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Sharon Koehn

Sharon Kay Koehn (Rork)

Tuesday, December 17th, 1946 - Sunday, November 8th, 2020
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A Graveside service for Sharon Kay (Rork) (Jones) Koehn age 73 of Lahoma will be 10 am Monday, November 16, 2020 at Memorial Park Cemetery with Rev. Bill Smith officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home.
Sharon was born on Tuesday, December 17, 1946 in Oakland, CA to Kenneth Lee Rork, “Bobo”, and Jessie Mae (Glor), “Granny”, and left this Earth per God’s plan for her on Sunday, November 8, 2020 to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She endured, battled, and won many life-threatening illnesses for the last several years, but she couldn’t overcome the COVID-19 symptoms during the last week of her life. Sharon was blessed with a beautiful soul and was a loving Mother, Wife, Daughter, Sister, friend, but most importantly she was “Momo” to her family and every person she ever met. She never lost her faith during her battles and always believed that “Even IF” God didn’t heal her, her hope is God alone, and it is well with her soul. He was always her Rock and strength to face every setback life threw at her.
In 1947, Granny, Bobo, and Sharon moved to Carrier, OK where she grew up on a farm with her four siblings. Sharon attended all 12 years at Carrier School and graduated in 1964. After graduating from high school, she married Billy Dan Jones and she gave birth to her two children Brian Dan Jones and Cathy Jo (Jones) Eide. She worked at a variety of jobs for many years, such as a waitress, butcher shop, Evans Drug Downtown, Enid State School, Lahoma Coop, K-Mart, Chesterfield Cylinder Company as a Quality Control Inspector, until she was approached by Billy Sims the Lahoma Coop manager where he stated he needed her to return to be his office manager, and she found her niche, as she worked there 34 years until her retirement. You will not find a farmer, another bookkeeper or office manager in this area that didn’t know her and her importance to the Lahoma Farmers Coop.
Sharon attended the United Church of Lahoma, where she served on the Church Board and the Women’s Circle as their Secretary and Treasurer; she was an Awana Leader, as well as a Cub Scout and Girl Scout Brownie Leader in the community. She also attended Chisholm Trail Cowboy Church, was a member of the Domino Girl’s, and “The Golden Girls” girlfriends. Sharon was very active in her children’s lives through her attendance and support but as the driving force behind all of their endeavors with her encouraging words of wisdom, love, and compassion. Sharon met the LOVE of her life at the top of the escalator at Evans Drug, Loren Dale Koehn; they were married August 9, 1974 and were Soul Mates. He took in her two children as his own and raised them as their dad. He is the man who doted on and cared for Sharon, as well as her mother Jessie for the remainder of their lives together and is always there for his two children and their families as Dad and Popo.
She was preceded in death by her dad, Kenneth Lee Rork, and father and mother in law Abe and Elizabeth Koehn, and her baby brother Steve Rork. Her mother Jessie Rork, Granny, joined her in Heaven two days later, as they were inseparable the last years of their lives.
Sharon is survived by her husband, Loren Koehn; son Brian “Calvin” Jones; daughter Cathy and Alan Eide of Kenmare, ND: two brothers, Roy and Janice Rork of Enid, Gary and Holly Rork of Norman; one sister, Linda Cottom of Goltry: grandchildren, Alysha and Jeremy Alexander of Liberty Hill, TX, Michelle and Jaylen Fjeldahl of Minot, ND, Brianna and Jonathan Rankin of Lafayette, CO, Jantz Feland and Codi Evenson of Antler, ND: great grandchildren, Ziah Jones of Kenmare, ND, Ariya and Olyvia Alexander of Liberty Hill, TX, Emmie Feland of Antler, ND.
Memorials may be made to ST. Jude’s Children Hospital, Boys Town, or the memorial of your choice with Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home serving as custodians of the funds.
Condolences, flowers, and card may be sent to Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home, P.O. Box 3501, Enid, OK 73702.
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    Monday, November 16th, 2020 | 10:00am
    Monday, November 16th, 2020 10:00am
    Memorial Park Cemetery
    6405 Memorial Drive
    Enid, OK 73701
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  • Interment

    Memorial Park Cemetery
    6405 Memorial Drive
    Enid, OK 73701
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Marilyn (Dyche)Schriever

Posted at 07:13pm
My heartfelt condolences go out to the family of Sharon Kay Koehn. I knew Sharon as Sharon Rork, growing up near Carrier. Sharon and her family lived on a farm one mile north of the farm I grew up on. As most farm kids did, sometimes we got together to play after school, we also rode the school bus together. Although I have not seen Sharon for many years, I will always remember her as a fun playmate back in the day. Also my condolences to the family for the passing of Sharon's Mother, Jessie Mae Rork. I remember Mrs. Rork as a person who always had a smile just as the picture in the paper. Sharon had her Mom's smile. I know that they both will be greatly missed. Sincerely, Marilyn (Dyche) Schriever.

Renae Lewis Koch

Posted at 02:14pm
Sister Sharon was without a doubt one of the most beautiful people I have ever met. She always had a warm smile and a hug for me whenever I saw her. Whenever my mother was in the hospital, Sharon would visit giving us all comfort and a reminder about faith when we needed it the most. Sharon was there to hug all of us when my mother passed and offer comfort once again. Sharon walked with God and it showed. She didn't have to preach to teach others about the love of God or his mercy. She taught those lessons by living her life well and I consider myself blessed to have learned from her examples. Sharon's kindness, her words and actions spoke clearly about her faith. I haven't seen her in a few years but to hear of her passing broke my heart but I know that she now has a crown of gold in heaven to match the heart of gold she shared with everyone she met in life. My heart goes out to her family who I am keeping in my prayers. Sharon was a treasure and loved by many and she will be greatly missed.
Renae Lewis Koch


Posted at 10:34am
Sharon was a gem!! I've known Sharon for a long time but in the last few years really got to call her a real friend. There was several of us friends that called ourselves "The Golden Girls" and we would meet once a week to play dominoes and cards and go out to eat on our birthdays. We had such a fun time with many laughs. I will remember and cherish those memories. Sharon was a wonderful person and her love for Jesus was so very evident. Although she was in pain many times, you never heard her complain. I will miss Sharon but I know she is free of pain and with her Lord! Love you Sharon!! Carolyn Unruh

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