SHARON HOLLIS SUTTER
July 1, 2021
Sharon Hollis Sutter, age 76, born in Monroe, Wisconsin, on November 26, 1943, died in her Minneola, Florida, home October 1, 2020, from Lewy Body Dementia.
Preceded in death were Sharon's parents, Paul and Evelyn Hollis; brothers, Keith, Alan and Glen Hollis.
Surviving sister, Sue Ann (Ross) Smith; brother, Dale (Pat Peterson) Hollis; husband, William Sutter. Children, Scott (Michelle) Sutter, Michelle (Brad) Kitchin. Grandchildren, Nicole (Blake) Haller, Michael (Hannah) Kitchin, Matthew, Myles, and Mason Kitchin; and numerous beloved nieces and nephews.
Beauty and intelligence were demonstrated in Sharon being selected Wisconsin Pure Milk Queen and Alice in Dairyland Finalist. Graduate of UW-Whitewater. Award-winning drama and debate student. As a first year teacher at Waunakee, Wisconsin, her debate teams won several trophies. As a writer for the Florida Catholic newspaper and editor of Dallas and Fort Worth newspapers, her articles celebrated the human challenge and touched many lives. Bishop Fulton Sheen, Billy Graham, Charles Swindoll, and Mother Angelica are among the many great individuals interviewed and honored by her writing. Being a student of "A Course in Miracles" contributed to her unjudging love and appreciation of God's family.
An informal graveside service will be held at Jug Prairie Cemetery, at the intersection of Yarwood Road and Smith Road, Brooklyn, WI, on July 11, 2021, at 1:00 p.m.
Memories and loving thoughts are requested in lieu of flowers or donations.