Frances Adela Yovino

 

Frances Adela Yovino, 59 formerly of Kodiak, Alaska passed away Friday, Oct. 15, 2010, at Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane, Wash.

She was born June 29, 1951, to Gus and Pauline Yovino. She met the love of her life, Thomas “Mickey” Sheridan, in Alaska. Together they moved to Usk, Wash., where they lived out their lives surrounded by their children and grandchildren. She was a homemaker and enjoyed a variety of hobbies. She loved her family and all of her friends she met along the way.

She was preceded in death by her husband Mickey Sheridan; mother Pauline Yovino and brother John Yovino.

She is survived by her father Gus (Donna) Yovino; brothers Gus Jr. (Toni) Yovino, Bill (Cindy) and their families; sister Mary Ann (Reynold) Morris of Alaska. She also leaves behind son Samuel (Maggie) Sheridan; grandchildren Ashlyn Sheridan, Jaden Cox, Ignace Sheridan and Anjaleah Sheridan; son Robert Yovino and Kim Bottenfield; grandchildren Eternity, Infinity and Trinity Bottenfield, Destin, Dakoda and Denali Yovino; son William Westlake and grandchildren Brandy Westlake and Alexis Sullivan and daughter Pam Boyles.

A memorial service was held Oct. 21, at 11a.m. at Sherman-Knapp Funeral Home at 423 W. Second St. in Newport. Inurnment took place Oct. 22, at Newport Cemetery. A reception followed at the Kalispel Tribal Community Center in Usk.

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