sharon for a long time,I;ve work with her at St.Ann;s,and she was a wonderful person,My Prayer goes out to you and your famly.
Condolence From: Renee Smith, Lynchburg, Ohio
Condolence: Sharon was many things to many people...
My heart breaks for Tim, David, and Mikey..(her boys). She loves her boys. She always gave it her all no matter how big or small the task. I will miss my friend, she will always hold a special place in my heart.
For now Sharon,"see you later friend".
Condolence From: Sonni Williams, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: Sharon was an amazing nurse, boss, friend, and mentor. I worked for her on 2North. She always pushed me to my utmost potential. She knew what I was capable of even before I did. When I became a clinical manager she became a wonderful friend and mentor. She was there to support me when I needed her. Sharon also supported my decision when I decided to step down from being a manager to go back to patient care. She was a beautiful woman inside and out. She will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family.
Condolence From: Carol Moody, Casa Grande, Az
Condolence: My immediate thoughts of Sharon are how she loved life. She gave 100% of herself in everything she did. She was able to stay upbeat in almost any situation and when she couldn’t, she still managed to console others.
My sympathy goes out to Tim and family. Sharon will be missed.
Condolence From: Jane Addy, Lewis Center, Ohio
Condolence: My prayers and thoughts go to Sharon's family. Sharon and I began our careers together at St. Ann's Hospital many years ago, I hold many memories of our time together. She often spoke of her family with such loving fondness, and had great dedication for the patient's she served. God Bless you during this time.
Condolence From: Cindy Hughes, Pickerington, Ohio
Condolence: I work with Sharon's husband Tim at Big Lots so I am fully aware of the difficult journey both Sharon and Tim have been on these past few months. My thoughts and prayers are with Tim and his family.
Condolence From: Barbara Dudley, Powell, Ohio
Condolence: To Sharon’s family, I send my deepest sympathy and prayers. I worked with Sharon many years ago at St. Ann’s before she became a nurse. She had special gifts of warmth, caring and kindness that eventually lead her to become a wonderful nurse. She will be missed by many. I am sorry for your loss.
Condolence From: Linda McSweeney, Gahanna, Ohio
Condolence: I have had the pleasure of knowing Sharon most of my career at Mount Carmel, beginning with when we were Nurse Managers together at St. Ann's. We developed a great bond right from the start. What I remember most about her was her special sense of humor, her passion around our patients, and the love she always had for her staff and everyone she worked with. She was so knowledgeable, and I learned a lot from Sharon over the years. We will all miss our dear friend Sharon, but she leaves behind a wonderful legacy. My thoughts and prayers are with her family during this difficult time. Sharon loved you all so very much, and spoke of often.
Condolence From: Janene Lewis, New Albany, Ohio
Condolence: My thoughts and prayers to Sharon’s family at this time of loss. I worked for Sharon at Mount Carmel St Ann’s She was my nursing mentor and an amazing role model. She had the ability to see the strengths in others and sought to develop them as great leaders. Sharon did that for me and I will forever be grateful to have known her.
Condolence From: Gail Stahura, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: I worked with Sharon several years ago at St. Ann’s. She was always kind, friendly & a joy to work with. When my mom was a patient on 2 North she was so attentive to her. My deepest sympathies to the Wollum family. You will be in my thoughts & prayers during this difficult time.
Condolence From: Lori Sorth, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: I was Sharon's preceptor when she was a brand new nurse on 2North at St Ann's...what fun we had! I watched her grow as a nurse and as a person, marrying and raising a family. God bless all of the Wollam/Heatherly family and may the Lord comfort you all in this very difficult time.
Condolence From: Casey Scurlock, Gahanna, Ohio
Condolence: Sharon was an amazing teacher, mentor and friend. I was a new nurse when Sharon hired me. She gave me so many opportunities to grow as a nurse. She always wanted the best, not only for the patients but also her staff. I am so honored and lucky to have known such a wonderful person. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends during this time.
Condolence From: Terry Fail, Lewis Center, Ohio
Condolence: Tim, David and Mike,
Please accept my deepest sympathies. I have known Sharon since she was a new nurse and worked with her in several positions over the years at St. Ann’s. She was an excellent nurse, but more importantly she was a kind, caring and beautiful person. Her dedication and love of nursing and for her patients was only exceeded by her love for her
family. My love, thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this most difficult time.
Condolence From: Cheryl/Mark Davanzo, Westerville, OH
Condolence: Our deepest and heartfelt sympathies to Sharon’s family...she was an extraordinary nurse and kind person who gave selflessly on a daily basis. Her kindness spoke volumes to us both. You are all in our thoughts and prayers as this blessed angel flies home.
Condolence From: LeAnn Kayser, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: I started volunteering 10 years ago and Sharon was 2nd floor unit manager at the time. I worked on her floor quite a bit and she was always so helpful and appreciated me being there visiting with her patients. As time went on we became fast friends because we had a similar sense of humor. She always was willing to help and so appreciated it. My heart goes out to her husband and children she will be greatly missed.