Sharron Lynn (Hansen) Niemeyer-Joubert
|Posted 2023-03-26 by mhenderson|
|Published by Today's News Herald on Mar. 26, 2023 -|
Lake Havasu City, Arizona -
Sharron "Sherry" Lynn Niemeyer-Joubert passed away on March 6, 2023 at
the age of 79 in Lake Havasu City surrounded by her loving family.
She was born in Kimberly, Nevada on Oct. 10, 1943 to Raymond Marr Hansen
and Dorothy Hansen (Cobb). Her family later moved to Oceanside,
California, where she graduated high school in 1962. Sharron also served
her country as a member of the U.S Navy reserve and a very proud
She received her cosmetologist license and worked as a beautician for
many years before deciding to go back to school to pursue a career in
health care as a medical assistant and ultra sound technician. She was
much fulfilled and the most rewarding thing for her was revealing the
gender to expecting parents.
Sherry moved to Lake Havasu City in 1972 with her family, she was a Lake
Havasu pioneer. But ultimately she moved back to California, and 2008
she met and married her loving husband Jim and they decided to move back
to Lake Havasu City after she retired in 2009 to be closer to her
Sherry enjoyed sailing her Hobie Cat 16 in Lake Havasu. In 1977 she won
the 14th annual London Bridge Regatta. In southern California, she
enjoyed sailing to Catalina Island on her 36' Islander. She was a member
of Beta Sigma Phi for many years, and Women's Bowling Association. She
was a member of the Elks and also held the title of First Lady. She was
also a member of the Elks Vagabond RV club and traveled all over the
Sharron is preceded in death by her parents Raymond and Dorothy Hansen,
her son Rick Neimeyer and brother Jim Hansen.
She is survived by her husband James Jim Joubert, her daughter Mandy
Kamin, sons Robert Niemeyer, Keith Niemeyer, and Eric Brookshire.
The family will receive friends at Lietz- Fraze Funeral Home for a
celebration of life on April 4, 2023 at 10 a.m
Services were entrusted to the care of Lietz-Fraze Funeral Home.
Thoughts and condolences can be sent to the family at www.lietz-
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