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Sharon Kay Majchrzak
May 26, 1947 ~ August 22, 2022 (age 75) 75 Years Old
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Sharon Kay Majchrzak, 75 years old of Knox, Indiana, passed away Monday, August 22, 2022 in Winamac, Indiana.
She was born Monday, May 26, 1947 in Knox, Indiana, Daughter of the late Wesley Rowe and the late Julia (Salyers) Rowe.
Sharon enjoyed attending church, playing with her cats and bowling. Her greatest passion was spending time with her family and grandchildren.
November 9, 1966, in New Buffalo, Michigan, Sharon married Michael Majchrzak Sr, he survives her.
Surviving are her Husband, Michael Majchrzak Sr of Knox, Indiana, Son, Michael(MaLinda) Majchrzak Jr of Knox, Indiana, Daughter, Jamie Majchrzak of Knox, Indiana, 8 grandchildren: Coty(Sarah), Garrett(Starr), Brock(Sidnee), Jayden(Cidney), Logan Wireman, Sylvanna(Dillion) Jordan, Gavin Majchrzak, Madison Majchrzak, 4 great- grandchildren: Brianna, Mikey, Brooklynn, Jett, Brother, Pearlie Conley of Monroe, Wisconsin, Brother, Phillip Rowe of Knox, Indiana, Sister, Joyce(Ben) Goble of Warsaw, Indiana, Sister, Marie Etheridge of LaPorte, Indiana, Sister, Margie(Roger) Thorton of Columbia City, Indiana.
She was preceded in death by son Mark Majchrzak, parents Wesley and Julia Rowe, brother Gary Rowe and sister Grace Sinn.
Friends will be received 11 AM till time of services at 1 PM, Thursday, August 25 at the Braman & Son Memorial Chapel, Knox, Indiana.
Services will be held at Braman & Son Memorial Chapel, Thursday, August 25, 2022 at 1 PM with Rev Wes Radtke officiating.