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We fondly remember our classmate

Sharolyn M. (Paulsen) Hunter

Born 1-19-58, Passed Away 4-4-90

Sharolyn Mae Hunter, 32, 507 E. Green St., died at 3:30 a.m. April 4, 1990, in her home after a two-year illness. A lifelong Frankfort resident, Mrs. Hunter had worked for Wakefield State Farm Insurance and in sales with Village Square Realty. She was a member of First Church of the Nazarene. She graduated from Frankfort High School in 1976, Indiana Business College in 1977, and received her real estate license from Indiana University at Kokomo.
She was born January 19, 1958, in Frankfort, to Phil and Carolyn Arion Paulsen. She married Doug Hunter on February 5, 1982, and he survives.
Also surviving are her father and stepmother, Phil and Delilah Paulsen of Frankfort; her mother and stepfather, Carolyn and Roger Boyce of Frankfort; two sons, Jeremy Hemmerling of Frankfort and Black Hunter at home; a stepson, Nicholas Hunter of Russiaville; a daughter, Sasha Hunter at home; a stepdaughter, Brandi Hunter of Russiaville; two sisters, Sandie Stevenson and Susan Kerr of Frankfort; maternal grandmother, Leona Kyle of Kirklin; and paternal grandfather, Paul H. Paulsen of Largo, Florida.
Services were at the First Church of the Nazarene with the Rev. Earl Roustio officiating. Burial was in Greenlawn Memorial Park. Arrangements by Goodwin Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to the church building fund.


Sharolyn majored in Business. She was involved in the following: Fall Musical, Band, Big Broadcast, Concert Choir, Band Contest, Sunshine Club, Z-Club, Drama Club, French Club, Health Occupation Education at FHS.

From Kevin Pedigo-
I meet Sharolyn through an older sister-in-law of mine, who’s family knew the Paulsen family. Sharolyn was funny and sweet, we spent the better part of a summer together during a vacation bible study when we were in sixth grade. I didn’t learn much about the bible, but I did learn she lived to make people laugh. Having her become ill at such a young age made me realize how short life could be. Sharolyn lived a short life, but made it a better life for all those around her.

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