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“Dear Milt & Family: I am saddened by Sharon's passing, which I just read in the Atlanta Jewish Times, dated July 31st. Sharon was a dear colleague...Read More »
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“Sharon has shared the light of her bright, generous, creative, whimsical spirit with us around our various bridge tables for nearly two decades. We...Read More »
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“We are so sorry for your loss and we send prayers to you all ”
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“I am so sorry for loss, Milt and family. My thoughts and love go out to you. ”
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“It was an honor getting to know Sharon over the last 12 years.She will be missed. ”
5 of 5 | Posted by: Tracie Hess - Family


Sharon Ann Applebaum, 79, of Charleston, SC, wife of Frank Milton Hess, Jr., entered into eternal rest on Wednesday, June 9, 2021. Her funeral service will be held at the graveside Friday, June 11, 2021 in Emanu-El Cemetery (Maryville), Sycamore Avenue at 11:00 am. Arrangements by J. Henry Stuhr, Inc. West Ashley Chapel.

Sharon was born February 14, 1942 in Savannah, GA, daughter of the late Harry Applebaum and Elynor Garfinkel Applebaum. She was a proud, lifelong Charlestonian and retired as a travel agent. Sharon was a member of Synagogue Emanu-El.

She is survived by her husband, Frank Milton Hess, Jr. of Charleston, SC; brother, Stanley William Applebaum of Gainesville, GA; step-son, Keith M. Hess (Tracie) of Charleston, SC; step-daughter, Kimberly A. Maniccia of Charleston, SC; four step-grandchildren, Kristin Wurster (Doug), Kate Taylor, Stephen Maniccia, and Allison Maniccia; two nieces, Leah Applebaum of Los Angeles, CA, and Dana Witzel (Michael) of VT; two grand-nephews, Harris and Oliver; and three step-great-grandchildren.

Memorial donations may be made to Synagogue Emanu-El, 5 Windsor Dr., Charleston, SC 29407.