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Sunny Lane Funeral Home & Cemetery

4000 Se 29th Street, Del City, OK

OBITUARY

Sharon Kay Hollon

28 June, 194718 June, 2020

Sharon Kay Hollon was born on June 28, 1947 in Seminole, Oklahoma to Johnnie and Velma Hollon. She graduated from Crooked Oak High School. Sharon retired from Tinker Air Force Base where she was a Supply Specialist. She was an avid OU and Thunder fan and was a member of Howard Memorial Baptist Church in Del City. Sharon is survived by her sister in law, Linda Hollon, nephews, Gary Hollon and Clinton Hollon, as well as a niece, Kimberly Harmon. Services are under the care of Sunny Lane Funeral Home.

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, 24 June , 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, 25 June , 2020

Memories

Sharon Kay Hollon

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Olga Pruett

24 June 2020

Sharon my precious friend. You went away too soon. During the COVID-19 we were not able to meet, but I know that we will meet again when we are with Jesus. I loved you dear friend and it was fun to fellowship after the services. We knew your heartaches and hopes. We knew how important family was to you and how disappointed you were when you didn’t hear from them. We shared your sorrows when your brother passed away. And your joy when you got to see your family. You loved your sweet niece a lot and I know she will miss you. Lisa, thank you for taking such good care of her as a good neighbor and best friend. God bless you for that. Goodbye for now dear friend. Rest In Peace in the Arms of Jesus. Love Olga Pruett

JoAnn Mattocks

23 June 2020

I am so sorry to hear of my friend’s passing away!
I loved you a lot, Sharon, and I will miss you!!
JoAnn Mattocks

Amanda Moreland

22 June 2020

My dear aunt sharon you always smiled like everything was ok. You always checked on me to see how I was doing . I sure am going to miss talking to you and spending time with you. Love you sweet angel

Sam Marvin

22 June 2020

Sharon was a blessing to our church, Howard Memorial Baptist in Del City, OK, because she did more than attend services. She did her best to serve the LORD in any way she could. She stepped up to be a money counter, check signer, and Vacation Bible School helper in the Crafts class for the past several years. Sharon was a faithful member of the Adult Sunday School Class and enjoyed her friendships and the fellowship with the other ladies every Sunday. We will miss her every time we meet! Sam, Sue, and Samantha Marvin

Karon Domek

22 June 2020

I have so many beautiful memories with Sharon, over the years Sharon became more than a friend or neighbor we became family to each other and I am so very blessed to have had her in my life! I loved her so!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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