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Sharon Lee (Teutschmann) Kast
Sharon Lee (Teutschmann) Kast

Sharon Lee (Teutschmann) Kast age 69 of Darlington, WI left this earth peacefully at her home on Friday, August 30,2019 and joined her two daughters Michelle Kast and Jenny Fenner along with her father Fritz Teutschmann.

She was born on December 5, 1949 the daughter of Fritz Teutschmann and Vidie McGillivray. She attended Shullsburg High School and graduated from SW Tech in Fennimore, WI with a Degree in Accounting.

Sharon has 16 siblings between her two families and seven children, a grandmother to 24 and great- grandmother to four.

She is survived by her mother: Vidie (James) McGillivray of Cuba City, WI; step mother: Mary Louise Teutschmann of Darlington; her children: Doug (Tracy) Thompson of Atkinson, NE, Roger (Charisma) Thompson of Darlington, Suzy Turpin of Shullsburg, Niki (Russell) Hocking of Fennimore, and Cody Reichling of Shullsburg; three brothers: Micheal (Doris) Teutschmann of Shullsburg, Larry (Rose) Teutschmann of Platteville, WI, and Ted (Cindy) Teutschmann of Shullsburg; five sisters: Pat (Kenny) Gratz of Monroe,Tina (Joel) Ames of Lancaster, WI, Tari Webber of Independence, IA, Tami Bailey of Cuba City; nine step-siblings; 24 grandchildren, four great- grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.

During Sharon’s lifetime she was the sole provider and supporter of her family working hard to provide the best for them all. Her passion was her family by always being a strong independent woman. She cherished her family, especially her grandchildren and the memories they created together. She will be deeply missed and fondly remembered by her family and friends.

A private Celebration of Life will be at a later date. The Erickson Funeral Home in Darlington is serving the family. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at

The family would like to give special thanks to her care giver Rebecka Riley and says she will always be family to them.