Sharon Gall, age 76, of Sioux Fall and formerly of Tripp, was called to her heavenly home Tuesday, December 22, 2020, with family at her bedside at the Sanford Ava’s House in Sioux Falls.
Sharon was born on July 31, 1944, to Henry and Marie Guthmiller Gall at Parkston, SD. She was baptized at the rural Tripp Immanuel Creek church by Reverend Walter Odenbach and confirmed at Friedens U.C.C. in Tripp, SD, by Reverend Theophil Blaufuss.
Sharon received her elementary education at the Dewald and Baltzer country schools and graduated from Tripp High School in 1962. She then attended college for 3 ½ years at SDSU and Mount Marty College.
Sharon was a very dedicated employee at Osco Drug in Sioux Falls for thirty-five years, followed by twenty years at Ace Hardware. When not clocked in at work, she enjoyed watching football on tv, especially Chicago Bears games. She also enjoyed attending softball games, cheering on her great-nieces Jaida and Brooklyn.
Grateful for having shared Sharon’s life are her sister Lorna (Dale) Weisser, brothers Mervin (Eileen) Gall and Merald (Kristie) Gall, as well as eight nieces and nephews: Kevin Weisser, Kelly (Carla) Weisser, Wayne Weisser, Corey (Deanna) Gall, Wade Gall, Stacy (Terry) Klumker, JJ (Luisa) Gall, Jamie (David) Ash and nineteen great-nieces and nephews.
Sharon was preceded in death by her parents and an infant brother Hilmer Harvey Gall.
12/30/2020 Tamara Peters Sioux Falls, SD
I am so sorry to hear of Sharon’s passing. Sharon was the hardest working lady I have ever met! She was a terrific person, I was blessed to have met her! Thoughts and prayers to all the family, she will be missed by many!
12/24/2020 Carole and Dean Nasser Sioux Falls, SD
Sharon and Carole worked together at Osco Drug, and Dean was a customer at Ace Hardware. We kept touch over the 45 years that we were fortunate to be her friends. She was a kind soul who was easy to love. God Bless her and all her family always.
12/24/2020 Kim Bradford Sioux Falls, SD
I’m so sorry to hear about Sharon, Always had fun when she was around . She will be missed.
12/24/2020 Jim and Brenda Deines. Lorene Jerke Wessington Springs,, S D.
Thoughts, prayers and hopes for comfort are with you during this difficult time.... May your memories bring you peace. Our sympathy to you and the family.