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“Steve: Our thoughts and our prayers are with you and your precious family. We will always remember Sharon's smile, her soft-spoken voice, and her...Read More »
1 of 6 | Posted by: Cyndi Stein - Mt. Pleasant, SC

“I worked with Sharon at LCHO for many years and I remember her sweet spirit. Thinking of her family as they go through this difficult time. ”
2 of 6 | Posted by: Holly Keneipp - Summerville, SC

“Sharon had a gift of light and joy that brought happiness to all who knew her. Her bright light is shining through every cloudy day.Gary and Cyndie...Read More »
3 of 6 | Posted by: A friend

“Steve - Jeff and I express condolences. I will miss her wonderful smile and friendship. I am so thankful for the time we had at Bible study. Please...Read More »
4 of 6 | Posted by: Leslie Rau - Mt pleasanr, SC

“Dear Steve,We are so sad that you and we have lost our beautiful Sharon. She brought light into every room she entered. Please know that we stand...Read More »
5 of 6 | Posted by: Marilyn Daly - Mount Pleasant, SC

“To Steve and Family, Frank and I are so very sorry for your loss. Sharon was a joy to all who made her acquaintance. She filled a room with her...Read More »
6 of 6 | Posted by: A friend


Sharon Kay Meyer, 70, of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, wife of Stephen W. Meyer died Thursday, April 27, 2017 peacefully at home in the presence of her family.

Sharon was born March 22, 1947 in Long Beach, California, daughter of the late Cyril Heniger and the late Vivian Porterfield Heniger. She was a medical transcriptionist for 25 years at Long Beach Memorial Medical Center in California and then at East Cooper Medical Center and Lowcountry Hematology and Oncology. She was a member of the Rivertowne Country Club. Sharon enjoyed reading, traveling, history, cinema, and concerts.

In addition to her husband of nearly 50 years, Steve, she is survived by her children, Julie Meyer and John Meyer; three grandchildren, Jay Meyer, Stevie Barto, and Dean Barto; and her brother, Jerry Heniger.