Sharon Faye Means

November 27, 1954April 9, 2018

Sharon Faye (Tackett) Means, age 63, of Sachse, Texas passed away on Monday April 9, 2018.

Sharon was born on November 27, 1954 in Waco, TX to James and Laura Tackett. She attended school in Arlington until going to Tarrant County College. When she was not spending her time decorating her home, you could find her traveling because she loved to see the scenic views and locations.

Sharon Means is survived by her loving husband Samuel Lytton, daughter Carolyn Brianna Roberts, Grandchildren Colby Caine and Carley Janee’ Means, and Corbin and Caley Roberts, and her mother Laura Faye (Miller) Tackett.

A visitation for Sharon will be held Friday, April 13, 2018 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Moore Funeral Home, 1219 North Davis Drive, Arlington, Texas. A funeral service will occur Saturday, April 14, 2018 at 10:00 AM, at Moore Funeral Home. An interment will occur at Moore Memorial Gardens, 1219 N Davis Dr, Arlington, Texas.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Means family.


  • Visitation Friday, April 13, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, April 14, 2018

Sharon Faye Means

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Heather Rivera

April 13, 2018

Sharon meant the world to me and many others. I was told by someone a long time ago that I reminded them of Sharon long before I had the pleasure of meeting her. When I finally had the opportunity to work side by side with her I realized what an honor and compliment it was to be compared to such a wonderful kind hearted person. Sharon will be missed by many but those we love are never really lost to us for everywhere her special love lives on. Prayers for her family and friends

Linda Jenkins

April 13, 2018

I knew Sharon for many years. Although we only met face to face once, we bonded and enjoyed working together. When we talked (at least once or twice a month) it was evident that she was a diligent worker. She was always working - always running around taking care of business - and she loved them grandbabies so much! She often said to me that her babies, grandbabies , her husband and her mom was what she lived for in this life..
She was an energetic wonderful lady , I will miss her dearly.

Dianna Levesque

April 12, 2018

Sharon was loved by all that crossed her path. The most positive and energetic person I’ve known. It was an honor and privilege to work with you and call you my friend. You were the “Sunshine” in our day... Our Thoughts and Prayers are with the family.

Deborah Gilland

April 11, 2018

Sharon , It was an honor and privilege to work with you. You were always so positive even on the toughest days and your voice was so comforting. A smart and spunky lady! Dynamite comes in small packages and what an amazing package you were!!! You will be so missed!! I love you sweet lady!! Until we meet again.

Donna Hill

April 11, 2018

My prayers go out to the Mean's family. You are in our prayers Sharon was a true Angel here on Earth. The short time that I knew Sharon she was always sweet and very kind she will be missed.

Sandra Price

April 11, 2018

I meet Sharon about six years ago when I started at ASMC and she was my supervisor,at the time I thought I am in trouble cause this woman is an energized bunny and is working circles around me. Through the years I learned so much from this amazing woman. Not only was she my supervisor she was my friend. I could call her and she always knew when something was wrong and she would talk me through whatever issues I might be having.I will miss her bright smile that would lite up a room when she entered. Sharon you go rest now, you deserve it.

Marline Pool

April 11, 2018

Dear Dear Sharon,

I will never forget when I first came to work for ASC and found out that I had to basically do the management position. I was so scared, but thankfully you, Debbie and Diane were there for me. You were always there for me , with a smile on your face. I want to thank you and say I love you and I will greatly miss you.
I know that you will watch us from Heaven. Sleep well my sweet friend.

Marline & Jerry Pool

Dyanne Moore

April 11, 2018

I met sharon when I first moved into the Pines in 2010. She was a sweet lady who always had a smile on her face and sweet words to say. I will miss you.


Terrie Bass

April 11, 2018

Sharon will be terribly missed. She was loved by all of us and she will be cherished in our memories forever. Our condolences.

Beth Noblitt

April 11, 2018

I remember Sharon as a very sweet and patient instructor when I first came to work for The Vineyards. She was tiny and tough, but also a remarkable person who always seemed to be smiling.
I send condolences to her family and know it will be a long road, but one that was surely worth traveling with her.