Sharon Kay Covey

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Sharon Kay Covey


Sharon was born October 17, 1943 in Denver, Colorado.  She passed away November 27, 2014 in Englewood, Colorado. Sharon was preceded in death by her loving husband, Arthur C. Covey, Sr. She is survived by her children Sunda, Art, Jr. and Shay. Sharon had a massive collection of Santa figurines as well as Santa "nick nacks" which represented her love for Christmas.

Memorial services will be held on Friday, December 5, 2014 at 11:00 am at Amazing Grace Church (3325 South Federal Blvd). Sharon will be laid to rest with her husband Art, Sr. at Fort Logan National Cemetery.

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  1. Shay, Art and Family,

    My prayers and thoughts are with you and the family. If there is anything I can do please let me know.

    Love you Shay!


    Monica and Dennis

  2. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.  As much as it hurts those of us left behind, they are together again.   Sherry is with Art, the love of her life.  Troy and I will always remember the good times we all had together.  They both will be truly missed.

  3. OMG, I just saw Sherry's obituary. She was my friend and my old co worker for years. I can't believe no one contacted me. Shey know's were I live. Unbelievable. I love you Sherry and now you and Art can rest in peace

  4. well mom mothers day is coming up this sunday and it will be our 3rd year with out you here with us i miss you so very much aunt mickey past awsy a few days ago so she is in heaven with you i hope you and dad are enjoying each other i miss you both so very much i have so much to tell you candyce is having twin girls in about 5 weeks and kindra is having a baby girl on your birthday shayleene is having a girl 2 days befor dads birthday that will make it 6 great granddaughter and 4 great grandsons for you i am trying to take care of artie and shay for you thank you for all you taught me and for raising me to be a strong woman and to be the best i can be i love you and happy mothers day

  5. mom i miss you sooooo much everyday i think i need to call mom and ask her something or tell you something there has been times i needed you and i no you are not here i love and miss you sooooooooo much

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