Sharyn Hess
Sharyn Hess

Obituary of Sharyn Creoa Hess

Sharyn was born on May 11th, 1937 in Ogden Utah to LaDean and Eli J. Howard. She was their fourth child. She is preceded in death by her beloved husband Earl J. Hess and her parents and her sister Lou Talbot and her husband Dan Talbot, by her brother-in-law Del Wilson. She is survived by her brother Doral Howard and his wife Virgie of Ogden Utah, by her sister Melva Wilson of Mesquite Nevada, by her Sister Shirie Findlay and husband Gordon of Allyn, Washington. Her Children: Daughter Lori Whilhite and husband Rick of Reno, Nevada, her son Kerry J. Hess of Park City, Utah, her son Stacy R. Hess of Bonney Lake, Washington and her daughter Darcy Dickson and husband Bret of Puyallup, Washington. Her grandchildren, Shelby Metzenburg and husband Chad of Bonney Lake, Washington, Haylie Davidson and husband Nathan of Puyallup, Washington, Dustin Dickson and wife Rebecca of Sea-Tac, Washington, Brandy Morrison and husband Mike of Tacoma, Washington, Lyndsie Poland and husband Benjamin of University Place, Washington, Taytum Stuart and husband Jared of Rexburg, Idaho, Barrett J. Hess of Tacoma, Washington ,Deseray Moore of Tacoma, Washington, Cydnie J. Dickson of Rexburg, Idaho, Mitchell Earl J. Hess of Spanaway, Washington, Madisyn P. Dickson , Spencer J. Dickson and Brooklynn A. Dickson of Puyallup, Washington. Eleven great-grandchildren. And many nieces and nephews and cousins etc. Sharyn enjoyed life with her family and friends. She was a very capable and accomplished person, whose devotion was deep and everlasting. She lived life to the fullest and fought courageously the last year of her life against cancer. She was a beautiful Daughter, Sister, Mother and Friend…. She will be missed greatly by all those who knew and loved her. In leau of flowers or gifts, donations can be made to the American Lung Cancer Society.
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