Sharon Estelle Granbois, 64, of Poplar Montana gained her wings enjoyed her late family on November 11, 2021. She was currently living in McCone County Health Center when she passed away peacefully of natural causes.Sharon was born May 1, 1957, in Poplar Montana, where she lived a majority of her life. She attended Poplar Schools for a short time before she decided to get her GED and join the work force. She later decided to further her education, she attended University of Montana and Fort Peck community college. Over the course of her life, she enjoyed several hobbies and activities golfing and playing pool were among her favorites. she always had the brightest colored golf balls possible, so she wouldn’t lose them on the fairway. One particular day she was gifted a Montana Griz golf bag which quickly became one of her favorite possessions. One year mom decided that she wanted to join a women’s golf league. She needed a partner for it, of course I didn’t hesitate. She loved her golf nights. Before she played golf, she played pool. She joined a pool league and entered into numerous tournaments traveled many places for them. Her brothers and sisters were also part of the pool league. She was very close with her siblings. Sharon worked in various departments at A&S Industries, ranging from a laborer to accounting. After that she resigned from A&S, she continued on with her career working for Vern E Gibbs Memorial Center in the contract health department. She later retired and spent some of these years traveling. She would travel to Washington state to spend time with Sunni Michelle and the boys. One of her most memorable trips was to PortLand Oregon in 2015, she was traveling with her daughter, grandsons, brothers and sisters. Other trips included North Dakota with her brothers and sisters to gamble. Sharon enjoyed drinking coffee while visiting with friends and family, catching up on her shows, playing with her dogs, and spending time with her grandchildren, especially Natalie who helped her out so much. Sharon had a great sense of humor and could light up any room with her infectious laughter and smile. She made friends wherever she went, she recently made a good friend named Patti. Who’s company she often enjoyed, they spent a lot of time together. “I think I have had a full life especially with my children and I have enjoyed all the jobs I have had over the years. I hope I can keep on having a good life and have many grandchildren.” -Sharon Estelle Granbois Sharon is preceded in death by her father and mother Philip Harris Granbois and Beulah Ula Melbourne Granbois; her brothers Philip II, James, Glenn and her baby sister Diane; her nephews Clifford Sr and Wade. She is survived by her children Sunni (William) Granbois, Richard Granbois, Philline (Chris) Gorder; her brother Don (Bernita) Granbois and her sister Shirley (Gerald) Jackson; nephews Phillip III, Brian, Donovan, Glenn Jr, nieces Jada (Victor) Grant, Mikaela, Dani Rae (Daniel) Red Thunder, Jessica Granbois, Mandy Granbois, Paige, Charlie, Tori, Autumn, Leilani (Jason) Dupree, Debra Granbois and Meredith Granbois; grandchildren Preston, Jaxson, Kameron, Natalie, Hunter Izaiah, DeBray, Jazmin, Cali, Caydee, David, Dian, Kiara, Logan, Dakota, McKinley, Nioka, Benjamin, Xavier, Jaycob, Justin, Jude, Rain, Summer, Evalena, Isabella Rodney, and Ezekiel. First and foremost I would like to give a special thank you and to express my deepest gratitude to Jada Shayne and Dani Rae for being here for me every single step of the way, it means a lot to me and I’ll never forget it. I would also like to say thank you to the staff at McCone County Health Center and Poplar Community hospital.
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