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Obituary: Sharon Gail Roedel

Obituary: Sharon Gail Roedel

July 10th, 2019 in Obituaries
Location: Jamestown, mo

Sharon Gail (Edwards) Roedel, 75, of Jamestown, MO, passed away on Sunday, June 30, 2019 at SSM Health St. Mary's Health Center in Jefferson City, Mo. She was born on January 26, 1944 in Boonville, Mo., the daughter of Roy "Frosty" Edwards and Helen (Kuhn) Edwards, both of whom preceded her in death. Sharon was the Valedictorian of the Prairie Home High School Class of 1961. She was also the Missouri State Fair Appaloosa Horseshow Queen in 1961. She married David Roedel on November 30, 1963, who also preceded her in death. In 1979, Sharon graduated top of her class from Boonslick Technical Education Center with her LPN degree. She worked the bulk of her career as an I.V. certified LPN at Cooper County Memorial Hospital. She enjoyed singing tremendously, performing as a soloist and with many choirs, quartets and small ensembles. She sang the National Anthem at the Prairie Home Fair Western Horseshow from the age of 13 to 61. Sharon was an avid sports fan. She was proud of attaining her Blue Belt in Taekwondo, attending classes even after her children chose other sports. Sharon's faith was also very important to her. She was a longtime member of the Prairie Home United Methodist Church and later, when she moved to Jamestown, attended Grace United Methodist Church. Some of her greatest joys were attending all of her grandchildren's many activities, as their biggest fan, and playing with her great-grandchildren. Sharon is survived by two daughters, Pam Goff (Bill) of Jamestown, Mo. and Jennifer Sorrells (Gordon) of Jamestown, Mo.; one son, Jeffrey Roedel (Traci) of Prairie Home, Mo.; one brother, David Edwards (Kellie) of Prairie Home, Mo.; one sister, Diane Kobel (Ralph) of California, Mo.; eight grandchildren, Cody Goff, Neena Goff (Justin), Bret Goff, Mack Sorrells, Jolene Sorrells, Waylon Roedel, Cyleste Hellmer and Jaxon Murphy; and two greatgrandchildren, Aiyanna Goff and Blaze Hile. A Memorial services was held Friday, July 5, 2019 at the Prairie Home United Methodist Church with Pastor Bruce Jeffries officiating. Burial of cremains followed at the Pisgah Cemetery near Prairie Home. Memorials are suggested to the family of Sharon Gail (Edwards) Roedel, c/o the funeral home. Arrangements are under the direction of Bowlin-Cantriel Funeral Services, California, Mo.