Sharon Grace Halls Sharon Grace Halls, 76, Rapid City and formerly of Sturgis, died Tuesday, May 5, 2015, at Morningstar Assisted Living in Rapid City. Sharon was born April 12, 1939, in Sturgis, SD, to Harold and Aileen Remington. She attended school in Sturgis, graduating from Sturgis High School. Sharon married Clarence Halls February 17, 1967, in Roseburg, OR, where they lived until Clarence retired. They moved to Sturgis where Sharon worked for the Sturgis Tribune, the Sturgis Hospital, and the Sturgis Methodist Church. She also worked for a time at the VA Hospital in Hot Springs. Sharon was involved with the local TOPS Club and was the past president of the SD Unit. She was also very active in the VFW Auxiliary, and was a member of the twenty thousand hour plus Club with the VA where she volunteered at the Fort Meade VA Hospital. Sharon, in her spare time, enjoyed gardening, camping, and traveling. She spent many summers at the cabin by Tobin Lake in Nipawin, Saskatchewan, and also wintered in Arizona. Sharon was a member of the First Methodist Church in Sturgis, and had worked at the church as the secretary for Rev. Harold Fitch. She continued to attend church until her health began failing and she moved to Morningstar Assisted Living in Rapid City in 2012. Sharon will be deeply missed by Delores Gisi; Patty & Lonnie Ellwinger; Brent, Brad, and Brock Klapperich and families; the Clarence Halls family; and many nieces and nephews. Sharon was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Clarence Halls; her daughter, Melody Rae Halls; 2 brothers, Darrow and Dick Remington; and one sister, Donna Widner. A special thank you to everyone at Morningstar Assisted Living for the wonderful care they provided Sharon. A memorial has been established to Cystic Fibrosis. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.kinkadefunerals.com. In Loving Memory Of Sharon Grace Halls 1939 ~ 2015 In Loving Memory Of Sharon Grace Halls Born April 12, 1939 Sturgis, South Dakota Died May 5, 2015 Rapid City, South Dakota Funeral Service Monday, May 11, 2015, at 10:30 a.m. United Methodist Church Sturgis, South Dakota Officiant Pastor Jenene Earl Before It Is Too Late If you have a tender message, Or a loving word to say, Do not wait till you forget it, But whisper it today; The tender work unspoken, The letter never sent, The long forgotten messages, The wreath of love unspent - For these some hearts are breaking, For these some loved ones wait; So show them that you care for them Before it is too late. Frank Herbert Sweet Accompanist Lois Larson Soloist Shirley Baker Musical Selections "In The Garden" "Amazing Grace" Pallbearers Sharon's Nephews and Great-Nephews Interment Black Hills National Cemetery The family invites you to join them for fellowship and lunch in the church hall immediately following the funeral service. We thank you for your presence and condolences.
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