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I am heartbroken to announce Sherron Louise Brewer, 74, of Whitefish, Montana, passed away on May 22, 2023, at Deconess hospital peacefully. She was born on May 26, 1948, in Whitefish, Montana, to the late Floyd and Florence Harwood. Sherron is survived by her brother, Rollin Harwood, and his wife Carol Harood; two daughters, Angela Morales and boyfriend Jason Allen, Debbie Gilbert and her husband Scott Gilbert; a granddaughter, Sherridan Morales, and two stepchildren she helped raised, Travis and Casey Brewer. She was preceded in death by her son, Baby Morales.
Sherron had a full life and lived it on her own terms. She was a very giving mother who did everything she could for her children. She had open arms to her stepchildren, Travis and Casey Brewer. Sherron was always helping people out and had many lifelong friendships that she cherished. She loved to go out and dance and laugh and enjoyed gatherings at the Buckhorn with all of her friends. She enjoyed taking her granddaughter to riding lessons, spending quality time with her and helping raise her. Sherron was married twice to Tom Morales and Norm Brewer. She was a very strong woman and never held back when she had something to say. She was very knowledgeable in every aspect of life.
Sherron attended Whitefish High School and went on to attend some college. She had a variety of jobs throughout the years, but she truly loved driving a semi truck and seeing the world. Sherron had many hobbies, including horseback riding, going on trips to Mexico, boating, gardening and yard work.
Sherron will be deeply missed by her family, friends, and all who knew her.
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