Sharon Robinson

Sharon Robinson (Ecton)

Sunday, September 24th, 1961 - Wednesday, March 25th, 2020
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Sharon L. Robinson, 58, of Solomon passed away Wednesday, March 25, 2020 with her family by her side. She was born September 24, 1961 in Salina, Kansas the daughter of Leonard W. and Wilma “Billie” (Meehan) Ecton. Sharon grew up in the Solomon area, and graduated from Solomon High School in 1979. Sharon knew no stranger. No matter if you didn’t know her. Within the first minute of meeting, she would touch your life in more ways than one, whether you realized it at that very moment or 20 years down the road. Sharon pushed not only her daughter but every child who was fortunate enough to cross paths with her. Whether that be in the lunch line at school or the countless taco nights at her home. Sharon expected each child to do their very best in everything they did. She encouraged goals and to never be someone you were not. With open doors, Sharon welcomed everyone to be right at home, and never let anyone leave without being told “love you” while she gave each and every one of them a big hug. Sharon will be remembered by many as an outgoing, selfless, loving, humorous, strong, genuine, amazing individual that had many titles to all, including “second mom”, “my inspiration”, and as for her daughter, “my absolute best friend”. Sharon is survived by her daughter, Maddison Robinson; step-son, Tyler Robinson (Victoria); her mother, Wilma “Billie” Ecton; brother, Mike Ecton (Jaelyn) and their children, Dalton, Kinsey and Logan; and one sister, Patty (Ecton) McBrayer (Darwin) and their children Kelly and Shannon. She is preceded in death by her father, Leonard Ecton and a brother, John Ecton. The family has chosen cremation. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Memorials may be made to Maddie Robinson for her continuing education. Memorials may be mailed to Carlson-Becker Funeral Home, PO Box 308 Solomon, Kansas 67480.
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  • Service

    Saturday, August 1st, 2020 | 10:30am
    Saturday, August 1st, 2020 10:30am
    Prairie Mound Cemetery
    Rural Solomon
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  • Interment

    Prairie Mound Cemetery
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Joan M Huston

Posted at 11:11am
I remember Sharon in her younger years, certainly humorous, caring and definitely genuine. Rest In Peace, Sharon. Prayers to Sharon’s family.

Posted at 06:35pm
My family moved to Solomon in 1970 and Sharon was the very first person I meet. She introduced herself to me and invited me to softball practice that very day! She and I were friends all the way through grammar school and into high school. When we were young we were inseparable, riding bikes, going to the swimming pool, playing cards, playing ball and just hanging out. As we got older we grew apart and it makes my heart sad today to know that my friend is no longer with us. Maureen Engel/Dawson

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