Sharron Y. SendraSeptember 15,2012
Sharron Y. SendraSharron Y. Sendra
MANHATTAN, Mont. ó Sharron Y. Sendra, 69, died Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012.
She was born on April 27, 1943, in Bennington, Vt., to Chester A. Young and Barbara (Bahan) Young.
She attended schools in Arlington, Vt., and graduated from Arlington Memorial High School in 1961.
Sharron met her husband, Edward J. Sendra of Danby, Vt., on a blind date on New Yearís Eve 1960, and they married July 29, 1961. They moved to Montana where she worked as a homemaker and extraordinary cook on various ranches. She later worked for 20 years at Perkins Restaurant in Bozeman, Mont.
Sharron is survived by her loving husband, Edward, of Manhattan, Mont.; son, Scott Sendra and wife, Wendy, of Wallingford, Vt.; daughter, Sherilynn Langehough and husband, Sid, of Bozeman, Mont.; son, Richard Sendra and wife, Julie of Emigrant, Mont.; son-in-law, Robert Venema, of Churchill, Mont.; grandson, Lee Sendra and wife, Brooke of Belgrade, Mont.; grandson, Jesse Sendra of Manchester, Vt.; grandson, Eli Sendra of Manchester, Vt.; granddaughter, Lynzie Watson of Coeur díAlene, Idaho; grandson, Bryen Venema, of Cody, Wyo.; and granddaughter, Becky Sendra, of Lacy, Wash.; as well as five great-grandchildren.
A graveside service was held at Meadow View Cemetery in Manhattan, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012.
Sharron will be greatly missed by the lives she touched.
Arrangements are in the care of Dokken-Nelson Funeral Service. www.dokkennelson.com
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