OBITUARY

Sharon Kay Moore

19 July , 196020 June , 2019
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Sharon K. Moore, 58 of Norman, OK passed away at 8:03 am on Thursday, June 20, 2019 and is now resting in the arms of our Lord. Sharon was born on July 19, 1960 to Versa and Wayne Lowe. She met a handsome young man by the name of Eddie Moore while she worked at Sonic in high school. They fell in love and married on September 19, 1978. They had three beautiful children, Amanda, Johnathon and Natasha. Sharon kept busy with three kids and working as a CNA most of her career. She had a laugh that was contagious, you always knew when she was around. Sharon accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior and was baptized on April 28, 2019. Sharon is preceded in death by her husband Eddie Moore; parents, Versa and Wayne Lowe; daughter, Natasha Moore; nephew, Jeremy Browning and two brother-in-laws, Larry Coats and Bill Browning. Left behind to Cherish the memories of Sharon are her children, Johnathon Moore of Norman, Amanda Rowell and husband JJ and their children, Donavan and Paisley Rowell of Norman; grandchildren, Kadyn, Gabriel and Nathaniel Michaud of Gillette Wyoming; sister, Linda Coats of Norman; nephews, J.R. and Lance Coats of Norman, Layne Coats of Enid. Sharon was loved by many and she will forever be missed. Funeral Services to celebrate the life of Sharon will be held Tuesday, June 25th at 2:00 pm at the Alameda Baptist Church with Pastor Tristan Martin Officiating. Interment will follow to Hillside Cemetery in Purcell, OK with Mike Browning, Ricky Parker, Hunter Ryan, Brett Thomas, Daniel Harrewyn and Lance Coats serving as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers will be JJ Rowell and Donavan Rowell. Family will receive friends at the Funeral Home on Monday, June 24th from 6-8 pm.

  • FAMILY

  • Eddie Moore, Husband (deceased)
  • Johnathon Moore, Son
  • Amanda Rowell, Daughter
  • Natasha Moore, Daughter (deceased)
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Mike Browning, Pallbearer
  • Ricky Parker, Pallbearer
  • Hunter Ryan, Pallbearer
  • Brett Thomas, Pallbearer
  • Daniel Harrewyn, Pallbearer
  • Lance Coats, Pallbearer
  • JJ Rowell, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Donavan Rowell, Honorary Pallbearer

Services

  • Visitation Monday, 24 June , 2019
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, 25 June , 2019
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, 25 June , 2019

Memories

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Sandy Roberts

24 July 2019

I will always remember you as a hard worker and one of the absolute best CNA's I have ever worked with. Working with you at Norman made the job more pleasant and I never felt like not going to work because you always made me laugh. Especially the time you came running out of that room of the patient you thought was a midget but wasn't. You're in the Lords arms now and we will see each other again some day. ...............................Sandy

Tammy Maus

26 June 2019

Amanda, I am so very sorry to hear the news of your Mom's passing. Losing your mom is something that changes us forever. It is bittersweet knowing that you now have an angel watching over you and your family. I can see her love shining through the sparkle in your eyes. She will live forever in your memories until you are joined again in Heaven. Earth holds no sorrows that Heaven cannot heal. Sending you love and prayers from our family to yours.

Bonny Kizzia

25 June 2019

I knew Sharon for what seems like most of my life. Amanda & I became friends when we were young kids & spent every day we could together. She was always laughing! She was a kind & loving person. She always treated me like one of her kids. Her life was her kids & her love for them was amazing to see! I have so many fun memories of her that I will cherish. She will be greatly missed! Love you all & my prayers are with you!
-Bonny

Ricky parker

24 June 2019

I had only met sharon a couple times when I was told that she wanted to find time to meet with me because she had questions about Jesus. We tried serval times to meet up but between the two of us one always seemed to be busy. We finally were able to connect one afternoon and met at the church. I was honored that I was the one that she had asked to speak with. We sat and talked about Redemption through Jesus christ and what it meant to be saved by him. I was able to tell her that no matter what she had done, thought, seen, said or been through Jesus still loved her and wanted a relationship with her. I explained to her how man had sinned and fallen away but God sent his son to die in the cross to purchase a place for heaven us and cleanse us of all sin. Sharon sat and listen to the gospel story with tears in her eyes. She told me that she had excepted Christ when she was younger but it had been awhile since she had regularly been in church. When we were done she said wanted to dedicated he life to christ come back to church. I was so fortunate to he used by God in the decision and a couple weeks later got to watch my pastor baptize her into the family of God with the whole church family. I still have that video saved on my computer. What a wonderful way to remember a wonderful women, grandmother, mother and friend.

Amanda Rowell

22 June 2019

You were the best mom a girl could ever have. You were always there and never once did you ever leave my side. I could count on you to always be there. We have been through the happiest and saddest times of our lives together. We always pulled through. I miss you so much. This is the hardest thing I have ever had to do in my entire life. I pray you know how much I love you. Life will never be the same it is forever changed. I am going to cherish the precious memories forever. I love you mom!! Fly high my beautiful angel.

Casey Day

22 June 2019

I grew up with Sharon and her family when I was very young. My sister Bonny and I were basically like her kids. We would have slumber parties and birthday parties throughout my life. I will never forget my time spent with Sharon and just her sweet smile, kindness and accepting people for who they are. She always made you feel loved and welcomed. There are days I think of all the good times I shared with her and her family growing up. Thanks for all the wonderful memories and time spent together. Love Casey Day.

Kimberley Davenport

22 June 2019

It was such a joy a few months ago when your Mom became a believer and was baptized at church. She was such a pleasant person and was loved by everyone.

I was all serious when I saw her last and prayed with your family and then first thing after we prayed, she said, "I want a Coke." I thought it was very cute of her and truthful too.

I know she is with the Lord now and may that knowledge bring you all comfort. We love you with the love of the Lord. Very Truly Yours, Jeff, Kim and Jason Davenport

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Biography

Sharon K. Moore, 58 of Norman, OK passed away at 8:03 am on Thursday, June 20, 2019 and is now resting in the arms of our Lord. Sharon was born on July 19, 1960 to Versa and Wayne Lowe. She met a handsome young man by the name of Eddie Moore while she worked at Sonic in high school. They fell in love and married on September 19, 1978. They had three beautiful children, Amanda, Johnathon and Natasha. Sharon kept busy with three kids and working as a CNA most of her career. She had a laugh that was contagious, you always knew when she was around. Sharon accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior and was baptized on April 28, 2019.
Sharon is preceded in death by her husband Eddie Moore; parents, Versa and Wayne Lowe; daughter, Natasha Moore; nephew, Jeremy Browning and two brother-in-laws, Larry Coats and Bill Browning.
Left behind to Cherish the memories of Sharon are her children, Johnathon Moore of Norman, Amanda Rowell and husband JJ and their children, Donavan and Paisley Rowell of Norman; grandchildren, Kadyn, Gabriel and Nathaniel Michaud of Gillette Wyoming; sister, Linda Coats of Norman; nephews, J.R. and Lance Coats of Norman, Layne Coats of Enid.
Sharon was loved by many and she will forever be missed.