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Sharon Louise Willis Wilson
July 11, 1945 - June 12, 2003



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Rocky & Jo HoneRocky & Jo Hone
Rocky & Jo HoneBob, Connie, & Andrew Sylvester
Nancy, Jerry, Josh and Courtney YantesNancy, Jerry, Josh and Courtney Yantes
Mike & Jan RaleyRon and Jackie Metzger
Steve and Becky McCordSteve and Sandi Hughes
Barbara Murphy (Barb)Ben Roby
Donna L. GoffGary/Ann Schuler
Greg & Candy GoffJerry & Judy Jandl
Jim RobyKaren & Ed Schinnie
Lloyd and Doris RobyMarthajo K. Gentry
Nancy and Charles LewisPaul and Judi Hoggatt
Steve and Karen NolandTerrie Woodward
Matthew, Christine, Richard, and Justin OsborneAva Roby
Betty IbrahimBruce Rowe & Jilayne Yeiter
Dennis and Barbara McMullenErnie & Kathy Miller
Glenda and Vance BenoitJohn & Donna Fisher
Richard & Irene RynearsonYoung, Frank & Marie
Joan and Bill Zielenbach

 

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By: Terri Willis Jun 18, 2003
Neal, Becky, Fern, and Bill: My heartfelt sympathy to all of you. I'm sure words can't describe the depth of your grief and loss. I pray God will console you and give you the comfort and peace that Sharon is now experiencing in the arms of her Father. Sharon was the greatest sister-in-law I ever had. Through the years whenever our paths would cross, she was always the kindest, most loving person to me. Sharon was unique and one of a kind. I will always miss her. My love to you all. Terri
By: Nancy Yantes Jun 16, 2003
Our loving thoughts and prayers go out to Neal and his family. Sharon always made us feel so welcome. No matter where we were she was the first to say hello and would make sure she had personally greeted each member of my family. What a lasting impression she lived!! Not enough room here to talk of the many memories we have of Sharon and Neal; but enough room to talk about the time we have left to live our lives like Sharon - always giving of our time and talents to the Lord, sharing of his love, loving others and laughing like there is no tomorrow here on earth. We will miss her, but not for long. I truly thank the Lord for people like Sharon - we are truly blessed to have known her!!
By: Sandi Hughes Jun 16, 2003
Neal, Becky & Fern,

My heart is breaking yet is full of joy to know that Sharon is in a better place. I know our hopes were for her to beat this and continue her life here on earth. But the good Lord has decided that she belongs with him so she can watch over her family and friends beside him. I know that right now you are still in shock over all that has happened as I went through the same thing last year when I lost my youngest sister to suicide. Your belief in God and your christian friends will see you thru. I will never forget Sharon and the fact that she always kept in contact even though we couldn't see each other very often. It's good friends like her who mean the most and stay with you forever. There are so few people like Sharon who are willing to share and extend their love to all those they meet. Remember that even if she isn't here physically she is still here spirtually and will always be close enough to keep you in her arms. Time will not dim our memories of here only make them stronger as will our faith keep us strong during our sorrow at losing her too soon. We will all meet one day in that place where she has already gone to be with others she loved.
By: Sandi Hughes Jun 16, 2003
Neal, Becky & Fern,

My heart is breaking yet is full of joy to know that Sharon is in a better place. I know our hopes were for her to beat this and continue her life here on earth. But the good Lord has decided that she belongs with him so she can watch over her family and friends beside him. I know that right now you are still in shock over all that has happened as I went through the same thing last year when I lost my youngest sister to suicide. Your belief in God and your christian friends will see you thru. I will never forget Sharon and the fact that she always kept in contact even though we couldn't see each other very often. It's good friends like her who mean the most and stay with you forever. There are so few people like Sharon who are willing to share and extend their love to all those they meet. Remember that even if she isn't here physically she is still here spirtually and will always be close enough to keep you in her arms. Time will not dim our memories of her only make them stronger as will our faith keep us strong during our sorrow at losing her too soon. We will all meet one day in that place where she has already gone to be with others she loved.
By: Steve and Karen Noland Jun 15, 2003
When we relocated from Ohio to Houston back in 1995 to take a job at Compaq, we left our families behind in Plain City and Akron. We were all alone in a new city where we didn't know anyone, until a prophetic set of cirumstances introduced us to Sharon and Neal. At one of my Dad's (Al Noland) family reunions in Plain City, Sharon and Neal attended with Neal's brother Dick and sister-in-law Kathy who happens to be my Dad's first cousin. When Sharon noticed the 'Houston' tee shirts my Mom and Dad were wearing from a recent trip to visit us, she asked what their connection to Houston was. When my Mom explained that Karen and I lived in Tomball, Sharon got our phone number and gave us a call. We made arrangements to meet at Sharon and Neal's home in Panorama Village for dinner and from the minute we walked through their front door, we knew we weren't without family in Houston any longer. We will always be thankful for the impact that Sharon's efforts made on our lives.
By: Judi Hoggatt Jun 15, 2003
Paul and I met Sharon and Neal thru mutual friends. We immediately struck up a friendship that has lasted thru more than 10 years. We were able to go camping with them. I had to work late, so we were late arriving. When we got there, Sharon had coffee and a snack waiting. They sat up and visited with us, and as always, Sharon had the situation well under control. She already had meat marinating for the next evening's meal, had fruit cut up for breakfast and had a welcome mat in front of their camper. We had a great time, laughing, walking, playing cards and golf. Sharon always had time for her friends, and always seemed to have time to make new friends. We missed Sharon and Neal when they moved to Conroe, but felt they had found the perfect home for them. However, now we know that Sharon has truly found the perfect home, as she has made her transition to Heaven. I hope to see her smiling face in the future.
By: Lloyd and Doris Roby Jun 15, 2003
As we are in the midst of our sorrow in losing our beloved Sharon on earth, we can only be thankful that she is no longer suffering physical pain.

