Shara K. Hall was born on November 13, 1980 in St. George, Utah to Kathy and Dennis V. Hall. At the young age of 42 years old, Shara suddenly passed away at home on July 20, 2023 due to one of her medical conditions.
Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis set in when she was 3 years old. Although Shara suffered due to the JRA, that lead to multiple major surgeries during her short life span, her purpose on this earth was to love and hug her loved ones as if there was no tomorrow. Her hugs definitely left a lasting impression.
She was always giving service to others, even for those she did not know. She never judged anyone, loved unconditionally, and was a great server all of her life.
She attended all her intermediary schools in Washington, Utah area, graduating from Pine View High school in 1999 at the top of her class, then pursued a modeling career in New York City.
Shara continued her education at Dixie College (Utah Tech) with a scholarship for a major in Business Marketing. She was also worked at several business within Washington County before being employed at Micheal's Arts & Crafts where she was Inventory Specialist. She also held and directed all the Arts & Crafts classes which included creating jewelry, which she loved and continued to make for family and friends until her death.
She had a passion of music, dancing, stars, flowers and butterflies.
Shara's favorite quote was:
"Only a life lived and loved with and for others is a life worthwhile"
A celebration to honor Shara's extraordinary life will be held on September 9, 2023 at the Club House in the Park, Green Valley in St. George, Utah. Those who would like to join her family are welcome to attend the dinner and candlelight vigil, beginning at 5 pm.
Shara is survived by her parents, Kathy Fotheringham Gardner of St. George, Utah and Dennis (Ann) Hall of Ogden, Utah; her sister, Jennifer (James) Gilchrist of Henderson, Nevada; and nephews, Hunter Lundgreen of Vancouver, Washington; Hayes Lundgreen and Jarrett Gilchrist of Henderson, Nevada; grandparents Bert and Carol Fotheringham of American Fork, Utah; grandmother Glenda Hall of Ogden, UT; her aunt, Karen (Robert)Tucker, of Mesa, Arizona; and cousins Kaylon Walker of Fort Apache, Arizona; Kamill (Zach) Knudsen of Hurricane, Utah; and Easton, Jaxon, Allie, Kristy Walker and Troy, all of St. George, Utah.
Shara was proceeded in death by her uncle Kay Fotheringham of Lehi, Utah and all of her great-grandparents: Mern and Percy Adams, and Verda and Bill Neilson of Roosevelt, Utah