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Sharon Owen

Place of birth: None

Religious affiliation: Other

Sharon Lee Owen passed on May 27th in her home in Twin Falls after a long courageous battle against cancer. She was born on October 16, 1940 to Captain and Mina (Bailey) Jones.

Sharon spent most of her life in Idaho, but also lived in Washington, Montana, Wyoming and New Mexico. She enjoyed outdoor activities like fishing and camping, and loved spending time with family and friends. Sharon spent most of her life in the health care profession where she administered care to the elderly and mentally handicapped. She was a very active member of the Twin Falls Jehovah Witness Kingdom Hall.

Sharon is preceded in death by her parents Captain and Mina Jones and granddaughter Ashley Dixon.
She is survived by her sister Joyce of Jerome, ID and her brother Lavonne of Kuna, ID; her sons Wally of Buhl ID, Wesley of Twin Falls ID and Thomas of Long Beach CA and her daughter Tammy of Monroe WA. 6 grandchildren; Brandy Rivera, Dana Tanner, Sam Tanner, Elizabeth Tanner, Mason Tanner and Tyler Dixon and 2 great grandsons; Braylen and Domingo also survive her.

There will be a memorial service will be held at the Jehovah Witness Kingdom Hall in Twin Falls, ID to remember Sharon on June 6 at 11:00 am.

The family is asking for memorial donations to offset funeral expenses in lieu of flowers. Donations can be sent to Tammy at 17258 Mountain View Rd. SE Monroe, WA 98272 or to Steve Partridge at the Kingdom Hall Twin Falls.

2 Responses

  • Christy Gray On


    So sorry to hear about Sharon's passing. I greatly enjoyed visiting with her every year at the Betty Family Reunion. I also ran into her at occasionally at the grocery store. I was always happy to see her. She will be missed. Sending thoughts and prayers to all of you. I know it will be hard but you will find comfort in your memories.

  • Connie Walker On


    So sorry to hear of the loss of your mom, Thomas. I loved chatting with her when I would see her. She was such a sweet woman. Hugs and prayers for you, my old friend. I think of you often and hope all is well with you.

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