Information for Sharon Lee Sevy
5 May, 1942 - 29 December, 1995
From the Idaho Press-Tribune
4 January, 1996
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo
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Sevy Belisle, 53, of Vale, Ore., and formerly of Caldwell,
died Friday, Dec. 29, 1995, at 10:12 a.m., at an Ontario,
Ore., hospital. Memorial services will be held at 7 p.m.
today, Jan. 4, at Val's United Methodist Church. Funeral
services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, Jan. 5, at
Greenleaf Friends Church. Burial will follow in
Greenleaf Cemetery, under the direction of Ontario's
Sharon was born May 5, 1942, to Uvon E. Sevy and Florence
Sevy of Caldwell, Idaho. She attended school in
Middleton, Idaho. On December 2, 1972, Sharon married
Paul R. Belisle of Nampa, Idaho, in Reno, Nevada.
Sharon, Paul and children resided in Caldwell, where Sharon
worked as a cook at the College of Idaho and also as a cook at
a nursing home.
After helping others out of the home, she decided to run a
home da-care center. She sometimes had up to 21 children
during the summer. Sharon and family moved to Payette,
Idaho, in 1977 for a year. They then moved to Vale,
Oregon. She took a job at the Star Lite Cafe until late
1979 and then went to work at Pioneer Nursing Home.
Sharon again decided she wanted to own a home day care.
For the last sixteen years she had cared for many of our
She was preceded in death by her father, Uvon E. Sevy;
brother, Robert Sevy; grandson, John Paul Hileman; and
granddaughter, Saphrine Rochelle Hileman.
She is survived by her mother, Florence Sevy of Nampa;
sister, Jean Perry of Star, Idaho; brothers, Jerry Sevy of
Americus, Ga., Ronald Sevy of North Plains, Ore., John Sevy of
Colville, Wash., Ross Sevy of Nampa, Thomas Sevy of Seattle,
Wash.; a half-sister, Evon Sevy; husband, Paul R. Belisle;
children, Kenneth A. Marrs, Nampa, Lorrinda L. Hileman of
Dededo, Guam, Daniel U. Marrs of Burley, Idaho, and Scott E.
Brown of Ontario; grandchildren, Casper D. Hileman, Zane A.
Marrs, Colt S Hileman, Amber A. Marrs; a grandchild on the
way; and numerous nieces, nephews, grand-nieces and nephews.
She was loved by everyone who knew her. She will be greatly
missed. The many children whom Sharon cared for will
also miss her.
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