Sharon Ann Corini

December 28, 1949 - December 12, 2016

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Sharon Ann Corini, following a 10 year battle with cancer, went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, on the morning of December 12, 2016 in Hollister. She is survived by her husband of 35 years, Nickolas J Corini, her daughter Nicole Maican and her husband Radu, Sons Wayne Corini and his wife Vicki, Nick Corini and wife Julie, and Tony Corini.

She also leaves behind 12 Grandchildren, in addition to her sister Patty Almond and husband John, and sister Nancy Dover and her husband Roger. Sharon was born on December 28, 1949 in Gilroy, California to Michael Salvadore Lo-Nero, and Enzina Helen Bondi Lo-Nero, who both have predeceased her in death. She was a graduate of Live Oak High School and Bryman College, and employed by Jan Marini Skin Care Research as Office Manager and Executive Assistant to the Vice President.

In 2004 she won the Stevie Award from the American Business Awards as the Best Support Staffer in the United States and was presented her award in New York.She enjoyed, on television, watching Dancing With The Stars, Family Feud withSteve Harvey, and numerous Cooking shows and competitions.Sharon loved her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and read her Bible every day andher life exemplified that He lived within her in the love she showed her children and grandchildren and in her service to the community in various projects including setting up and funding a snack shack for Upward Sports, a Christian Organization, so underprivileged children could receive scholarships andparticipate in youth sports while learning and experiencing the love of Jesus Christ.

She will be greatly missed by family and all who were fortunate enough to be apart of her life. Visitation will be at the Grunnagle-Ament-Nelson Funeral Home at 870 San Benito Street, Hollister on Monday, December 19th from 5 to 8 PM. Church Services at the Christ Fellowship Church, 2066 San Benito Street, Hollister on Tuesday, December 20th, 2016 at 9:30 AM followed by burial at Santa Clara Mission Cemetery. Donations to the American Cancer Society.

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