KLEMMER

KLEMMER It's with sorrow that we announce the passing Sharon Ann Klemmer (nee Jennings). Mom passed away peacefully at the Red Deer Hospital October 4th, 2006, at the age of 64 years. She was the youngest of seven children, born on December 7th, 1942 in Trochu, AB. Mom spent most of her childhood in and around the Three Hills area. After her high school years she spent sometime working in the City of Calgary, as well as a few years in Sarnia, Ontario. She then settled back into Three Hills to raise her family. Mom and Dad started Three Hills Light Oilfield and mom later opened a craft store as this was one of her many passions. Getting out of town and heading to Pine Lake was where Mom and Dad like to spend their summers, gathered with family and friends. Three years ago mom's dream came true when they made Pine Lake their home. Sharon was predeceased by her parents Mary and Fred Jennings. Two brothers: Earl Jennings, Bill Jennings and two sisters: Pat Evans and Margaret LaRoy. She will be lovingly remembered and missed everyday by her husband Ron Klemmer and her children: Tracie (Alex) Barker, Bill (Robyn) Klemmer, Heather Lowen and Leanne Klemmer. Her grandchildren whom she cherished: Trent Klemmer, Emily, Mackenzie and Ethan Lowen and Shelby Klemmer. Two sisters: Belva (Gordon) Neumiller of Three Hills and Doreen Jennings of Vancouver and numerous nieces and nephews. On October 6th, 2006 a private family service was held. Any donations may be made to the Canadian Red Cross Blood Bank. The greatest gift you could give is a pint of blood. Condolences to the family may be forwarded from: www. mountainviewfuneralchapels.com Arrangements entrusted to MOUNTAIN VIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL Three Hills. Phone: 443-5111. Serving the community for over 40 years.


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