Sharon has been such a delight in our lives for the past thirty some years and that makes it hard to let her go. Her vibrant personality, her bubbling outlook on life, her strong Christian faith, and her wonderful smile have been such a wonderful influence on us and our family all these years.

Sharon was always such fun to talk to and be with. We tend to be selfish and we hate to give up such a loving person, but we could not want her to continue such suffering.

Our thoughts and prayers are with Neal, Becky and her family, Sharon's huge circle of friends, and her Christian family.

Until we meet again, goodbye Sharon.

Lloyd & Doris & family
By: Nancy and Charles Lewis Jun 15, 2003
We knew Sharon mostly through the eyes of our sister and brother-in-law,Carole and Bob Wilson. She was most kind and thoughtful to Carole and Bob's family during their time of need.

We send our condolences to Neal and want him to know that he is in our prayers and hearts.
By: Marthajo Gentry Jun 15, 2003
Dearest Neal, Becky and Mom,



I am sending this to you on Father's Day because I know how much this day meant to Sharon and you. I remember spending many of our "shopping adventures" looking for just the right gift! One in particular was the lambs wool seat covers for one of those fancy cars. If I recall correctly if was for the BMW or was it the Mercedes? This is just one of so very many memories of my lovely Sharon that will remain with me forever.

forever.



Sharon was the dearest of friends and the epitome of grace and class and ALWAYS did everything the right way. Her beauty ran so deep that the totality of it was her wonderful gift for us to keep forever. She was warm, loving, caring and most importantly, giving. And to top it off she was the quintessential hostess; welcoming everyone to her home with open arms and an open heart.



Most importantly, she was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, daughter and sister who was so very proud and dedicated to you. Her great legacy, Becky, is you and Kayla--you have grown into a beautiful woman just like your Mother and I know you will pass everything on to Kayla, as she did to you.



Oh how may heart is breaking,too. And, if I could I would make it better for you. I do hope you can find some comfort in knowing how much Sharon was loved and how many lives she touched during her very short stay here with us. My love and heart will always be with you.

By: Greg & Candy Goff Jun 15, 2003
We knew Sharon through Uncle Bob and Aunt Carole Wilson. When we learned of Sharon's illness, we added her to our church prayer list. Now our Vermilion church is praying with us for strength and comfort for Neal and all those who love Sharon.
By: Barb Murphy Jun 15, 2003
Shortly after moving to Houston in 1991, my doctor found a lump in my left breast and decided I should have a biopsy. Since I didn't know a soul, I called the pastor at the Presbyterian Church, who in turn gave my number and cry for help to Sharon. She called me often, invited me to church and offered words of comfort and encouragement to a lonely little "hillbilly" from West Virginia.

Though the lump in my breast mysteriously disappeared the morning of the biopsy, Sharon and Neal and Murphy and I became good friends, going to church together and then out for breakfast afterwards. When we left Texas for California, we took the love and good wishes of two very special people, who have remained in my life through Bill's death and my relocation back to Maryland. May it comfort all who love her to know that I am certain she was welcomed with open arms by my "Murphy" and our beloved "Ace." Just as she befriended us when we were strangers in Houston, I know that Murphy was there to take Sharon by the hand and show her around Heaven. Our great lost was Heaven's gain! I am so glad that God allowed me to meet on of his angels and be honored to call her and Neal "my friends." I just can't believe that she is gone from us! I am so, so sorry Neal! She asked me to comfort you and Becky and her mom. I hope that these words helped. They were truly from the heart!

Barb
By: Barb Murphy Jun 15, 2003
Shortly after moving to Houston in 1991, my doctor found a lump in my left breast and decided I should have a biopsy. Since I didn't know a soul, I called the pastor at the Presbyterian Church, who in turn gave my number and cry for help to Sharon. She called me often, invited me to church and offered words of comfort and encouragement to a lonely little "hillbilly" from West Virginia.

