Sharon Lee Snow Lindquist Cochrane

July 28, 1948 - December 05, 2015

Sharon Lee Snow Lindquist Cochrane

July 28, 1948 - December 05, 2015


Sharon L. Snow Lindquist Cochrane, age 67, unexepectedly passed away on Sat, Dec 5, 2015. Born July 28, 1948 in Port Angeles, WA to Carl & Lorraine Snow. Their family moved to Lynden in the 50’s to open Snow Ford Sales.
Sharon graduated from Lynden High School in 1966, lived in Issaquah for 25 years before returning to Whatcom County in 1995 where she retired. In her retirement, she enjoyed Tai Chi, water aerobics and took up piano lessons, but her greatest passion was spending time with her grandchildren and following the Seahawks.
Sharon is survived by her daughter Carla Moore (Kevin), brother Richard Snow, grandchildren (Hannah, Jacob) and many, many dear friends.
She is preceded in death by her beloved father, Carl H. Snow, mother, Lorraine D. Snow, and brother Dale Snow.
A celebration of Sharon’s life will be held Friday, Dec 11th at 1pm at Cornwall Church (4518 NW Dr., Bham); because it’s “Blue Friday” and she loved the Seahawks, you’re encouraged to wear your Seahawk gear.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in her name to Rebound of Whatcom County

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2 responses to Sharon Lee Snow Lindquist Cochrane

  1. Cj says:

    ‘m so sorry for your loss! Did you know that soon you’ll be reunited with your loved again! The bible says at John 5:28,29… “Do not marvel at this, because the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to resurrection of life… How comforting that is to be with your loved one again!

  2. Tami Miller says:

    I worked with Sharon at The Skagit and thought the world of her. She always had a hug and a smile for me at work just when I needed it!After I left Skagit I ran into her in Haggen and out and about and she still had that beautiful smile, sparkle in her eyes and warm hug I always appreciated.
    Sharon was a kind woman with a giving heart and she will be greatly missed by many.
    May she rest in Peace and may you, her family, find comfort in your time of sorrow.
    God Bless You.

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