Sharon Vreugdenhil

sharon vreugdenhil

Sharon Marie Vreugdenhil, 64, of Fargo, ND was called home to our Lord on April 13, 2010. 

She was born on April 28, 1945 to Harold and Marie Ravn, who preceded her in death.  Sharon graduated from Cedar falls High School, the Waterloo School of Practical Nursing and North Dakota State University.  In 1972, Sharon married Harvey Vreugdenhil  and they were together until his death in January 2008.  Sharon was a Worthy Matron in Eastern Star, a chaperone and supervisor for Rainbow Girls, and was involved in Harvey's Masonic activities.  She was a volunteer teacher with the Chinese Christian Ministry and was very involved in the New Life Center, Salvation Army and the Red River Danes.

Sharon's gentle, kind and generous spirit touched many people's lives and left them in wonder over why she gave so much to others but did so little for herself.  Sharon has found her reward in Heaven.

Sharon leaves behind her son, John Vreugdenhil of Fargo; sister, Kathrine (William) Jambura of Leesburg, FL; a niece, Stacey Jambura of Waterloo, IA, and aunts, uncles and cousins.  Sharon was  also preceded in death by her brother, James Ravn; grandparents, Nicholas & Clara Ilax, Carl & Nora Ravn and several aunts, uncles and cousin.

A Celebration of Life followed by an Eastern Star Service will be on Thursday, April 22, 2010 at 7 PM at Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.  Inurnment will be in Cedar Falls, IA.

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  1. Dickey ND
    I am so very sorry about Sharons untimely death. Please accept my deepest sympathy. She was such a special caring person. She loved giving me Bears to share with the children in the hospitals.
    God bless and keep you in the days ahead, may He give you strength and guidance.

  2. Fargo North DakotaSharon was such a wonderful friend to work with while teaching with the Chinese Christian Ministry. We will miss your positive attitude.

  3. Coon Rapids MN
    Sorry to hear about Sharon’s passing. While living in Fargo and being a member of the Order of Eastern Star, it seemed that she always had a smile and a welcome hand for everyone she met. She was always a hard worker at the various functions she participated in, so know that she will be missed by all who knew her. Best Wishes to the family in the days ahead!

  4. Sharon has been a devoted member of our Eastern Star and Rainbow families for many years. She has always been a strong yet silent worker. Doing much to support the greater good of a cause not knowing what a fabulous impression she has made. Sharon’s dedication to any cause has always made people glad that she was part of it. She will be missed. Our deepest sympathies to the entire family. Follow the brightest Star.

  5. MN
    We would like to extend our deepest sympathy to the family. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers! May the memories help you through this difficult time. And may they lighten your heart as you think about those memories.

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