Sharon Lynn Hiatt
Date of Birth:  September 20, 1961
Date of Death:  August 29, 2014

  • Stallings Funeral Home, P.A.  
  • 3111 Mountain Road, Pasadena, MD 21122     View Map
  • Thursday September 4, 2014   3-5 and 7-9 PM
  • Heritage Community Church  
  • 8146 Quarterfield Rd Severn, MD 21144     View Map
  • Saturday September 6, 2014   11 O'Clock AM
  • Private  
  • N/A      
  • Sharon Lynn Hiatt, 52, died Friday August 29th at the Universoity of Maryland Shock Trauma Unit.

    She was born September 20, 1961 in Baltimore to the late William G. Pape Sr. and Patricia Lynn Pape. She attended Chesapeake Sr. High School and graduated from the University of Maryland Baltimore Co. in 1995. On February 25 1994, she married Donald B. Hiatt of Anderson, Indiana in Salzburg, Austria.

    She lived in Hanover, Md. and retired from the National Security Agency in 2005, after 20 years of Government services. Duty stations included Bad Aibling, Germany and Alice Springs, Australia.

    Sharon was a member of Heritage Community Church in Severn, Md.

    Sharon will be especially remembered for her volunteer work at Kernan Hospital's Spinal-Cord Injury Ward and the Community Resources Womens Embracing Abilities Now (WEAN) Support Group.

     She is survived by her husband of 20 years Donald B. Hiatt, 3 daughters Lexie Hiatt of Hanover, Md., Morgan Hiatt of Kentucky, and Marissa Hiatt of Ohio, a son Donald "DJ" Hiatt Jr. of Colorado, and a brother William G. Pape of Washington DC.

     Friends may call on Thursday September 4 from 3-5 and 7-9 PM at the Stallings Funeral Home PA, 3111 Mountain Rd. Pasadena. A memorial service will be held on Saturday September 6 at 11 AM in Heritage Community Church, 8146 Quarterfield Rd. Severn, Md. 21144.

    To anyone that would like to donate on behalf of Sharon Hiatt, we would like to help W.E.A.N.(Women Embracing Abilities Now)., an organization that Sharon was heavily involved and enjoyed mentoring others with disabilities.   W.E.A.N. is a peer counseling/mentoring organization servicing women and young ladies with varying degrees of dis-ABILITIES.                                                                                                

    The mission of W.E.A.N. is to "wean" women and young ladies with dis-ABILITIES from having their limitations be their focal point, thus having them living "with" their ABILITIES.  W.E.A.N. also seeks to empower and promote independence at its highest level to women and young ladies with dis-ABILTIES.  To help them become more productive by creating mentoring relationships, and hosting workshops and conferences that teach coping skills such as self-esteem, advocacy, body image, and sexuality.            

    To anyone that would like to donate please see the below options, thank you: 

    1. By mail:
    The League-Janice Jackson/W.E.A.N.
    1111 East Cold Spring Lane
    Baltimore, MD 21239

    2. On-line
    1. Go to The League's website
    2. Hit the donate tab on front page
    3. This will take you to the donation page
    4. Fill out the donation sheet and when you get to the "designation" box scroll down until you see W.E.A.N.