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Anderson-Clayton-Gonzalez Funeral Home

1111 Military Pkwy, Mesquite, TX

OBITUARY

Sharon Garcia

11 October, 196928 June, 2020
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Sharon Garcia passed from this life the morning of June 28th with her loving husband by her side. In her last days she was surrounded by her loving family. She was one of a kind, a fun spirited soul, she was fierce and one you would always want in your corner. She loved with her whole heart and brightened every life she touched and she will forever be remembered and memories shared will be cherished.

Sharon was born in Dallas, Texas to William and Mary Moore on October 11, 1969. She is predeceased by her father William and brother Kevin Moore. She is survived by mother Mary, siblings Bill Moore and Wendie Chavarria. Sharon grew up in Dallas Texas where she met her childhood sweetheart Gilbert Garcia whom she married on April 15, 2016.

Sharon is lovingly remembered by her children Ashley Soto, Lauren Thornton, Gilbert Thornton, and stepson Anthony Garcia as well as her son in-laws Aron Soto and Alika Cruz. She left behind two grandchildren Kierstin and Jacob Soto who she loved more than anything in this world.

She worked at National Life Group for over 18 years where she created so many memories with coworkers and she created everlasting memories with her second family.

Sharon loved country music, attending concerts, watching her grandchildren play sports, celebrating holidays with family, beach vacations, being extravagant, loved to laugh, scary movies, the Walking Dead, Rangers baseball, crafting, showering her loved ones with gifts, decorating for every holiday, spending time with her family and creating memories with everyone she loved.

She will be missed greatly!

The Family will receive friends from 1-5 PM on Friday July 3, 2020 at Anderson-Clayton-Gonzalez Funeral Home Chapel.

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, 3 July , 2020

Memories

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Kelly Martinez

7 July 2020

My heart is breaking, I didn't get to see touch or talk to u, i have so much to say to u, I feel so bad, sad, hurt., I just want to see u one more time❤❤I am lost and noone understands,u were like my mom and now ur gone.

Malinda Tucker

3 July 2020

I remember Sharon as the cutest red headed baby that my sister Mary had. Sharon and her brother Bill made a cute pair of kids of Mary's. She will be missed by all that knew her.

Priscilla Garcia

2 July 2020

Sharon and I go back along way. She helped me and I helped her. I knew the day we met we would be friends forever. She was like my sister from another mother. I have so many good memories with her from working, partying and watching our families grow. I'm really going to miss her alot. But I know she isn't suffering anymore and is in a better place. It's not good bye my friend / sister in law it's til we meet again. RIP

Marisa Cotten

2 July 2020

My condolences to the family. Praying for all of you, take care of one another and love as she has always taught and shown you'll.
Sharon was always a fun person to be around and smiling all the time. She will be greatly missed.

Krlly Martinez

2 July 2020

She was my best friend, my hero, my mentor, growing up I wanted to be. She was more than my cousin. Sharon you have taken a big piece of my ❤ with, see you .

Michelle Henson

1 July 2020

Department Halloween! She always had the best costume!!

Michelle Henson

1 July 2020

Halloween at work

Shea Burke

30 June 2020

Lauren,
I am so very sorry for your loss. Praying for you and your family! Love you!

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One of the many country concerts we went too.

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Spending some quality time with Kimo

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Spending the day at the State Fair of Texas. Ran into Ricky and Kimo.

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One of Sharon's Halloween costume. Halloween was her favorite day.

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Sharon is always up for some family time.

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Christmas decoration competition at her job

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Trying to stay away from the Easter eggs!

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It was always a tradition for years to meet up with some of her retired coworkers.

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