Shannon J Wharton Sr.
June 28, 1969 - August 1, 2018
Shannon J Wharton Sr., 49, of Burbank, died Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2018 as a result of an auto accident near Burbank.
Shannon was born June 28, 1969 in Medina to Mark and Janet (Ramsier) Wharton and was a graduate of Triway High School and the Wayne County Schools Career Center where he was in the Auto Body Program. He had worked in the auto body field and had also worked at International Paper. Shannon was a member of the Fredericksburg American Legion Post 651 Sons of the Legion and loved his kids and grandkids, enjoying the time spent with them.
Surviving are his parents, Mark and Jan Wharton of Wooster; his 3 children, Shannon Jr., Katelyn and Kayli; his 4 grandchildren, Mason, Brendon, Landon and Madilee; his former wife, Sherry Wharton of Shreve, and aunts, uncles, cousins and friends including his aunt, Phyllis Woodward with whom he had resided.
Friends may call Saturday, Aug. 4thfrom 1-3 p.m. at Murray Funeral Home in Creston where services will be held following at 3:00 p.m. with Pastors Josh Chaffin and Mark McCord officiating. Tributes may be shared at www.Murray-Funeral-Home.com Memorials may be made to Hope Project, c/o Charity Baptist Church, 770 E. Paige Ave., Barberton, OH 44203.
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Name: Joni Clark
Many many prayers for Shannon's entire family ,, there's not enough words or the proper words to describe how we feel !!! very tragic & Sad !!
Mike & Joni Clark
Name: Sue Rochester
We are so sorry for your loss. Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers.
Gary and Sue Rochester
Name: Tim & Tammy Cox
Our deepest sympathy and love for the families. May you find comfort in your fondest memories of Shannon.
Name: Mary Rose Cool
Sending lots of prayers to family and friends. RIP Shannon you will be missed by many.
Name: NANCY SCHLABACH
Oh, Mama Jan and family, Jan this is horrible and so sad. This is hitting me so hard and truly know what you are going thru. I can't get him and Erica off my mind. They are both free of their demons now, if you need anything, anything at all, please let me know. Love you, RIP Shannon. love you Jan, and Peace be with you. Shag, Nancy and Cheyanne.
Name: Jane Burgan
Mark & Janet & family:
So sorry for your loss. May God comfort you. Step by step, day by day. Love you guys so much. Blessings
Name: Jo Miller Gress
Mark - Jan - Phyllis & family - I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. Praying you all find some peace & comfort.
Name: Carolyn Wellman
Phyllis and Janet, there are no words good enough to say. I am so sorry for your loss .We have been through this 2 to many times. my prayers are with your families. GOD BLESS YOU all.
Name: Kay Chave
I was sorry to hear about Shannon's death. Please accept my sincere sympathy to all your family.
Name: Tim and Barb Flickinger
Mark and Jan and family,
We are so very sad to hear of the death of your loved one. You all are in our prayers and that God will wrap his loving arms around you and give you the peace and comfort that only our heavenly father can give at this most difficult time.
Tim and Barb
Name: Diana Hinkel Tucker
I'm so sorry for your loss. Shannon was a classmate of mine at Triway High School we graduated together in 1987. He will be sorely missed.
Name: Brian Burgan Family
Janet and Mark,
We are very sorry for your loss. Continued prayers during this difficult time. Cherish the memories forever!!!! Xoxoxo
Brian, Jodi, Kyle, Kara
Name: charlotte shamblin
So sorry to hear about Shannon you all in our prayers ... Matt Umstead n family
Name: Lisa Baughan
my ol friend I met my freshman yr that I will never ever forget you. I love you
Name: Nora Higgins
My thoughts and prayers are with the family of Shannon Wharton. May God give you all a peace of mind. I use to work with Shannon at International Paper Company in Wooster, Ohio great, fun memories of him when he worked there. Take care.
Name: Jennifer Hanna (Mann)
I haven't seen Shannon in a long time. Friends go seperate ways but I know if we saw each other in a crowd we would fall right in step as though no time past. He was a joy to know even with his demons. As we all have demons when he was at his best he was a character. Loved playing poker lived campfires and keys of beer miss the simple Times. He was there for my nursing graduation with my gift of large crown royal at prairie lane. All my triumphs in life he seemed to always be there. Those were good times. Much love fly high be good or good at it. - Jen Hanna