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Jerry Blain Sharr

 

Jerry Blain Sharr, 37, of Golconda, Nevada, passed away at Turquoise Ridge on November 25, 2016. Jerry was born on March 4, 1979, in Richland, Washington, to Jerry Michael and Donna Kay Sharr. He graduated Valedictorian from Grand Coulee Dam School District; he lived in Grand Coulee, Washington, Des Moines Washington, West Port area Washington, and Golconda.

Jerry was a firm believer in God and loved his lord and savior Jesus Christ. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, and working on cars. In his early years, he worked in restaurants, construction, building yachts at The West Port Ship Yards, Michael Clay, T.R. Construction, Hollister and Barrick Gold Corporation Turquoise Ridge Facility (TRJV).

Jerry is survived by his son, Joseph Lee Sharr; his parents: Jerry Michael Sharr, and Donna Kay Sharr, as well as a sister Kay Michelle Sharr-McLean, and honorary brothers: Terry Ayres, Dusty Miley, Kenny Reed, and Chad Wentz.

Jerry was preceded in death by his brother Michael Jacob Sharr; grandparents John Robert McLean, Harry B., and Amanda J. Sharr, as well as numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

The family would like to send some special thanks too Jewell and Cliff Hayden, Tamara Mettling, and to Barrick Gold Corp Turquoise Ridge Facility, and anybody else that has helped Jerry along the way. Jerry loved his job and all the people he worked with.

A very special thank you to Barrick Gold Corp Turquoise Ridge Facility for helping the family during this difficult time, and for covering Jerry's last expenses.

Services for Jerry will be at The Nazarene Church of Grand Coulee on Saturday, January 7, at 11 a.m. Officiating will be Dr. Ron Hunter who knows the family. Dinner will follow the services at the Eagles Lodge, Grand Coulee, Wash., with a no-host bar.

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