February 13th, 2018
Sharon Pugh Natale, 64, of Westtown died on February 10th at Chester County Hospital. She shared the last nine years of her life with her loving partner, Ronald M. Dick. Sharon grew up in Chichester, PA and graduated from Chichester High School in 1971. She lived in Upper Chichester at Valley Brook for many years.
In the 1980’s Sharon worked at the Birmingham Grill in Dillworthtown. She then joined the Franklin Mint at its headquarters in Concordville, PA as a customer service representative. She rose to become a manager, supervising a team that handled customer inquiries until the Mint closed its operations in Concordville. For the last 7 years, she worked at Aflac as an office manager.
Sharon loved working with people and doing volunteer work for charities. In recent years, she served as a volunteer at Chester County Hospital. In 2017, she received an honorary Paul Harris Fellowship in recognition of her involvement with charities at the Paoli-Malvern-Berwyn Rotary Club.
Her greatest love was for family, as she enjoyed many events with them in the local area. She also loved to travel and visit family in California and Florida. Sharon spent many hours in her garden, cultivating her flowers.
She was predeceased by her parents, Theresa and Robert Pugh; Oldest Brother, Robert Pugh, who was a veteran of the Vietnam War. She is survived by two brothers, Duke Pugh of Boca Raton, FL and Ronald Pugh of Wilmington, DE; and a sister, Tamie Sellers of Northeast, MD. In addition to her siblings, she enjoyed times spent with 19 nieces and nephews.
Friends and family are invited to her viewing on Friday, February 16th from 10:30am-11am. A memorial service celebrating Sharon’s Life will immediately follow at 11am at West Chester United Methodist Church 129 S. High St., West Chester, PA. Burial will follow in Lawn Croft Cemetery, Linwood, PA.