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Sheren DolezalJanuary 8, 2018
Sheren Marcella Dolezal passed away at her home in Baker City, OR January 8, 2018 at 83 years young. She was surrounded with love and family members. Sheren was born June 6, 1934 in Terry, Montana to Fred and Mabel Raihl. She had six brothers; Harold, Bud, Don, Richard, Ray, Dean and a sister, Faye. As a young child the family moved to Greenfield, Montana where she attended elementary school. Sheren graduated high school in Fairfield Montana in 1952 where she had been an active student. She married James (Pat) Dolezal May 3, 1956. They raised their family in Fairfield, and Conrad, MT before moving to Twin Falls, ID in 1977. Her husband, Pat, passed away April 3, 2002. She moved to Oregon in June of 2017.
Over the course of her life she had many jobs; teller in the Federal Reserve in Helena, MT, owner of a craft and hobby store, school secretary, clerk in accounting at a Twin Falls, ID hospital, and hostess at Kelly's Diner in Twin Falls. Her most important job, however, was mother to their five children. Tim Dolezal (Lila) in White Hall, MT; Diana Pawelek (Mike Ragsdale) in Baker City, OR; Elizabeth Lantz (Joel) Point Roberts, WA; Kathleen Fischer (Dave Potter) in Colorado Springs, CO and Dale Dolezal (Caroline) in Twin Falls, ID.
Sheren enjoyed reading, playing cards, puzzles, crafts, visiting, and travel. Anybody that met or knew her always had positive things to say of her. Her infectious smile always radiated the gathering no matter where she was, It was a "you know the wheels are spinning all the time" smile. She loved her children, grandchildren (10) and great grandchildren (21)
Sheren is preceded in death by her parents, brothers Harold and Don, sister Faye and her daughter-in-law Lila Dolezal. A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday June 9th at Dunken's Draught House at 102 Main Ave W in Twin Falls, Idaho from 11 to 1pm. Special thanks to Heart 'n Home Hospice in Baker City, OR and Harrison's Hope Hospice in Twin Falls for helping Sheren and her family through her last months here. In lieu of the flowers, the family requests that you do a random act of kindness in Sheren's memory. On line condolences may be shared at www.tamispinevalleyfuneralhome.com