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McCarty, Sharon Elaine

McCarty, Sharon Elaine

September 27, 1948 — October 11, 2022

Sharon Elaine McCarty, 74, of the Kansas City Northland, passed away October 11, 2022, at NorthCare Hospice House.

Sharon was born September 27, 1948, in Colorado, the daughter of Leslie Wilson and Nell Farmer Wilson. She grew up in Knob Noster, MO and graduated from Ruskin High School in Kansas City. She worked in Quality Control for Jack Henry and Associates, Inc. up until her death.

Along with her parents, Sharon was preceded in death by a brother, Wayne Wilson. Survivors include her children, Leslie Wiggins (Willie) and Ron Crawford (Susan); grandchildren, Jeremy (Abby) Wiggins, Wesley (Devin) Wiggins, Nick Beach, Samantha Wiggins, Jeff Crawford and Haley Crawford; nine great grandchildren, as well as other family and friends.

Services will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to North Care Hospice House.

Service Information

Services are private.

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Sharon and I sat next together at Jack Henry for years in the back hallway. I miss our long morning talks, her quick wit, sense of humor. We had so many good times together. I'm so sorry for your loss.

Letha Dunaway

Sharon was light hearted, intelligent, easy-going, caring and funny. It was a honor to know and work with her on a daily basis. She will be missed.... Sending love, light and strength to her family.

Melody Gerow

Sorry for your loss. I worked with Sharon in the automation group at Jack Henry. I didn't meet her in person, but I always enjoyed chatting with her. She always was very helpful. She had a great sense of humor and made the bad days not seem as bad. Cheers to you Sharon with a mojito of course. :)

Janice Soldano

Sharon will be sincerely missed by her Jack Henry family and friends. Sharon joined us in 2014 and was an asset to every team she worked with. Sharon’s quick wit, great sense of humor, and willingness to help anyone were legendary and appreciated. She loved to talk about her family and grandchildren and loved her time with them. We will miss her greatly. Thank you to her family for sharing her with us!

Dana Mallory

I am so sorry! Sharon was a dear friend of mine. We met at Jack Henry and were fast friends from day one! I loved her sense of humor...we had a lot of laughs together. We would meet sometimes on the weekend for lunch (mostly to laugh). I will miss her so much as I know all of you will miss her. Love you, Sharon. Your friend, Cynthia

Cynthia Woolf

Sharon meant a lot to us, sharing meals and more than a few laughs. We will miss you dearly, Sharon. All of our love and prayers to family and the friends who were touched deeply by your life, love, and laughter.

Drew and Tracy Dunlap

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