Joseph Clyde Sharpnack Jr. was born on April 30, 1944. He passed away August 21, 2018 at age 74.

He served with honor in the U.S. Army from 1962-1965.

Survivors include: Wife Priscilla Sharpnack, Son and Daughter- in- law Joseph III and Teresa Sharpnack of Omaha, Nebraska, Brother and Sister-in-law Kenneth and Mary Sharpnack, Brother-in-law Elwin Donahoo, Mother-in-law Grace M. Schmidt, Brother-in-law and Sister-in-law Paul and Doris A. Davidson, Brother and Sister-in-law Jerry and Linda M. Mead of Colorado and Sister-in-law Brenda J. McCown.

Other survivors include: Mother of Grandchildren Amy Sharpnack, Grandchildren Mia P. Sharpnack and Joeylynn H. Sharpnack, Many Cousins, Nieces and Nephews.

Proceeded in death by father and mother Joseph C. Sharpnack Sr. and Mary J. Sharpnack; Sisters Marilyan Felton-Erickson, Betty Donahoo and LaVerna Donahoo; Father-in-law Lynn A. Peckham.  Brother-in-law Lynn A. Peckham Jr.

 

 

 

4 Responses to Joseph C. Sharpnack, Jr.

  1. Pauline Lieth says:

    I worked out at the Western Electric plant and knew Joe very well. It was an honor to know him and be a friend. To his loved ones I want to say, May God temper your grief with His everlasting Love! With Deepest Sympathy, Pauline Lieth

  2. John and Sherry Sharpnack says:

    We love you guys. We have so many stories about our times w/ you through the years. I’ll tease you w/ one: the fez. We’ll visit you soon!

  3. Sherry and John Sharpnack says:

    We love you guys, and are going to miss Joe being in the world. I am thinking about a list of memories, even though there are so many through the years. I will send them to you soon.

  4. Linda and Jerry Mead says:

    Joe has been a brother-in-law for many years. We have so many memories that we’ll have forever. When we think of him, we will always see his ornery laughing face. To Priscilla, his wife, and to all of the family, just know that you are always in our thoughts and prayers. We send our deepest sympathy and love. Your sister Linda & brother-in-law Jerry Mead.

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