OBITUARY

Sharon Kay Adair

September 5, 1952November 29, 2011

Sharon Kay Fields of Tahlequah, OK Passed away on November 29, 2011 at ST. Francis Hospital in Tulsa, OK she was 59 Years Old. Pallbearers for Sharon include, Rick Panther, Elmer Panther, Joey Fields, Tony Fields, Josh Allen, Jimmy White, and Tevin Fields Keen. Honorary pallbearers include, Jerrod Fields, Eric Adair, Richard Fields and Josiah VanBuskirk Sharon was born on September 5, 1952 in Tahlequah, OK the daughter of Bill and Josie (Fields) Mouse. She went to high school in Kansas OK and attended North Eastern State University where she earned a Bachelor’s degree and began a career as a health coordinator for the Cherokee Nation. Sharon was an avid OU fan and loved to watch Wheel of Fortune and Family Feud on TV. Sharon loved the Cherokee language and spent many hours doing bead work. Most of all she loved her family and enjoyed the times spent with her grandchildren. Sharon passed on November 29, 2011 at St. Francis Hospital with her family by her side, she was 59 years old. Sharon will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

Sharon is preceded in death by her parents and a sister Verna Panther. Those left to cherish her memory include her 3 sons, John VanBuskirk and his wife Veronica of Oaks, OK, Carlos Adair of Oaks, and Marty Adair of Oaks, OK, a daughter Sherri Adair of Oaks, two brothers Selven Fields and his wife JoAnn of Kansas, OK, and George Mouse of Mounds, OK, 11 Grandchildren as well as a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and

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Cherlye Foreman

December 9, 2011

I was very sad to hear of Sharon's passing. I sat with her one night after she was hopitalized before this last stay. She never complained and she didn't want you to know she was feeling bad. She always keep those thoughts to herself. When she went for this last surgery. I knew all would be alright. Now she has gone on. I will miss our visits.

Phyllis Yargee

December 5, 2011

I am so sorry to hear of Sharon's passing. I worked with her when she was a teacher in the Cherokee Nation Adult Education program. We were hired about the same time. I always thought Sharon was a very attractive and dedicated mother who enjoyed speaking Cherokee and sharing laughs with her friends. I know you all will miss her greatly. My prayers for your comfort and strength. Phyllis Yargee, Cherokee Nation Child Care Program

Joyce Hansen

December 5, 2011

Sharon, I will miss you; you were a great friend. I thank you for talking to me about my current husband. If it wasn't for you I may not be married to this man now for 12 years.

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