Robert J. Sharman I

January 3, 1933 - February 27, 2020

Age 87, a resident of the Livingston County Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Mt. Morris, formerly of Warsaw and Perry, passed away on February 27, 2020 at the nursing facility.

He was born January 3, 1933 in Gainesville, NY, son of the late Samuel J., Sr. and Lucille Shumaker Sharman. Bob was employed for twenty-three years as a shipping and receiving foreman at the former Almor Corp. in Warsaw prior to his retirement in 1991. In earlier years, he served in the same capacity with the Turnbull Elevator Company.

Bob was a former member of the Loyal Order of the Moose #560 in Warsaw. He was also a former member of the Warsaw Fire Department and former Captain of the Warsaw Fire Police. He played baseball for the former Warsaw Rangers and was a scout master for Troop 32 and Troop 33 in Warsaw for fourteen years. Bob also owned a large hat collection, many of which were personally autographed by celebrities.

Bob was predeceased by his wife, Mary Baker Sharman who died January 7, 2010.

Surviving are his children, Harry Jay (Laurie) Sharman of Mt. Morris, Robert J. (Don Drachenberg) Sharman II of Rochester, Debbra (Gary Draper) Sharman of Warsaw; his sister, Alberta Jean Howard of Perry; his brother, Richard L. (Donna) Sharman of Toans, VA; several nieces and nephews. He was the brother of the late Samuel J. Sharman, Jr., Lyle E. Sharman, Albert L. Sharman, William H. Sharman, Lewis H. Sharman, Lucille A. Fisher, Eleanor Sharman and Mary Lange.

There are no calling hours. Services are private. Memorials may be made to the Warsaw Fire Department, PO Box 171, Warsaw, NY 14569.

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Apr 20.20 from Jim Stubley:

Mr Sharman was my boy scout leader back in the 1970’s. What a Great man…I loved his passion for teaching and the great outdoor. What a blessing he was to all of the boy scouts coming through the troop. Thanks for all he poured into us…Blessings to the family. 


Mar 5.20 from Shirley Beebe:

We lost a great man.  He was so funny and kind.  One of my favorite uncles.  RIP Uncle Bob.

Mar 4.20 from Craig Green:

Our condolences go out to all the family as you move through these difficult days and begin a new normal without your dad. Hugs to all!

Mar 4.20 from Deborah and Tom Spratt:

We are so sorry for your loss. Keep him in your memories.

Mar 4.20 from HARRY SHARMAN:

You will be missed very much Dad. Thank you for being in my life. I love you. Rest in peace.