Sharron Marie Busby

Sharron Marie Busby was born on March 04, 1962 to Florence Strother and Warren Busby. She was the youngest of five siblings and is survived by sister Marilynn ,her only daughter Brianna Busby, her beloved cousins, nieces and nephews. Sharron was an incredibly kind and well-read human being who thoroughly enjoyed the arts and academia. Her greatest love in life was music and she graced the world with her voice as a singer. She was fond of all genres of music but had a special love for Jazz and R&B. In her prime she sang with The New World Band and The Shades of Brown in Boston, MA.

She attended Lexington high school and worked at a number of jobs throughout her life. She lived in Texas for a period of time where she worked at American Airlines as a Reservationist. She eventually moved back home to Boston, MA and had her daughter. A few years later she moved to Wareham, MA where she was a valued member of the community and became a leader for the town’s chapter of the Girl Scouts. In 2015 she moved to Lakeville, MA where she spent the remainder of her life. She passed away peacefully on October 08, 2021. She will be sorely missed by her family and loved ones.


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  1. Yvonne Long on October 23, 2021 at 9:09 pm

    My cousin Sharon was my busy when we were growing up both of us attended Lexington Schools. So we were always together during our teen years growing up we must not forget cousin Lynn who was with us as well we were the 3 amigo’s during our young a s teen years. Sharon also shared the same Birthday as my mother March 4 that was always special and if I could I would always wish her happy birthday. I Love you cousin Sharon always and forever may your spirit and soul R I P.

  2. Eve Strother on October 25, 2021 at 4:40 pm

    My cousin was a beautiful soul. God bless her on her journey.

  3. Millie (Busby) Robbins on October 25, 2021 at 7:46 pm

    Sharron, you are going to be missed. I used to think about you a lot and how you and my niece looked so much alike. Family will tell. You were a quiet but cool cousin.

  4. Joel Busby on October 27, 2021 at 2:05 am

    I have nothing but love for my Auntie. She was an inspiration to me and my two children. She was aunt by blood, but my sister in spirit. No one knows how great a person she really was…. I did and so did my mother. She was quiet and stay to herself, but made beautiful music, poems/poetry, and art. She inspired so many people to do what they’re here for… No one I mean no one did it better then she did…. I love u and miss you the world is a small place now… God rest your soul Sharron ❤ ♥ With love u gave us….

  5. Christopher B. Barnes on October 28, 2021 at 3:46 pm

    Take with you all the love from family and friends as comfort and nourishment on your eternal journey!!! Much love, CUZ!

  6. JULIA Hall on October 29, 2021 at 1:20 pm

    I may not have been around but you have aways been sweet and wonderful I love you baby cousin. Rest in Peace Julia

  7. Ricardo Bennett on December 3, 2021 at 10:39 pm

    I know sharon very well. We grew up in the academy homes. She was a soft spoken individual whom always stayed focused. I have nothing but fond memories of her, and her brother Warren, Jr.

  8. Claudina Bennett on December 3, 2021 at 11:12 pm

    To my childhood friend I remember when Sharon leaved in the same building at 8546 Codman Park
    I have nothing but good memories. I remember how quite Sharon was, I remember when we would go over each other’s house which was two floors up it was like night and day. You will be missed, Rest in peace.

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