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Sharon Yvonne Hurst (Wint)

Sharon Yvonne Hurst (Wint)

SHARON YVONNE (HURST) WINT (Age 72) November 15, 1945 - November 2, 2018 Sharon Yvonne Wint (Hurst) at age 72 passed away Friday, November 2nd, 2018. Born on November 15, 1945 to Edmund and Alzina Hurst in Port Angeles, WA. Sharon and her mother moved to Spokane in 1953 after the loss of her father. Sharon spent many summers at her family's Deer Park farm, making many fond memories, which she spoke of often. Sharon went to Libby Junior High School and graduated from Lewis and Clark High School in 1964 of Spokane. Sharon graduated from Spokane Community College in 1966 with an Associate in Applied Science. Soon after, she began working at Spokane's Spokesman Review, a career she enjoyed for several years. On April 15, 1969, Sharon married Arnold H. Wint of Spokane. Sharon enjoyed multiple hobbies including cake decorating; scrapbooking; mint molding and stamping to name a few. Sharon also enjoyed organizing, decorating and throwing birthday and holiday parties for her family. Throughout her life, Sharon supported her community by volunteering for many organizations including Job's Daughter's and Campfire Girls among many others. Sharon was an active member of Valley Landmark Missionary Baptist Church for over 30 years where she served in many roles including church secretary and Sunday School Teacher. Survived by her husband of 49 years, Arnold, daughter Julie Anne (Kevin) and son Jeffrey and preceded in death by her father Edmund Hurst and mother Alzina Margaret Hurst (Enman) and half-sister June Bachmann. Memorial service will be held at Valley Landmark Missionary Baptist Church on December 15th, 2018 at 10:00 AM. Sharon will be interred at Greenwood Memorial Terrace prior to the service.

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11/12/18 01:45 PM #1    

Richard Gary Lambert

I knew Sharon thru grade school, junior high and high school. I always liked her. I am sure she will be missed.

Richard Lambert

11/13/18 09:15 AM #2    

Carolyn Jean Hickey (Miller)

I went to school at Libby Jr. High and attended Edgecliff Baptist with her we had good times with the youth and a slumber Party at Carol Rhoadarmer's where I just wanted to go to sleep but she playfully set on me and said you gotta stay awak mind you this was early morning as midnight already went by the good laughs we remember and she will be missed God comfort her husband and kids.

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