OBITUARY: Sharon Lee Haslam-Wagenaar

OBITUARY: Sharon Lee Haslam-Wagenaar

PILOT ROCK - Sharon Lee Haslam-Wagenaar, 69, of Pilot Rock died Saturday, March 14, 2009, at her home. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 19 at the Pilot Rock Cemetery. Visitation will be held from noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 17 and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 18 at Pendleton Pioneer Chapel, Folsom-Bishop, 131 S.E. Byers Ave., Pendleton.

Mrs. Wagenaar was born Dec. 26, 1939, in Pendleton to David A. and Hazel L. (Fletcher) Wells. She attended Pilot Rock High School and graduated from Blue Mountain Community College in Pendleton with an associate's degree in liberal arts.

She married Dan Haslam in 1961; he died in 1988. She was remarried in 1991 to Arvin L. Wagenaar in Pilot Rock.

She was a bartender at the Pendleton Country Club, the Round-Up Room and the Elks Lodge for many years. She also worked for Louisiana Pacific for 71/2 years.

Mrs. Wagenaar is survived by her husband, Arvin Wagenaar of Pilot Rock; daughters Sheri Fleek of Anchorage, Alaska, Laurie Hummell of Pendleton and Kelli McKague of Las Vegas; sons Dan Haslam of Portland and Scott Haslam of Pilot Rock; sisters Madeline Hodel of Portland, Shirley Munson of southern California, Mary Mendonsa of Nashville, Tenn., Carolyn Horn of Seattle and Ruth Tonack of Pendleton; 11 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by husband Dan Haslam; brother Bill Sylvester; and son Johnny Kosmack.

Pendleton Pioneer Chapel, Folsom-Bishop, is in charge of arrangements.


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