Sharon Lyn Jeppson
Our precious mother and wife passed away on Sunday November 4th 2018 , after a short 5 week battle with cancer.
Sharon was born in Boulder City, Nevada to Helen and TJ Vinson. She grew up in Page, AZ and went to Page High School. She always wanted to be an RN so she worked hard in school and got her dream job at LDS Hospital where she was a practicing RN for many years. She then went on to serve as an “Ask a Nurse” for several more years. She worked the last few years with Select Health as a Nurse Auditor, where she recently retired. She was an amazing nurse as she loved to serve others.
Sharon met her sweetheart Jerod Jeppson in 1983 at LDS Hospital. They were married in the Salt Lake Temple on August 29, 1984. They have a beautiful family of 4 children; Jason, Ashley, Jessica and Chase and 2 grandchildren; Wakely and Charley. Her children and grandchildren were her world and made her extremely happy. Anyone who went to her home, felt the spirit of Christ, as she raised her family toalways focus on the life and mission of Christ. Everything revolved around her family and grandchildren, who she spoiled rotten.
She had a strong testimony in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints where she served several callings like Relief Society President, Young Women’s President, and she was in the Primary Presidency. She especially loved to work with the youth and the children as she felt they illuminated the pure love of Christ. She had a contagious smile and laugh where she could light up the room. Sharon was always sensitive to the needs of others and reached out to those who needed a friend the most.
Sharon is survived by her husband Jerod, 4 children;Jason, Ashley, Jessica & Chase, 2 grandchildren; Wakely & Charley, mother, Helen, Aunt Billie and 3 siblings; Richard, Mark, and Penny.
Services will be held Saturday November 10, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, located at 980 No. Shepard Church Drive, Farmington Utah 84025.
11:00AM-12:00PM Funeral Services
Interment will be at the Farmington city cemetery