Sharron Gale Budzinsky Deere passed away peacefully on Friday, November 1, 2019, at 76 years of age.
Sharron Gale and her twin brother, Johnny Dale, were born on Friday, April 23, 1943, in McAlester. Gale is the daughter of the late John Budzinsky and Eva June Ward Budzinsky. She is the sister of Patsy LaRue Budzinsky Myers (living) and the late Johnny Dale Budzinsky. Gale graduated from McAlester High School in 1961 and attended the University of Oklahoma. Gale was a member of the Pi Beta Phi sorority.
Gale was married for 57 years to Monte Max Deere Sr. after they met at OU and together they have four sons, Monte Jr., Michael, Jason and Josh. Gale and Monte have four daughters-in-law, Bobbi, Kelly, Sonja and Brittany. They have 14 grandchildren, Jackson, Cameron, Annie, Justin, Jake, Brooke, Kennedy, Griff, Josie, Maddy, J Davis, Josh, Wyatt and Jack, and one great-granddaughter, Madeline.
Monte and Gale raised their family in Norman. They retired on a small farm in Columbia, Tennessee, for a few years before moving to Alpine, Utah in 2012.
Gale (Meemee) had a way of making everyone she met feel like they were the most important person in the world and she will be missed by all who knew her until we are with her again.
Funeral services will be held on Thursday, November 7, at 11 a.m. at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Alpine North Stake Center, 1125 East Alpine Blvd, Alpine Utah, 84004.
(Google map works, Apple map misdirects). Funeral arrangements made by Warenski Funeral Home, 1776 North 900 East, American Fork, Utah 84003/801-763-5000.
Published on November 4, 2019


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Nancy Bryan
Nov 06, 2019
Love's Tapestry was purchased for the family of Sharron "Gale" Budzinsky Deere by Nancy Bryan.  Send flowers
Linda Robertson Potter
Nov 05, 2019
Gale was one of my youth Sunday School teachers in Norman. I still remember some of the lessons she taught. I especially remember that she was always real in her teaching and shared how she was striving to change her own life. She had a beautiful smile and laugh. I appreciate the efforts she made for us as teenagers.