Evangelina "Eva" Sharp
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Evangelina "Eva"Sharp Free to Talk and Smile Again  Eva's turn on earth began July 16, 1956 in Tracy, California. Her passion for life was demonstrated early as she fought serious childhood illnesses. Her two year struggle with a crippling illness came to a peaceful end April 12, 2003. Eva spent her early years in Brawley, CA. She moved to Utah at age 13 where she graduated from Hillcrest High School. Eva discovered the true gospel of Jesus Christ. She married Kerry Sharp in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She always shared her testimony and touched many lives. She enjoyed working with children and was the best Primary teacher ever. She enjoyed photography, dancing, singing, crafts, traveling and the beauty of this earth. Shopping for shoes was one of her greatest challenges. She achieved greatness in life as she served and sacrificed for her four daughters. She is missed by her husband, Kerry; daughters, Brandee (Jared), Heather, Amy, Candace; grandson, Brysen; parents, Lydia and Abraham Tapia; four sisters; one brother; numerous family and friends. "Mom, you are my best friend."                                    Brandee "You were always there for me."                                    Heather "Your smile and laugh brought Joy to everyone. I have always looked up to you and always will. You have made me a better person. I love you, Mom."                             Amy "Your courage touched my life, I love you."                        Candace Thanks to the caring nurses and staff at South Valley Care Center and the University Hospital. Family and friends will gather Mon. April 14, 8-9 p.m. South Jordan Country Park LDS Stake Center, 2447 W. 11400 S. A memorial service will be Tues. 11 a.m. at the same location. Directors, Jenkins-Soffe South Valley.

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Published in Deseret News on Apr. 14, 2003.
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April 14, 2003
Kerry, you and Eva were a wonderful part of our young married life in Riverton. Eva is still Amber's favorite Primary teacher. She was Amber's Sunbeam teacher and Amber is now almost 24 years old. You are all in our thoughts and prayers
Paul and Marilynn Gardner
April 14, 2003
Candace, I love you so much, I will always be there for you. I hope things will be well for you soon. I love you, Steph
Stephanie Sampson
April 14, 2003
To my big sister....I will miss you so much....Thanks for taking care of me when I was growing up....I can not wait to see you again....
Love, your little sister
Valerie Roberts
April 14, 2003
Just a note of my deepest sympathy for all of you. I went to school with Mary in Jr. High School and Eva was allways so friendly and warm to me when I walked Mary home. Again, I am sorry for your loss.

Scott D. Brimhall
Scott Brimhall
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