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Sharla Duncombe

Sharla Duncombe passed away on July 5, 2021, at IHC hospital in Murray, UT. She was born January 21, 1957, to George Glenn Buckley an Elizabeth Ann Packer at Hill Air Force Base, UT. She spent some time as a child in Alaska, but Ogden, Utah was her true home. It is where she met her 1st husband and had 2 beautiful children before going on to meet the love of her life and getting a degree in accounting.

Sharla loved gardening, barbequing. crocheting, watching movies and soaps, spending time with her grandchildren and reading a good book (preferably anything by Steven King). She was an amazing mama, grandma, sister, and friend and will be missed by so many.

Preceded in death are her parents, ex-husband Ron Duncombe, love of her life Max B Miller, grandson Keltin Ouellette and lots of pets.

Surviving is her daughter Rena Ouellette, Son Matthew Duncombe, and his wife Jamie Duncombe, 3 grandchildren Kedryn Ouellette, Kaden Ouellette, and Aspen Duncombe, 3 sisters, Ann Evens, Janae Morris, and Rebecca Morris, 2 brothers Jerry Morris, and David C. Moore, and 1 dog Scruffy.

In my rose garden of memories, I know you will always be. For though you are gone from this mortal world, in our hearts you will always be.

                                                                                We Love You, Mama.

Funeral services will be at Aaron’s Mortuary and Crematory, 496 24th Street Ogden, Utah, 84401 on Saturday July 17, 2021, at 1:00pm. A celebration of life dinner will be held at 1887 Ann Street, Layton, Utah, 84041 at 5:00pm.

 


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Paula (Mrs. E .) Garner Dec 8 2021 4:22 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Sharla Duncombe

Ja Nae Merendino Oct 29 2021 1:37 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Sharla Duncombe

DeAnn Barfuss Jul 18 2021 12:00 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Sharla Duncombe

JaNae Merendino Jul 14 2021 12:00 AM

I met Sharla in High School and enjoyed being her friend back then. She was a wild and free spirit. We dated just for a short while and I remember picking her up from her home on 22nd street in Ogden and going out for a burger or going to Salt Lake and cruising with her friends in a old Volkswagen Van. Time and distance separated us as I left for the Marine Corps and I never got to see her again. I will always remember her pretty smile and cute glasses, and her fun personality. (Paula's) story about her makes me laugh as it so perfectly describes how I remember her.
Now she is in the arms of God.

Michael Mansfield Jul 11 2021 12:00 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Sharla Duncombe

Matt Jul 10 2021 12:00 AM

Sharla,
I just cant wrap my mind or my heart around the thought that you are gone . I know that I should be grateful that you suffer no more , but I am selfish and just want you here . I cant help it , it was not sapost to be this way . We have so much more deviltree yet to do . We have so much more hate and discontent yet to cause ,.LOL . You have been my best friend for over 42 years , always there for me through thick or thin , highs or lows you have always been there for me . For 42 years you have been my best friend , my confidaunt my cohort in crime ... LOL . together we were unstopable, an yes some would say a holy terror and a force yo be reckoned with . I love you my dear sweet friend and I'm going to miss you so very much . What am I going to do without you here , how am I to go on without you ? My heart is broken and I am lost without you . A better friend I could never have found than the one I found in you . I need you Sharla , to help me through this cause to be honest I dont think I can do this without you . When we were young we use to talk about what we were gonna do when we got old , things like spiking the punch at the seniors get togethers and changing the music at senior dances from the slow no broken hips music to shake it and break it hard rock . I remember how much you use to like to hear me sing Janis Joplins Bobby McGee with the Kapp Brothers . You said that you liked my gravely whiskey soaked sounding voice . I remember the ride we made up Ogden canyon just about a Mounth after T.J. was born . It was raining like nobody's business . T,J. Was asleep in his cradle in the back seat of my Chevy Nova . As we were passing liberty park headed north toward the mouth of the canyon you said turn on your wipers , when I did they went flying off straight into the park . We almost wet ourselfs laughing . I asked Sharla can you see ? You wiped the fog off the windshield and your glasses and leaned forward put your glasses back on turned to me and calmly said " Kinda " I laughed and said " good , that makes one of us " LOL we laughed and we decided to continue on up the canyon . That ride took forever or so it seemed to me . You more than earned your co pilot wings that day . Now my dear sweet friend you have earned your holy golden wings and now you can truly fly with the angles . I know that when it is my turn to be called home you will be there to greet me and we will once again fly together . I love you Sharla , and I miss you so much . I am totaly crushed and I just dont think I am strong enough to face the rest without you . 42 years is a whole lot of time loving each other and yet to me it just dont seem like enough . So I well keep on loving you tell the end of time and missing you until God calls me home again . Give E. My love and a huge hug from me and tell him I well be home soon . Rest well my friend rest well . Good night sweet Sharla , thank you for being my life long devoted friend , sleep well you deserve it and more . All my love your unworthy yet loving friend
Paula (Mrs. E.).

Paula (Mrs.E.) Jul 9 2021 12:00 AM