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Sharon Ann Assoun
June 25, 1952 - February 24, 2016
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<div itemprop="description">Assoun (Covey), Sharon Ann, age 63 of Dartmouth, passed away tragically on February 24, 2016. <br /> <br />Born in Sydney, the daughter of the late Pearl Covey and Earl Murray. <br /> <br />Sharon loved gardening and taking care of her cats. She had a kind heart and was always there for her friends and family. She loved her children unconditionally, always teaching them to follow their heart. She couldn't let anyone go hungry or in need of anything without offering help. She was one of a kind and will be greatly missed. Definitely taken well before her time. <br /> <br />Sharon is survived by her daughter Rhonda Assoun(John), Dartmouth; son Stephen Assoun, Dartmouth. She is also survived by her sister Pearl Aucoin, Sydney and brother John Murray, New Glasgow; grandchildren- Jessica, Emma, Jade, David, Mason, Stephen, Jonathan and Karissa. She was a cherished Aunt to Debbie, Rayline, Sonya and Rosa and her nephew John Earl. Also survived by her first husband and cherished friend Barry Penticost. Huge circle of close life long friends, to know her was to love her, always. <br /> <br />She was predeceased by ex-husband David Assoun; and step-children Darin Assoun and Rachelle Valade and grandson Bradley. <br /> <br />Visitation will be held on Monday February 29 from 1-2 pm in Atlantic Funeral Home, 771 Main St, Dartmouth. The funeral service will take place immediately following visitation at 2pm in the funeral home chapel. Cremation to follow. <br />Memorial donations may be made to the SPCA of Nova Scotia. <br />Online condolences may be made by visiting the Dartmouth Chapel at <br /> <br /></div>