Sharon Elizabeth Lebsack
Sharon Elizabeth Lebsack passed away September 17, 2022 in Lincoln, NE. Sharon was born to William and Elizabeth Fisher on November 8, 1946 in Alton, Illinois. She graduated from Lincoln Northeast High School where she met the love of her life, David Lebsack. Sharon and Dave were married September 24, 1964 and enjoyed 48 wonderful years together until his passing in 2012. Before her retirement, Sharon was an office manager for Holmes Lake Family Medicine, but her true life’s work was being a caregiver. Her generosity touched many lives and she found great joy in caring for others, especially her grandchildren. Sharon’s world revolved around her family and their activities and she also enjoyed being a member of St. David’s Episcopal Church, Husker volleyball, Elvis, her beloved terriers, and chocolate! We will dearly miss her unconditional love and support, incredible selflessness and that infectious laugh.
Sharon is survived by her children Lindy Bonnett (Doug), Scott Lebsack (Christie), grandchildren Haley Lebsack (David), Amera Nix(Josh), Seth Leybold, sisters Mary Finayev (Alexander), Malissa Brown (Ronnie), brother Richard Fisher(Vickie), sister-in-law Judy Hoy, great-grandchildren Leighton, Lyra, Jay, Evynn, Mila, Harlynn, nieces and nephews Gayle, Tammie, Mike, Mark, Craig, Caleb, Josh, Jason, Matt and numerous other relatives and friends who loved her. The family also wishes to express our sincerest thanks to the Legacy Arbors and HoriSun Hospice for their wonderful care and compassion.
Memorial service at 10:00am Saturday, October 15 at St. David’s Episcopal Church, 8800 Holdrege, Lincoln, NE. Memorials to St. David’s or to an organization you think would be meaningful to Sharon.
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Funeral Home assisting is Aspen Mortuary, 4822 Cleveland Avenue, Lincoln, NE 68504. To view an on-line obituary or email condolences please visit Aspen Mortuary’s website at www.aspenaftercare.com.
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I’m so sorry to hear of Sharon’s passing. I have so many good memories of her at softball games, parties and at the Dr office. Lindy and Scott watch for signs from her that she is still with you. Being a mother, grandmother & great grandmother was her world.
I will forever be grateful to have gotten to know Sharon over these past few months. I will never forget our life talks while we did manicures together. Truly an amazing lady that left an everlasting impact on my life. Every time I hear an Elvis song I will be thinking of her. My greatest condolences.
I am overwhelmed with sorrow because of Sharon’s passing. Sharon was the office manager for all of my working years art the clinic. She was loved and admired by all who worked with her. Her dedication and efficiency was unmatchable. She was at the office until it closed every night and that was very late, at times. One reason for that was her consideration of the other employees who were expected to be home. My heart goes out to Lindy, Scot and all the years she spent with her wonderful husband Dave. She was so very efficient and level headed and created an atmosphere of compatibility. I cannot adequately express my affection and gratitude that I have for Sharon. I will always have a place in my heart for Sharon. Dr. Jon