Sharon Anderson

Sharon Louise Ewing Anderson was born August 25, 1952 in Sundance, Wyoming to Dorman James and

Ellen Astrid Ewing.  She joined one brother, William Eugene Ewing and one sister, Linda Lea Ewing Larsen.

Sharon attended schools all over northern Wyoming as well as Craig, Colorado as her dad was employed in the oilfield business.


Sharon married the love of her life John Earl Anderson on May 23, 1970 in Sundance, Wyoming.  To this

union three children were born, Laticia Yvette (Jamie) Gibb, Brian Conrad Anderson and Bradley James (Mallory) Anderson.  Sharon passed from this life on June 21, 2019 at Ivinson Memorial Hospital in Laramie, Wyoming surrounded by her husband and children.  Sharon fought a valiant battle with cancer for several years with such grace and courage.  She will truly be missed by all that knew her.


Sharon loved to read and spend time with her children and grandchildren.  They were her whole life.  She was employed at the Encampment Post Office for many years and truly loved her job.


Sharon is survived by her brother and sister, her children and grandchildren – Nicholas Williams (Kaylee Alles), Dayne Anderson, Michael Anderson, Samantha Anderson, Erin Anderson, Carter Anderson and Paige Pantoja.  Her Aunts and Uncles – Don and Eda Gose and Karl and Joan Frederiksen and several cousins, nieces and nephews.  She is also survived by her brothers and sisters – in laws, Connie and Gerald Beckham, Melody and Lance Thurston, Paul and Karen Sydnes and Chuck Larsen.


She was preceded in death by her grandparents, parents and her beloved granddaughter Bailey Williams.  She never did get over the loss of her parents and granddaughter.  We can all take comfort in knowing that she is once again reunited with them and that one day we will all be together again. She had a strong faith in God and we know that she is in good hands.

A celebration of life will be held at 2:00 p.m. Sunday, June 30, 2019 at Valley Chapel in Saratoga, Wyoming. Inurnment to take place at Saratoga Cemetery.

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Condolences (2)

  • Vicky Pfennig

    She was a special flower amongst the rest. She truly knew how to love her family and anyone who knew her as a friend. She will be greatly missed in this life. She is happy in the arms of Jesus and all of her family. I love you my friend and thank you for the many hours of friendship and concern. I will see you again one day. I am so sad for your family I know they will have a huge hole in their lives from your leaving.

  • Wendy Terry

    There is one word that comes to mind, when I think of Sharon... that word is FAMILY. Sharon demonstrated her love of family her entire life; helping her grandchildren, even during her own struggles with illness. She possessed incredible inner strength, and fought her cancer with faith and determination. She set an exemplary example to us all, of the sacredness of family, and I will be forever grateful to her, for this. I love you Sharon, and think of you surrounded by your family in heaven... waiting to welcome those who will follow... just as you did here on earth.


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