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 MALTA- Sharon Wombold died February 29, 2016 at the Phillips County Hospital with her family at her side.

    Visitation will be at Kirkwood Funeral Home on Thursday, March 3, 2016 at 7 p.m. Funeral will be at the Malta Lutheran Church on Friday, March 4, 2016 at 11 a.m. Interment will be in the Malta Cemetery, with WELCA luncheon to follow. Condolences for the family may be left at www.kirkwoodfuneralhome.com

    Sharon Kay Sandvick was born on April 8, 1943 in Malta. She was the youngest of five children of Martin and Hazel Sandvick. She grew up on a ranch near Fourchette Creek in Regina, Montana. She attended schools at Fourchette and Second Creek School, being the only student at the school in the 8th grade. She attended Malta High School and graduated in 1961. After graduation, she attended Kinman Business University in Spokane, Washington.

    Upon returning to Malta, she was employed by Petrolane Glacier Gas Service for nine and a half years, was secretary and later administrator of Malta Activity Center/Group Home. She received her real estate sales agent license in 1984 and also worked as office manager of the Phillips County News. She got her real estate broker’s license and had worked at the Missouri River Realty until 2015.

    Sharon married Donald Wombold on September 29, 1962. Ronald was born in 1963 and Randy in 1964. She was active in Malta Jayceens and also Business & Professional Woman’s Club. Sharon was a lifetime member of the Malta Lutheran Church.

    She is survived by her husband; Donald, sons; Ronald and Sharon Wombold of Great Falls, Randy and Dawn Wombold of Rapid City, SD, grandson; Brandon Wombold of Great Falls, granddaughters; Whitney and Jon Severson of Aurelia, IA, Kathleen and Aaron Tennyson of Vermillion, SD, Reagan Wombold of Rapid City, SD, step-granddaughter Alissa Fendrick of GA, great grandchildren; Norah and Winston Severson, sister; Betty Chrestman of Idaho Falls, ID and brother; Harold Sandvick of Malta.

    She was preceded in death by her parents; Hazel Sandvick in 2000, Martin Sandvick in 2002, daughter-in-law Jeanne Wombold in 2003, and sisters; Sandra Kolczak in 2004 and Violet Able in 2013, also her grandparents; Herman and Alvilda Krumwiede.

    Sharon loved people and enjoyed her work as a real estate broker meeting new people all the time. She especially enjoyed being with her children and grandchildren.

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From: Diane F Smith

My heartfelt sympathy goes out to Don, Ron, Randy and their families.
I have so many fond memories of Sharon and all the great times we had thru the 55 years we knew each other.
She kind of was the little sister I never had.
Peace for you my dear friend, and I'll be seeing you on the other side. Love forever.


From: Blane Cornell

Sorry for your loss, Don, Ron, Randy and families.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all.


From: Gail & Larry Wilcott

Dear Don,
We were so saddened to hear of Sharon's passing. She was such a gracious, kind lady and will surely be missed. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers.
God bless,
Gail & Larry Wilcott


From: Arlene and Tom(Joe) Fisher

We were saddened to hear that Sharon passed..Sharon and I shared a lot of memories as we grew up. She was a really good friend. May God bless all her family and friends..


From: Kay and Ted Cummings

Dear Don and Family,
We are so sorry with the loss of Sharon. The 4 of us had so much fun together over the year. May you find the peace that will help you get by this.



From: Michelle Turner

I was so shocked to hear about Sharon's passing. As I sit here in tears over the loss of this wonderful lady and family friend, my heart goes out to you, Donnie, Ronnie, and Randy and your families. Hugs to you all. She will be missed.


From: Donna & Dick Jennings

So sorry to lose such a life long friend. I have no idea who will set up the reunions now, even though they are running out for all of us Our prayers and thoughts are with Sharon's family. Take care, Don!


From: Judy Cummings

So sorry, Don, for your loss. It was so much fun to see you and Sharon at the reunions. She was a great lady.
My heart and prayers go out to you and your family.