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Sharon Lee (Quicksall) Kibler


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Sharon Lee (Quicksall) Kibler Obituary
Sharon Lee Kibler, 71, passed away quietly January 29, 2011 at the assisted care home in Moses Lake where she had been living since November, 2010.

Sharon was born in Ellensburg, Washington June 27, 1939 to her parents Norma and Frank Quicksall. She attended school in Ellensburg and graduated from Ellensburg High School. She was a Girl Scout for years, and became an advocate and helper in adulthood. Cookie sales for the whole town were chaired by Sharon. She worked nights at the Ellensburg A&W to help put Bob through college. During the 1980's, she founded and maintained a popular Diabetes Support Group in Ellensburg. At the Arlington Airshow, she was in charge of the Women's Tent craft activities. She enjoyed league bowling with her friends, and her team took medals. The Kibler's moved to Desert Aire in 1993. At Desert Aire, she was decorations chairman for the Senior Center, and was instrumental in holding art shows from local talent. She was a devoted wife to Bob, a caring, loving mother to her children Larry and Nancy, and an adoring grandmother to her four grandchildren. To all the people who knew her, she was a gracious and hospitable lady who thoroughly enjoyed the time she spent with her friends.

She had a spirit of adventure which took her on many travels across the country. She and Bob had traveled in every state of the USA. She was on two cruises, one to Alaska and one to the Panama Canal. She and daughter Nancy visited Italy.

She is preceded in death by her mother Norma, and her sister Ruth. She leaves behind her brother Larry of Tukwila, and Bob, her husband for 53 years. Children: Larry of Ellensburg, and Nancy of Desert Aire. Grandchildren: Jacob, Sarah, Jediah, and Shaphan.

A memorial service is planned at the Desert Aire Senior Center for 2 PM on Saturday, February 19th.

Published in Daily Record from Jan. 31 to Feb. 8, 2011
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