Sharon L. (Beck) Mormino, a longtime resident of Framingham and formerly of Kaolin, Pennsylvania, passed away June 15 with her daughters and her husband of 51 years by her side. She was 76. When she passed, she was at home where she had been fighting her battle with Alzheimer’s disease for the past five years.
Sharon was the daughter of the late Cassimer and Ethel (Irey) Beck.
Sharon is survived by her loving husband, Paul Mormino, and her daughters, Elizabeth and husband Brian Dacey of Hopkinton, and Ellen and husband Gregory LaRosa of Pipersville, Pa.
She also is survived by seven grandchildren, Catherine, Caleb and Donovan Dacey, and Sam, Sebastian, Silas and Solomon LaRosa.
She was predeceased by a third daughter, Carolyn Mormino, and a brother-in-law, Christopher Wall.
Sharon also is survived by her brother, Barry Beck and wife Kathy of Wilmington, Delaware; sister-in-law Janet (Mormino) Wall of San Diego; brother-in-law Thomas Mormino and wife Susan of Mercer Island, Washington; and five nieces and nephews.
There will be a celebration of Sharon’s life at the Holliston Historical Society Barn, 547 Washington St., Holliston, on Thursday, July 22, from 4-7 p.m. This celebration of Sharon’s life will be as she wished — comfortable clothes, light food and drinks, and lots of memories and laughter.
Funeral arrangements are entrusted to the Norton Funeral Home in Framingham. Please visit nortonfuneralhome.com for a full obituary and online guestbook.
In lieu of flowers, please consider honoring Sharon’s love of animals by making a donation to the ASPCA on Sharon’s memorial page.