Sharlene Kay Stredwick

1953 – 2017

SharleneKay Stredwick

passed away September

21, 2017 at Saint Luke’s

Hospital in Boise, ID.

Sharlene was born in

Williston, ND. She was

raised in Minot, ND and

graduated from Minot

High School in 1971. She

was a standout student

becoming the first female

to earn a full electrical en-

gineering scholarship to

the University of North

Dakota. She married Tho-

mas C. Stredwick in June

of 1974 and moved to

Pensacola Florida while

Tom completed his Naval

Aviation Training. During

this period Sharlene com-

pleted her BA in Account-ing from West Florida

University and passed her

CPA certification of the

first attempt.

Sharlene moved many

times while Tom served

on active duty Navy as-

signments. Their first

child Eric was born NAS

Whidbey Island, WA and

their daughter Keli was

born at NAS Pensacola,

FL. Sharlene was a

driven, hard working, suc-

cessful business women

but her greatest accom-

plishment was her family.

She enjoyed cooking, trav-

el, boating, golf and just

spending time at her

McCall cabin watching

sunsets and being with

friends and family. Her

favorite memory during

the Navy years was the

adventure of following

Tom to various ports

around the Mediterranean

Sea with her one year old

son in tow.

Tom and Sharlene

moved to Boise in 1982

and Sharlene has worked

at Western Air Express as

the CFO and co-owner for

over thirty years. She was

also actively involved

with the Boise soccer

community serving many

years on the Capitol

Youth Soccer Board.

Survivors include her

devoted loving husband,

Tom; their two children,

Eric M Stredwick and Keli

L Marcum; and six beauti-

ful grandchildren: Samira

and Cassandra daughters

of Eric and Carolina Ma-

tos; and Taylor, Madison,

Dante and Sophia sons

and daughters of Ryan

and Keli Marcum. Her

greatest joy in life was be-

ing surrounded by her

family. Nothing could

make her smile more than

her grandchildren. She

was loved and respected

by so many people.

In lieu of flowers dona-

tions can be made to your

favorite charity. The fam-

ily wishes to extend their

gratitude to Dr. John Gam-

boa, Dr. Norm Zuckerman

and the staff of MSTI out-

patient oncology.

A viewing will be on

Tuesday, September 26,

2017 from 5-8 pm at Sum-

mers Funeral Homes,

1205 W. Bannock Street,

Boise.

Funeral services will be

Wednesday, September

27, 2017 at 11:00 am, also

at Summers Funeral

Home in Boise.

Burial: will follow at

the Idaho State Veterans

Cemetery in Boise.

Memories and con-

dolences may be shared

with the family at

www.summers

funeral.com.