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Sheron Webb Hashimoto

Thursday , July 19, 2018 - 10:00 PM

September 11, 1953 ~ July 16, 2018

Sheron was born September 11, 1953, in Baltimore, MD, and passed away on July 16, 2018, at Lakeview Hospital, due to heart complications.

Sheron's mother, Helen Marie Killmeyer Webb passed when Sheron was only ten. After the passing, Sheron moved to Willard, UT, where she lived with her loving uncle and aunt, Oscar and Lillian Puckett, and her cousins. She grew up there and graduated from Box Elder High School with her dear friend, Lola.

She met Calvin Hashimoto during her high school years, whom she later married. They went on to have three children who survive her: Jennifer (Jim) Morgan, Matthew (Jennifer) Hashimoto and Scott (Tiffany) Hashimoto.

Sheron worked at American Greetings, IRS and Ogden City. She enjoyed drives up the canyon, which usually included a stop at The Oaks, crafting, all animals and for those of you that knew her, her cats!

Sheron always wanted to be cremated and we have followed through with her wishes. The family has chosen to have a private memorial. Memorial donations can be made to No More Homeless Pets at:

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