Sharon Nancy Nabicht

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Sharon Nancy Nabicht, 53, passed away on July 10, 2019, at her home in Edmond, OK, surrounded by her loving family after succumbing to the cancer she fought so valiantly against. She is now in the presence of her Lord.

Sharon was born in Pensacola, Florida, on September 22, 1965, to the late Charles Cunningham and the late Phyllis Sandusky. She met the love of her life, Michael Nabicht, when she took his lunch order at Sub Station II, there. After dating 15 months, Mike and Sharon were married on August 29, 1987, at the Brownsville Baptist Church in Pensacola.

Sharon is survived by her husband, Michael, and her four children, Brenda M. Soucy (Justin) of Deltona, FL, David M. Nabicht of Orlando, FL, and Jennifer L. and Jonathan S. Nabicht, of the home. She is also survived by her brother Daniel Cunningham of Ohio & sisters Jennifer Sarzotti of San Dimas, California, and Jessica Dyer of Pensacola, Florida.

Other survivors include her mother-in-law, Winnie Nabicht, who helped care for her to the end, and also brother-in-law Matthew Nabicht (Shelly) and sister-in-law Julia Rosso (Roland), and many nieces & nephews along with aunts, uncles, cousins & friends.

Mike and Sharon lived in Pensacola for many years where Sharon was known for her cake decorating skills and her love of arts and crafts. From 1987 to 2012, they were active members of Deltona Alliance church where they took Bible studies and helped with middle school students. Sharon was a Girl Scout leader for many years and was fondly known as the “Cookie Mom”. She continued working with Girl Scouts when Mike’s work brought the family to Edmond, OK, in June of 2012.

Sharon worked at the Oklahoma City Clinic and also worked as a cashier at the Crest store in Edmond. She became a member of Quail Springs Baptist Church in Oklahoma City, where her and Mike enjoyed fellowship with their Life Principles Connect Group.

Sharon loved being a mother to all her children and was a devoted wife to Mike. Her family will miss her very much. The family would especially like to thank Wendi Jakubiak, of Mercy Hospice, who gave loving care to Sharon in her last weeks of life. They would also like to thank the members of the Life Principles Connect Group for the many ways they have supported the Nabicht family during her illness.

Services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, July 24, 2019 at Quail Springs Baptist Church.

3 thoughts on “Sharon Nancy Nabicht”

  1. Wendi Jakubiak

    Sharon was a true prayer warrior and an inspiration in my life! It was my honor and privilege to have been able to walk with her and her loving family on her valiant journey. She will be missed but I know she has eternal life without pain and for that I am thankful!

  2. Mike Nabicht

    For 32 wonderful years you became a part of me and a part of me went with you. You molded me into the man I am today and for that reason you will always be with me moving forward into the future. You taught me to say I love you with just your eyes, and you shared your love for me with your heart. We knew each other so well that we didn’t need to open our mouths to have a conversation. We could just hold hands and know how our days went. I will continue to love you until we meet again and what a joyous reunion that will be. I greatly miss you sweetheart but the joyous moments spent together will eventually outweigh the pain I feel today. I love you Sharon. 1-2-3 ?

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