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Sharon L. Cole-Legette

April 20, 1963 ~ September 22, 2018 (age 55)

Our beloved Mrs. Sharon L Cole-Legette received the ultimate gift, and was called home to live an everlasting life in the warmth and light of our savior on September 22, 2018.
To know Sharon was to love her. Her warmth and smile will forever be her trademark to all who knew her. As well as sharing a hug with anyone that needed one. We all will remember her for the depth of her love, kindness, and the feeling of inclusion she extended to all. It was known to all of us that her family was the center of her world, and anyone that befriended her became a part of that family. She was always a phone call or visit away and made time for each and everyone of us. She relished in the beauty of her DEVOTED daughter Ebby Perez of Boston, her “tootsie pop” and her son Hamilton Legette. Forever refer to as "P-nut" she was Always known for being ready to share the most recent accomplishments of one of her beloved seven grandchildren. Kyan , Aparacio, Zenyah, Aubree, Dylan, Hamilton Dashaun II, and Julian.

Sharon was employed by Fidelity House Human Services up until she took I'll. Here she will be remembered for being an honest, hard working employee. Trained to work with the developmentally delayed, she would always be seen bringing her clients with her during non-work hours, going the extra mile to show each and every one how important and special they are.

The hope for all is that you find solace in that she has returned to her loving mother that predeceased her, Dorothy “Nana” Cole-Tejada. Also predeceased by her father Thomas Cole, and her sister Michelle Bettcher.

She is survived by her ex-husband, Hamilton Legette, Sr.; her siblings, Scott Chase & his wife Sheila, Gail Opare Asamoah, Tanya Bettcher, Christina Crawford, Nicole Cole & Kimberly Cole; her step-father, Rafael Tejada. Sharon was also survived by several nieces & nephews. All of which had loving nicknames and helped to show each and everyone of us how important, special, and loved we are by her. "Love you more"

Relatives & friends are invited to attend visiting hours at the Diaz-Healy Funeral Home, 107 South Broadway, Lawrence on Monday, October 1, 2018 from 5 - 8 p.m.