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Sharon K. Grelecki (nee King),67, of Crown Point, passed to eternal life through the grace of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on Wednesday, June 7, 2017. Sharon was born to parents, Earl F. and Mildred L.
King in Terre Haute.
She is survived by her loving husband of 46 years, Charles S. Grelecki;
daughter, Carolyn L. Martin; son, Daniel C. (Sarah) Grelecki; grandchildren, Augustus Martin, Stella Grelecki, Lily Grelecki, and the late Jack Grelecki; brothers, Thomas F. (Betty) King and James B. King; sister, Linda L. (late Richard) Smith; brother-in-law, Steve Grelecki; and sister-in-law, Cindy Grelecki.
Sharon was a dedicated Christian and member of Trinity Evangelical
Lutheran Church and School, Crown Point. She was active in its many
ministries, and was a long-time volunteer at the Crown of Life Chapel,
Wittenberg Village. Sharon graduated from Wiley High School, Terre Haute,
and Indiana State University with a degree in Elementary Education. She
taught in the schools of Arizona, Michigan, and for 18 years, in Crown Point. Sharon was a loving and compassionate servant of God, a wife,
mother, homemaker and teacher, touching many lives. She shall be sorely
missed until God's appointed time of our reunion with her in His heavenly
kingdom.
Family and friends may call at Pruzin & Little Funeral Service, 811 E.
Franciscan Drive, Crown Point (south of St. Rd. 231 on St. Rd. 55) on Friday, June 9, 2017, from 2 to 8 p.m. Funeral service will be 10 a.m.
Saturday, June 10, 2017, directly from Trinity Evangelical Lutheran
Church, 250 S. Indiana Ave., Crown Point, with the Revs. Cory Wielert and
Lothar Thoelke officiating. At rest Maplewood Memorial Cemetery. There
will be one half-hour of visitation at church prior to service. In lieu of flowers, gifts are requested in Sharon's memory to: Crown of Life Chapel, Wittenberg Village, 1200 E. Luther Dr., Crown Point, IN 46307.
Published on  June 8, 2017
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