Shari Lee Amirrezvani

December 10, 1965January 1, 2019

Shari Lee Amirrezvani was born on December 10, 1965 and passed away on January 1, 2019.


  • Reception Sunday, January 13, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Sunday, January 13, 2019

Shari Lee Amirrezvani

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LouAnn VanPatten

January 10, 2019

From our first conversation in 1992 , I knew Shari would be a friend for life. To be surrounded with your grace and beauty I was blessed. The day I arrived in California you shared your home with me. Introducing me to all your friends. Taking me to all your favorite places. Our vacations together filled with laughter. I treasure our times together and daily phone calls all through the years. A better person am I for having you in my life. I will have you in my heart always. Let your soul soar dear Shari. Love you LouAnn

Angela Kelly

January 4, 2019

Shari and I have known each other since 2nd grade. We shared a locker in high school because hers was near the front of the school and mine was at the back! We had many fun memories! I remember her stories! Always a great laugh! I loved to visit her in L.A. and thought she lived like a movie star while I was down in San Diego. I will miss her smile and zest for life! She truly was an amazing person and will be dearly missed! Her boys no doubt will have many wonderful memories of such a beautiful person! Just know you Mom always thought the world of you and was so proud of you! Love to you all!

Tracey Penfield

January 4, 2019

Hi All, I wanted to say that even though we have known each other since elementary school we had never been more close than in the last five years. Our kids enjoyed play dates at her pool with picnics and bbqs. She had me over for my birthday with amazing homemade foods . We shared a special friendship. But in the last several months I made extra time to come over because I knew from experience she needed extra love and attention. She was private, proud, and one of the sweetest people I knew. I was happy to have any time I could get with her. She was an awesome mom who loved her boys to no end. I will miss her but know she is no longer in pain. May she Rest In Peace ! Tracey Penfield