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Sharon L. Korlesky

Sep 04, 1940 - Apr 17, 2020


Sharon L. Korlesky, 79, of Sheboygan, passed away Friday, April 17, 2020 at Meadow View Health Services. Sharon was born to the late Delores and Herbert Stufen in Sheboygan on Sept. 4, 1940 and she graduated from Central High School. On July 1, 1961 Sharon was united in marriage to Theodore Korlesky at Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church. She was an avid reader, crossword puzzle fanatic and loved gambling at the Island Casino in Harris, Michigan. She also had a love for cardinals. One of her favorite things to do was take pontoon boat rides in the evening around Cedar Lake.
Sharon is survived by her husband Ted and son Michael (Lori) Korlesky.
She was preceded in death by her daughter Michelle Korlesky, parents and one brother.
There will be a private service held at Reinbold-Novak Funeral Home and entombment will take place at the Gardens of Peace Mausoleum at Greenlawn Memorial Park.
Memorials can be directed to the Alzheimer’s Association in Sharon’s name. Condolences may be expressed online and “Hugs from Home” may be submitted until Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. to show your love and support to the family. Please visit
Ted would like the thank the helpful staff at Meadow View Health Services.



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Jeffrey A Justus

So sorry to hear about your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Jeff

Bob Morgan

Mike to you and your family you have my sympathy

nancy weinberger

May I share some moments I had with Sharon. It was my dog Bella and me in the photo in her room. For the past year and 1/2 I would stop and sit on her bed and say.Guess who`s here to see you..and she would recognize my voice and say...softly ..Nancy..and I would add..and who do I have in my arms and she would say Bella..My visit was short but it always ended with ..okay, I`m leaving..see you later alligator and she would always ..finish with ... in a while crocodile..I`ll never forget that.!! One time I kissed her on her forehead and said I love you and she softly added ...I love you too. And when she was in her wheel chair, she was more alert... I could almost always, get a smile .She was precious ,and had a place in my heart.

jon p. waldron jr

Hi Mike its Jon . Worked with you at St. Nickolas Hospital. Sorry for your loss.

jon p. waldron jr

Hi Mike its Jon . Worked with you at St. Nickolas Hospital. Sorry for your loss.


Hey teddy just wanted to say my condolences to you and Mike Sean sends his love too

Roy Annelin

Mike and family, my prayers are with you and your family. Sincerely, Roy

Darlene Lumme

Karen Becker

John Kotnik

My deepest sympathies for your loss. I didn't know Sharon but she must have been a terrific mother judging by what fine people Mike and Michelle grew up to be. May God be with you.

Sherry Stegemeyer

I'm sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed talking to Sharon when she came to get her hair cut. We always had things to remember from being neighbors when I was a kid to interest in my family now..

Jeffrey Ries

Hi Teddy and Mike, I am so sorry to hear of your mom and wife passing. I can still remember when we would all get together over by grandpa Ries for a family get together. Seems like yesterday. I will pray for you both and our Lord God will see you through this difficult time. Stay safe and stay strong. Cousin Jeff

Shari Ries

May the good Lord hold you close for you are now home. You will always be in my thoughts and prayers. Love you always. God bless Shari Ries

Andrew Harms

My condolences, seems like yesterday I was a kid living next to your family. May God watch over you in this difficult time. Love, Andy

Tom Longrie

Ted, Mike, and Lori: Sorry to hear about Sharon your wife and mother. Please accept our deepest sympathy. Carol & Tom Longrie