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Heather Lynn Sharber

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Heather Lynn Sharber, mother of three adorable children, age 29, and a resident of Konawa, Oklahoma passed away too soon from this life on Tuesday, July 27, 2021 at Alliance Health Hospital in Seminole, Oklahoma.

Funeral services are scheduled for 2:00 p.m. Monday, August 2, 2021 at Swearingen Funeral Home Chapel in Konawa, Oklahoma.

The family will greet guests from 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. Sunday, August 1st at the funeral home. Rev. Dave Herriman will officiate, and burial will follow at Dora Cemetery.

Casket bearers are Jeremy Herriman, Dusty Herriman, Justin Boissenin, John Davis, Danny Herriman, Chris Nix, John Demaris, and Chris Ewing

Heather was born the third of four children on November 14, 1991 in Ada, Oklahoma to Justin “Kade” Sharber and Kimberly Renee (Herriman) Sharber.

She attended Konawa High School where she was an honor roll student several times, and she played saxophone in the Konawa Band.

She was strong-willed and imaginative as a child and loved exploring and playing outdoors. Heather loved spending time with her children and family, and she loved camping, fishing, and swimming. She also loved country music and Mexican food.

Heather was the Inventory Control Specialist for Boot Barn western wear store in Ada, and she called her co-workers her second family. Heather had an open heart and loved everyone with all she had to give.

She is survived by two sons, Tanner and Gunner of the home; one daughter, Lilly of the home; her parents, Kade and Kimberly Sharber of Konawa; two brothers, Matt Sharber of Konawa, and Josh Sharber and wife, Jennifer of Konawa; one sister, Ashley Nix and husband, Chris of Norman, Oklahoma; maternal grandmother, Linda Clark, and husband, David of Konawa; and her partner, Ricky Burgess of St. Louis, Oklahoma; one niece, Kaylee Sharber of Konawa; three nephews, Jamian Sharber of Konawa, Cameron Sharber of Konawa, and Stetson Sharber of Konawa; several aunts and uncles, and numerous cousins, other family, and friends.

She was preceded in death by her maternal grandfather, Ernie Herriman; her paternal grandparents, Bob and Joan Sharber; and niece, Chloe Sharber.