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Jeremy Gene Sharpe passed away Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011 in Oklahoma City at the age of 36 years.
The son of Andy Dale Sharpe and Brenda Lynne Hill Sharpe, Jeremy was born on August 17, 1975 in Carmel, California.
He came to the Cushing and Agra community at the age of 15 and graduated from Agra High School.
Prior to his medical retirement, Jeremy had worked for several years at Freddie Paul’s as a chef.
Jeremy was a very happy go lucky guy, and his family meant everything to him; he enjoyed making people laugh and one of his favorite sayings was “smile loud”.
He enjoyed the outdoors; listening to music, art and playing video games.
He is survived by his mother Brenda Welch and Jimmy “Pops” Welch; his father Andy Sharpe and his wife Lori; his brothers, Travis Sharpe, Garret Welch, Josh Hunt and Jake Hunt; his sisters Raelee Gegen and Nikki Hunt; his local children Skyler Hermann and Adrianna Hermann; numerous other family members and friends.
A memorial service will be held Saturday, Oct. 22, 2011 at 2 P.M. in the First Assembly of God Church with Pastor Robert Adams, officiating.
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