PRATT — Sharon Ann Brehm passed away November 27, 2019 at South Wind Home in Pratt after a long battle with cancer and kidney disease. She was 80.
Sharon was born October 19, 1939, in Pratt, Kansas, to Harry Edwin “Eddie” Randle, Jr. and Etta Jeanne (Hopkins) Randle.
She attended Pratt and Fairview (a two room country school) schools through the 8th grade. Sharon then attended Pratt High School, graduating May 1957, and Pratt Community College graduating in May 1959.
In January 1959, Sharon married her high school sweetheart, Darrel Brehm. They lived in Pratt one year before moving to the farm where they lived the rest of their lives.
Sharon was a stay at home mom, raising her two sons. When Darrel opened his income tax preparation office, she assisted him and did bookkeeping for many farmers and several businesses. They retired in 2007.
Sharon was a member of the Glendale United Methodist Church, Naomi Guild, Library Board and attended the Pratt First United Methodist Church. She was a past board member of the Elm Mills Recreation Club, and a member of Laureate Chi of Beta Sigma Phi, High Rollers Investment Club, Stitch and Bitch Club, and Crimson Baker Red Hat Club. Her passion was playing card games of all kinds. She belonged to Hand & Foot Club, Pinochle Club and Afternoon Bridge Club.
Sharon is survived by her husband Darrel; two sons, Steve (Mary) Brehm of Pratt, and Doug Brehm of Wichita; two granddaughters, Hannah (Quentin) Jacobson of Pratt, and Ellie Brehm of Pratt; one great-granddaughter, Andromeda Jacobson of Pratt; a sister, Marsha (John) Knack of Topeka; a sister-in-law Shirley (Garry) Baker of Stafford; and many nieces and nephews.
Sharon was preceded in death by her parents and brother Harry Edwin “Pat” Randle III.
Visitation will be Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. with family present from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Larrison Mortuary. Funeral Service will be 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, December 4, 2019, at the First United Methodist Church with Rev. Marvin Ewertt presiding. Burial will be in Greenlawn Cemetery, Pratt.
Memorials may be made to Pratt County Historical Museum in care of Larrison Mortuary, 300 Country Club Rd. Pratt, KS 67124. Online condolences may be left at www.larrisonmortuary.com.