Sharron Clark Lamoreaux
09/11/1963 - 05/20/2021
Ash Fork, Az
Conversations & Beer with My Sister and Inspiration
Sharron C. Lamoreaux, 57, daughter, sister, friend, passed away on Thursday, May
20, 2021 with family by her side.
She is survived by her mother Mary; siblings Donna Sue, Debbie, Carolin, Steve, and Bill; her dogs Poppins and Max; and countless nieces and nephews.
Born on September 11, 1963, Sharron lived life to the fullest and packed a world of experiences into her years. Sharron always traded careers when it felt right.
Before coming to Arizona, she owned and operated a small Italian grocery in Chicago, prior to that she was a corporate lawyer, and worked for the federal government in Washington D.C. But one of her first jobs was working at a drive- in theater in Minnesota, where she would bring massive garbage bags of popcorn home after a long shift. She graduated from Brigham Young University. Washington & Lee Law school and U of Chicago.She got her law degree to practice law in Chicago..
Beer and conversation were favorite pastimes while in Arizona. In fact, her last visit to a local bar was directly after her first treatment for cancer. She insisted on going directly there even though she barely sipped on a sample of beer and noshed on a single fried mushroom. She also loved books, and could always be found with a book nearby. And she showed her love in sharing others' joy. That was evident as far back as the 1980’s taking her youngest brother to little league games, introducing her younger (and underage) brothers to beer and wine coolers at the old D.C. landmark ‘The Brickskeller’, taking her mother on a Caribbean cruise, and being there as the oldest sister as needed. But her big joy was traveling. From backpacking Europe after undergrad school at BYU, to cruises, the amazing jerk hut, and yes the nude beach on Jamaica, to her small Wisconsin cabin just far enough away from the trappings of Chicago, she loved to travel. Her spirit and inspiration will be missed, but never forgotten.

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