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Obituary: Sharrah, Shelly Marie (Dunks)

Age 46

SHARRAH, Shelly Marie (Dunks) (Age 45) Passed away at her home in Chattaroy, WA on April 22, 2015.

She was born July 11, 1968 in Helena, MT to Cal and Cindy Dunks and was a graduate of Noxon High School in Noxon MT, Class of 1986.

1986 to 1987 she attended Trinity Western University, Langley, BC, Canada majoring in Veterinary Medicine.

Shelly attended SCC in Spokane Washington graduating as a Certified Nurse’s Aide.

Shelly worked in the CNA field for fifteen years in several locations as a traveling Certified Nurse’s Aide.

She had to retire from the field in 2009 due to health reasons.

She lived in Helena, Plains, and Trout Creek, MT, Maryland, Colorado, California, Idaho, Spokane and Chattaroy Washington.

Her hobbies included photography, knitting, baking, games and practical jokes.

She is survived by her spouse Stephen Lloyd Sharrah; her daughters Britney Rose Inglis and her husband David Inglis, Tiffany Ann Lanza and son Joseph Patrick Lanza Jr.; grandchildren Chrystybella Ann Lanza-Passmore, and Davy Inglis Jr.; her parents Cal and Cindy Dunks; and her sister Cindy Posselt and her husband Kim Posselt; nephews KC Posselt, Nick Posselt and Joshua Posselt.

A funeral service will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 2, at the Peaceful Valley Church in Elk, Washington.


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