In Memory

Shari Varon (Levin)

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01/31/22 12:36 PM #5    

Barbara Burton (Kroman)

So sorry to read about Shari's passing.

01/31/22 01:05 PM #6    

Sue Newman (Melcher)

I am so saddened to learn of Shari's passing.  We were the closest of friends during gradeschool, attending overnight camp together.  I'll remember her laughter and friendship and was so glad I was able to see her at the latest Bowen reunion. Heartfelt condolences to her family. 

01/31/22 08:06 PM #7    

Patti Yale (Shapiro)

I was so sorry to hear of Shari's passing. My deepest condolences to her family.

02/01/22 08:05 AM #8    

Susan Gzesh

Sorry to hear abour Shari's death - the Varón family was so cool - all those sisters. My condolences to all the Varons and Shari's whole family. May her memory be a blessing.

02/01/22 12:38 PM #9    

Roger Hymen

Roger Hymen

I think back to 7th grade walking with Shari and a group of others on the way to Warren from 90th street. Was it really so long ago?    I had a crush on her too and as a 7th grader, showed it by writing Z (for Zorro) on her notebooks.  We had to write quips about each other in 8th grade and the end of what Sharon Leavitt wrote about me was "after that some day he'll marry Sue or Linda or even Shari."  It didn't happen, but the posts brought back some of the good memories.  My condolences to her family.

02/02/22 12:55 PM #10    

Janice Gagerman

I just posted this on the regular Bowen 1968 website. This news is so heart breaking for me. Shari, Sue Newman, and myself were the closest that 3 friends could be. We did everything together - and especially seeing West Side Story more than once. We memorized the songs and went to the park on 87th and Jeffrey, and danced/ sang the songs together. We walked to Warren every day together. Sue was on 88th and Clyde, I was on 89th, and we'd meet up with Shari at the corner of 90th and Chappel. I loved being in her home w/ her 3 sisters, and thought it was so cool to have so many sisters. Her parents were always so nice to me. And finally:  when she saw my mother (deceased 2008) at the beauty parlor in Northbrook, before my mom passed away, she'd always say hello to her and told her to say hi to me (living in California). So sad. 

02/02/22 01:10 PM #11    

Karyn Soref (Graff)

What a terrific loss for Shari's family & friends. I am so sad to hear of her passing. Although we were not close friends in high school, she was always someone I knew was the 'real deal'. After we both grew up and raised our families in the suburbs, we would often run into one another & chat. What a loss to her family who she loved so very much. 

02/03/22 07:21 AM #12    

Herb Erlbach

I am so incredibly sad for the loss. I only remember very nice things about her. Again please accept my condolences.

02/04/22 08:54 AM #13    

Ellyn Kahn (Mayer)

So sorry to hear about Shari. I have nice memories of her. We would occasionally bump into each other at Northbrook Court. She would always recognize me first, and come say hello. May her memory be a blessing for her family and friends.

02/04/22 12:38 PM #14    

Vera Mitrovich

So sorry to hear of Shari's passing. She always had a sweet smile on her face and a glow that radiated from her kind soul. I remember her from our first meeting in our Kindergarten class at Warren and all the classes that we had together in grade school and high school.  God Bless Shari and her family. A great loss to all who knew her. May her memories live eternally in our hearts. 

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