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Sharee (Logston) Davison

June 22, 1959 ~ January 21, 2020 (age 60)


Sharee Logston Davison - June 22, 1959 – January 21, 2020


Sharee Logston Davison passed away unexpectedly from a sudden onset of sepsis, surrounded by family Tuesday January 21st at St Peter’s Hospital in Helena, MT.  Sharee was born in Anaheim, California June 22, 1959.  She graduated from the University of Utah in 1980, then received her master’s degree in Audiology from the University of Oklahoma in 1982. She then served as a Captain rank, clinical audiologist in the US Army from 1985 – 1989. Sharee then became an award-winning pharmaceutical sales rep in California. She met her husband, Steve Davison while both were in the military, stationed in Virginia. They became close friends, visiting each other just a few times. On one of those visits, Sharee went backpacking in the Mission Mountains with Steve.  It was then that she then decided Montana was the state she wanted to live in for the rest of her life.  In 1992 Sharee transferred to the Animal Pharmaceuticals division to take a job in Montana, where she covered veterinarian offices all over Montana, Idaho and Wyoming. Sharee loved to travel the 3 states, often taking the back roads and adventures to see all of the country and visit with every veterinarian in the territory.  Sharee and Steve were married in 1993 and had their daughter, Taylor in 1995.  Sharee was thrilled to be able to stay at home with her daughter, as a most wonderful full-time mother for 6 years.

Sharee lived in several states growing up, but she always said that she was a “Montanan” because she lived in Montana for the most years out of all of them (27 years).  She had a passion and natural talent for arts and paper crafts.  That passion became a business when she bought her store, Stamp Happy, Paper Crazy in 2001 until 2009.  She loved teaching the craft and creating beautiful, hand crafted cards, books, journals and many other paper-art creations. During her years in Montana, she enjoyed helping Steve at Action Print, as a sales rep and wherever help was needed.

Sharee is survived by her husband Steve, her daughter Taylor Davison, her mother Lee Logston, her sister Karee Egebrecht (Ryan), her nieces Evee Egebrecht and Emily Willig, and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

Sharee is preceded in death by her father James Logston.

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