Sharon K Hawkins
Born: 5/28/1936, Saint Cloud, Minnesota
Sharon “Sherry” Kay Hawkins, Beloved wife, mother, grandmother ”Granny” and friend to many, passed away on January 21, 2018 at the Canyonlands Care Center in Moab, Utah.
Death: 1/21/2018, Moab, Utah
Sharon was born on May 28, 1936, in saint Cloud, Minnesota to John and Dorothy Holcomb. She married George Hawkins in Long Beach, California on July 3, 1960, who proceeded her in death in 2016. They moved to Moab, Utah in 1969. Sharon was employed at the Telephone Company, Atlas Minerals and Adult Probation and parole. Sharon loved her flowers, reading, playing cards, but most especially her granddaughters.
She is survived by her two sons Michael and John Hawkins; four grandchildren, Brittany Hawkins, Kayla Hawkins, Kimberly Mogensen, Hailey Zeiler; great-granddaughters Gracelynn Kenney, and Renae Gay. She also loved and cared for her extended family Dennis and Trish Mogensen, her dear friends the Ballantyne Family, Sue Axtell and Betty Badger.
At Sharon’s request cremation has taken place and no services are planned.
Tributes: Very sorry to hear about my aunt Sharon's passing. Many summers spent in Moab with Uncle George and Aunt Sharon and of course Mike and John. I have a lot of memories and my prayers go out to the family
- Big Mike
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