Sharon Kay Aldrich
January 18, 1952  -  July 27, 2018

Sharon Kay Aldrich


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Celebration of Life
Shelter House #1 Ponca Lake Duck Ponds
Ponca City, OK
Saturday, August 18, 2018
4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

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Sharon Kay Aldrich of Ponca City passed away July 27, 2018 in Ponca City with her children by her side. She was 66 years of age. Sharon was born January 18, 1952 in Tulsa, Oklahoma to Eugene” Pat” Polite and Winnie Mildred Brown Polite.
A Celebration of her life will be held Saturday, August 18, 2018 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Shelter House #1 at the Lake Ponca Duck Ponds.
Sharon was raised in Tulsa and Maysville, OK and in 1985 she met the love of her life Nickolas “Nick” Aldrich and where married on June 11, 1994 and they celebrated 22 years of marriage until his death on May 24th, 2016. Sharon loved to Color, Crochet, Cook and spend time with her family and friends. She also enjoyed fishing, Camping, and watching western shows and sitting around a campfire telling stories. She also liked going to the Casino’s or as she would call it the (No No).
Sharon leaves behind 3 sons: James Aldrich and wife Sonia; Danny Vickroy and wife Pat, Wayne May and wife Katie. 2 daughters: Meredith Loft and husband Mark and Shelly Vickroy and fiancé Chris Richter also surviving are numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Online registry may be done at www.gracememorialchapel.net

Condolences(6)

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  1. Crystal McFadden
    Ponca city, OK

    You are missed. My condolences to all family. I know you are with nick and looking down upon us all. Much love and respect.

  2. Kari sneed
    Ponca City, OK

    Mom was and still is a wonderful lady,she was there when I needed her the most. She was my supervisor my friend and my mom. She is greatly missed..

  3. Kari sneed
    Ponca City, OK

    Mom was and still is a wonderful lady,she was there when I needed her the most. She was my supervisor my friend and my mom. She is greatly missed..

  4. Shelly Vickroy
    Ponca City, OK

    I love you mom and miss you and dad very much I will never forget you both rest in peace .
    your little girl Shelly Lynn

  5. Karen jean
    Klamathfalls, OR

    My Dearest Sissy,
    Sis I will always hear you laugh, and see you in my minds eye doing the dirty dog just a gettin it Lol and yelling at the joggers and stopping at sonic getting a dr.pepper on ice oh Sis where did those days go we all grew up and apart but i pray that you always knew how much you meant to me heck i wanted to be just like you and some say i have your heart . I like to think i do I sit and wonder what you momma and uncle nick are doing up there being loved on by jesus and loving on him .I cant wait till we are all together again but with no pain ,cancer,or any of the things this life has to offer only love health,kindness,I love you Sis till we meet again say hi to momma for me and ill always remember the last kiss💋💋💋

  6. Debbi do hicks.... Neice
    Klamath Falls, OR

    Sissy.. You fought a tough battle ... You'd momma both.. I only hope Im half as tough as you two beautiful ladies... Although it seems to run in the family. I'm gonna miss our all nighters texting but most of all I'm going to miss you my beautiful sweet Sissy. You were one of a kind and knew exactly what to say to me when I needed you. You were like a second mom to me. I will always and forever hold you close in my heart and sigh a sigh of relief that you don't ever have to suffer no more... Till we meet again. RIP My Sissy.
    XOXOXO
    and heres my last kiss 💋

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