Sharon M. Schoennoehl (1944 - 2010)

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    - Kelly Cleveland-Koenig
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Sharon M. Schoennoehl, 66, of Boonville, passed away at University Medical Center on Wednesday, April, 21, 2010.
Funeral services for Sharon will be held at Davis Funeral Chapel at 2:00 P.M. on Saturday, April 24, 2010 with Pastor John Roach officiating. Family will receive friends at Davis Chapel on Friday evening from 5:00 until 8:00 o'clock and friends may pay respects from noon until time of visitation. Burial will follow at Walnut Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Duston Twenter, Devin Twenter, Chad Knigge, Nathan Rogers, Tyler Rogers, Matt Baser, Jeremiah Stoneman and Ryan Wiemholt.
Sharon Marie Schoennoehl was born at home in Boonville, Missouri on April 8, 1944, the daughter of Walter H. Ohlendorf and Mary Kruse Ohlendorf. She was married to her high school sweetheart, Floyd Schoennoehl, on Dec. 24th, 1960. In July of 1962 they joined together and opened their family business, Floyd's Body Shop, where Sharon was the office manager and bookkeeper. They retired in 2000, and the business is now known as Floyd's Car Star. After their retirement, Sharon and Floyd enjoyed traveling the country, spending quality time at the Lake of Ozarks and attending NASCAR events. She was complimented by her children for being the one who taught each of them to drive. Her passion in life was her family.
Sharon was preceded in death by her parents and one brother W.H. Ohlendorf Jr. She is survived by her husband, Floyd of the home, her daughters, LaDora Rogers and husband, Dave of Columbia, Regina Twenter and Tom of Pilot Grove, Vina Gerhardt and Jimmy of Boonville, Sherry Nichols and Darin of Boonville and by her son Eddie and his wife Denise of Centralia, MO. Her sister Betty Schmidt and husband Kenneth also survive. She will also be missed by her twelve grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
Memorials are suggested to the Boonville Habitat for Humanity.
Published in Boonville Daily News from Apr. 27 to May 4, 2010
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