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Sharon Ann Harris February 4, 1944 - February 27, 2020

Sharon Ann Harris (Bowman) 76 of Eagle, passed away peacefully after a long battle with Alzheimer’s Disease, surrounded by loving family and friends. Sharon was born Feb. 4, 1944 to Mattie and Fred Bowman. She graduated from Nampa High School in 1962 and was married for 56 year to her lifelong love Joe Harris. Together they had two children, Lori Harris-Bilyeu (Clark) and Shelli Harris-Huff (Greg) 7 grandchildren, Aubri and Cody Chance, Taylor and Lanni Bilyeu, Chelsie, Daniel and Hunter Cracchiolo.

Sharon Annie, as she was called by many, was kind, thoughtful, gracious and inclusive. Her smile and laugh were infectious. She loved everyone and everyone loved her. To say she was a LADY is a definite understatement. She worked side-by-side with her loving husband Joe as they built many beautiful homes in the Treasure Valley. She hung enough wallpaper to cover the valley several times over. She was an amazing daughter, mother, grandmother, sister, & aunt.

She was known for her amazing roast, noodles, and mashed potatoes and there was always room at her table. Her lifelong love and romance for her sweetheart Joe, was truly amazing. They were a beautiful example of true love and devotion. A special tribute to-Joe for the loving care he gave her throughout her life.

A lifelong member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, were she served in many various callings. Services will be held at the LDS church on March 3, 2020, 11:00 A.M., located at 700 W. State Street in Eagle. Visitation will be held from 9:30-11:00 A.M. with services directly following.

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Services will be held at the LDS church on March 3, 2020, 11:00 A.M., located at 700 W. State Street in Eagle. Visitation will be held from 9:30-11:00 A.M. with services directly following.

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    Linda Bowman says

    I have so many wonderful memories of you aunt Sharon you simply was the best . Love you and I hope you Rest In Peace . God bless

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      DeLayne Bosworth says

      Joe I am so sorry for your loss. Sharon was a wonderful, fun person and will be missed. Thank you for building our first house on Wilson Lane in Nampa. If I remember it was your first or second

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    Bob & Cindy Nemec says

    We are so very sorry for your loss. A wonderful person and a wonderful family..

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    Juddy and Eugene says

    Dear Joe and Family: Eugene and I are so sorry about your loss….such great memories from years gone bye….At times life just doesn’t seem fair does it? At least we have the knowledge to know that we will be reunited with our loved ones some day. And the Reunion that Sharon is having right now nothing could be better. We are thinking bout you at this time and our hearts and prayers are with you. Eugene and Judy Fuller and Family

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    Dennis Munson says

    Joe, we are so sorry to hear about Sharon passing on. We know how much you love her and will miss her, as will we. Please know that we are thinking of you and Sharon and will always remember the good times we had visiting with you both.

    Dennis & Marieva

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    Dale Loyd says

    Our prayers for comfort are with you and your family at this time. Dale and Carol Loyd

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    Frank & Sally Varriale says

    Joe, Lori, and Shelley, we were so sorry to hear of your loss. It is never easy to say “Good-bye” even if it is only temporary. She is with the Lord and will wait patiently to see you again. She was a beautiful lady both inside and out. The many memories she has left for everyone who knew her will put a smile on our lips even when hearts are breaking. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

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    Linda Nemec says

    Joe, Lori and Shelly, I am so sorry about the passing of your beautiful, kind and amazing wife, mother and grandmother. I loved her like a sister. She is with Aubrey in heaven now and no longer suffers 🙏 I love you all, so very much. God bless you and your wonderful family.

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    Sharon Wilson says

    Joe, Lori, Shelli and families, you were blessed loving one classy and fun lady. She was one of the Sharon’s that made up a trio of Sharon’s that played golf together from time to time – what a fun memory! I always held her in great regard and have fond memories. Joe, blessings to you.

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    Carl & Beba Pennington says

    Gods Blessings & our Prayers to Joe, Lori, Shelli, & family. May the light of Sharon’s love shine down on you knowing that she is at peace in God’s heavenly home. Sharon gave joy to all that knew her, Sharon smile was contagious as was her laughter, she will live in all of our hearts with fond memories.

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    Steve and Pat Young says

    Joe, we know you through the Martinez’s. Met with you and Sharon for dinner a couple of times. I used to bowl with Sharon and Debbie and Linda. Sharon was always so upbeat and so kind and inclusive of everyone. You have been so loving and supportive of her in these last difficult years. May your heart heal with the knowledge that she is whole again. All our love to you and your family.

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    DeLayne Bosworth says

    Joe I’m saddened to hear of your loss. I remember Sharon as being so fun. Thank you for building our first house on Wilson Lane in Nampa. It may have been the first house you built.

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    Debi says

    Joe many prayers for you and your family Sharon will be missed by all of us here on Harbor Care. She was such a beautiful lady with a beautiful spirit

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    Linda Mosley Steinberger says

    I’m sadden to hear of the loss of Sharon. I met Sharon at Eastside school, 6th grade and we became best friends. I remember so many special fun days with her as kids growing up…from slumber parties, trick or treating, riding a bicycle all over Nampa with one of us perched on the handle bars, summer weekly stays at my aunt and uncle’s farm working the fields and then swimming in the local irrigation ditch , and so much more. Life took us in different directions and we didn’t see each other much over the years but when we did meet up, we laughed and laughed and had a great time remembering those early days. My blessings to all her family. I am so sorry for your loss. She was so special and I will remember her always.

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