Though the lump in my breast mysteriously disappeared the morning of the biopsy, Sharon and Neal and Murphy and I became good friends, going to church together and then out for breakfast afterwards. When we left Texas for California, we took the love and good wishes of two very special people, who have remained in my life through Bill's death and my relocation back to Maryland. May it comfort all who love her to know that I am certain she was welcomed with open arms by my "Murphy" and our beloved "Ace." Just as she befriended us when we were strangers in Houston, I know that Murphy was there to take Sharon by the hand and show her around Heaven. Our great lost was Heaven's gain! I am so glad that God allowed me to meet one of his angels and be honored to call her and Neal "my friends." I just can't believe that she is gone from us! I am so, so sorry Neal! She asked me to comfort you and Becky and her mom. I hope that these words helped. They were truly from the heart!

Barb
By: Terrie woodward Jun 15, 2003
I just wanted to let Becky and the entire family know my heart felt condolences and that my thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time of sorrrow....terrie woodward
By: Richard Rynearson Jun 14, 2003
Sharon showed nothing but love and kindness to me and my family for so many years. I will forever miss her. I wonder why people like her leave us too soon. Perhaps more than a person, Sharon was an angel that simply returned to the place she left to be with us for a short while. I am a better person for knowing this angel.
By: Glenda Benoit Jun 14, 2003
Through the kindness of Paul Piere forwarding Sharon's heartfelt emails describing her illness and asking for prayers for not only herself but her husband, Mom and daughter, I came to know her in my thoughts and nightly prayers because I also have one daughter and know the special bond between Mother and Daughter. So, through her emails, I met Sharon and knew she was a special Mom, wife and daughter. We are sad for all of your family because you are suffering a great loss. How brave she was and we know by our own love of family and each other what she meant when asking us to pray for her loving, caring family. Glenda and Vance Benoit
By: Bruce & Jilayne Rowe & Yeiter Jun 14, 2003
What a joy to know this precious soul - it was only too short, but oh so sweet - we will forever remember her divine spirit who was an inspiration to all she met - we love you and will forever miss you...Bruce & Jilayne
By: JoAnne Corcoran Jun 14, 2003
My dear friend I shall miss our talks and moments that we shared which were all to short. Your were healed just not the way we wanted.
By: Betty Ibrahim Jun 14, 2003
I hadn't known Sharon very long but she always made me feel like I had. I will always remember the last time we were together and how she was such a good listener and made you feel like you were always welcomed, her daughter has followed in her footsteps. I will always be there for Becky&Kenny& their precious daughter as long as they need me! She will be truly missed by all who knew her & loved her!
By: Matthew Osborne Jun 14, 2003
Sharon was a great friend. When I was sick and going through hard times she helped me through it, I was glad I could be there for her too. Most of all, she was a great Christian and was a walking example of Christ to us all. Now she can play golf all the time on the best golf course of them all, cloud 9 (at least that's what I would call it!).
By: Ava Roby Jun 14, 2003
I will miss Sharon so much. She was so hospitable when Ben and I came to visit a few years ago. We had so much fun talking and laughing and telling stories in the hottub. We really seemed to hit it off and I remember how comfortable I felt around her even though I really didn't know her except from meeting her at Ben's family gathering's. She took us all around Houston and showed us the sites. My first time in Texas. She was just here early spring and I talked her into letting me give her, Kathy and Kathy's mom a MaryKay facial. We had so much fun. I never thought for a minute that it would be my last time to laugh and talk to her. Sharon loves penquins and I had a gift I was planning on giving her our next visit. When ever I see a penqin I will always think immediately of Sharon because thats what I've done ever since I found out she liked them. I don't know anyone quite like her. What a lovely, fun, spiritual lady. I'll be looking forward to the day I will see her again.
By: Dennis and Barbara McMullen Jun 14, 2003
Sharon will always be remembered by the McMullen's. They lived near us for about a year and one half. We went to many church functions together. Sharon gave me a special name of "Duffy." I don't know how she came up with it but all phone calls always proceeded with where is Duffy. I will remember that. Sharon and Neal visited with us last year in their 5th Wheel. We had that in common. We both have one. But both Barb and I remember her so much for her outgoing friendly way and that always welcome sign that proceeded her. We will miss her always.
By: Joan and Bill Zielenbach Jun 13, 2003
They are rare and special people who always give and give; to them it's nothing special, it's just how they choose to live. They never are too busy, no matter what the task;they seem to think of everything before you even ask. These people are quite special, they're rare and kind and few; Sharon was one of them and for this we were truly blessed to be a part of Sharon's life. Sharon will be in our hearts forever.

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