Shari was a sister, a friend, a wife, and most of all a mother to all that walked through her front door. She loved big and sarcastically. Her dry sense of humor was her signature.

Rest In Peace,

Shari

Lerback

February 11th, 1967

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February 25th, 2022

Shari was a sister, a friend, a wife, and most of all a mother to all that walked through her front door. She loved big and sarcastically. Her dry sense of humor was her signature.
Shari was a sister, a friend, a wife, and most of all a mother to all that walked through her front door. She loved big and sarcastically. Her dry sense of humor was her signature.

Hometown:

Oxford

Kansas

Personality:

Shari was a sister, a friend, a wife, and most of all a mother to all that walked through her front door. She loved big and sarcastically. Her dry sense of humor was her signature.

Born In:

Arkansas City

Kansas

Hobbies/Interests:

She loved to spend time with her husband, Bret, kids, and grandkids. She loved to enjoy a cold Keystone Light. She enjoyed swimming and camping.

Profession:

Hairdresser, Sheet Metal Mechanic, Aircraft Sealer

Memorial Notes:

Shari left this life on February 25th, 2022 after a battle with illness.
Shari Lerback (Thomas) was born the daughter of W. Michael (Mike) and Carolyn (Adams) Thomas on February 11th, 1967 in Arkansas City, KS. She attended schools there until the family moved to Derby, KS. She finished her education at Derby and was a graduate of the Derby High School Class of 1985. While in school she met and was good friends with her husband, Bret Lerback.
On December 5th, 1992 Bret and Shari were united in marriage at the chapel within the Kansas Masonic Home in Wichita, KS. Together they celebrated 29 years of marriage which included traveling for bowling tournaments, dirt track racing with her brother, trips to Table Rock Lake, the birth of their 3 children, sporting events for the kids, and so much more.
Shari is preceded in death by her parents W. Michael (Mike) and Carolyn Thomas and her brother Ted Thomas. Survivors include husband Bret Lerback, of the home, son Michael Lerback of the home, daughter Piper (Levi S.) Johannsen of Belle Plaine, KS, daughter Autumn Lerback of Wichita, KS. Grandchildren Eva and Levi G. Johannsen.