Sharon Rose Eisele
On Palm Sunday, the 14th of April 2019, Sharon Rose (Alford) Eisele of Lincoln, Nebraska entered Eternal Life at the age of 84.
Sharon was born in Wahoo, Nebraska on the 19th of September 1934 to Kathleen Kearney and Stanley Wostrchill. Sharon was a graduate of Lincoln High School and became a cosmetologist. She worked for Miller & Paine. Sharon also became a paraprofessional-educator and worked in the Lincoln Public Schools.
On the 27th of March 1954 she married David Burton Eisele of Lincoln, Nebraska. They raised three children; David, Denise, and Nicole.
Sharon was a loving wife, loving mother, loving grandmother, loving sister to all her siblings, and loved her dog Maggie. Sharon loved her family, gardening, eating out, traveling, socializing, and Nebraska Football. She loved swimming and laying out in the sun. Everyone said she is such a sweet person. She made every holiday special with her love for cooking and desire to provide cards and gifts. She was about cards and gifts.
Sharon was preceded in death by her parents, her loving husband David Burton Eisele, and Maggie. Sharon is survived by David and Laura Eisele, Denise and Nicholas Orick, Nicole Lynn Eisele, and granddaughters Renee Ashley Helmig and Amy Elizabeth Eisele. Sharon is also survived by Lynn Ruedebusch, Wayne Alford, Nancy and Richard Morton, Anamarie Wostrchill and Terry Turney, and Edward and Kathy Wostrchill. Sharon is also survived by Aloha and Jim Pink and high school classmate and lifelong friend Richard Egger.
Private family internment at Lincoln Memorial Park. All family and friends are welcome to attend an Open House Celebration of Sharon’s life from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. on Friday, the 19th of April 2019, at the home of David & Laura Eisele, 2421 South 75th Street, Lincoln Nebraska 68506. Memorials to the family.
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.
Condolences for Sharon Rose Eisele
Denise & Family : I’m thinking of the good memories we had! Enjoyed when Sharon used 2 take us 2 woods pool 2 swim. She was like a mom 2 me! I’m so grateful that I got 2 see her 4 her 80th B Day! Love, Jenny
I’m so sorry about Sharon. I miss her coming into the shop! Her favorite was getting her hair shampooed. She loved getting her head scrubbed! She was one of my favorite clients! Love to her family❤️
My deepest sympathy for the loss of dear Sharon. I will always remember visiting with her when she would come in from walking her precious Maggie. She was a kind and sweet friend and will be greatly missed.
So sorry for your loss. Sharon was a very sweet person. She will be missed.