Sharon Louise Parker

October 22, 1957July 14, 2021
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Sharon Louise Parker, 63, of Cove, Texas, passed away July 14, 2021, after a valiant second battle with cancer. She was born in Beaumont, Texas on October 22, 1957, to Cecil William and Juanita Sharon Parker. She was happily divorced for many years.

Upon graduation from Barbers Hill High School in 1976, she married Dennis Leroy Andrews and started a family. After her divorce, she began her 30+-year career in the Petrochemical industry. Starting as a mail clerk at Mobay, she left the industry as a supervisor for Lyondell Basell and ventured out on her own to create three successful companies.

Sharon was an avid volunteer and a pillar of the community. Having served as alderwoman for the city of Cove for 25 years.

She is preceded in death by her father, Cecil William Parker and her son-in-law, David Brian Wilson.

She leaves behind a son, Eric Andrews, his wife Eveline Andrews; their children Adam Andrews, Allison Andrews, and Audrie Andrews; her daughter Jennifer Andrews Wilson and her children, Madeline Wilson, and David Austin Wilson. Her mother, Juanita Sharon Parker, her sisters Billie McCutchen, Tammie Parker, her brother Cecil Parker Jr., as well as several nieces and nephews.

Serving as Pallbearers will be Christian Kendall, Kevin Sanders, John Harmon, Patrick Harmon, Gene Brown, and Zane Brown. Honorary Pallbearers will be, David Austin Wilson, Adam Andrews, Cole Harmon, Levi Harmon, Asa Harmon, Jude Savoy and Chuck Brady.

Her celebration of life will be held Saturday July 24, 2021, at Navarre Funeral Home, 2444 Rollingbrook Dr., Baytown, Texas 77521. Visitation will be from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., followed by a service from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. with a graveside service to follow.


  • Christian Kendall
  • Kevin Sanders
  • John Harmon
  • Patrick Harmon
  • Gene Brown
  • Zane Brown
  • Honorary Pallbearers
  • David Austin Wilson
  • Adam Andrews
  • Cole Harmon
  • Levi Harmon
  • Asa Harmon
  • Jude Savoy
  • Chuck Brady



  • Visitation

    Saturday, July 24, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, July 24, 2021


  • Committal Service


Sharon Louise Parker

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Linda Andrews

July 27, 2021

"Every moment I spent on Earth with my best friend is now a memory I can cherish over and over again."

"Saying hello to you was easy... saying goodbye will take forever."

See ya on the other side, girlfriend...
Linda "Agnes" Andrews

Diane Andrews-Bruchwalski

July 24, 2021

Mrs Parker, to my nephew Eric and family, and my niece Jennifer and family. My deepest sympathy to all of you. I am deeply saddened when a former classmate of Sharon had informed me of her passing. She was so loved by me and members of the Andrews family. She was always my sister in law even after she was divorced from brother. Our hearts are feeling heavy during your time of sorrow. Rest In Peace Sharon. We love you and will always miss you.
Diane Andrews-Bruchwalski and Karlheinz Bruchwalski
Flensburg Germany


July 23, 2021

Amazing tribute! She lived a good life, she told me so. And as I watched this tribute my heart was full of love for her! I hate we didn't re-connect sooner! Definitely my loss. Eric and Jenn, I love you! Never doubt that. And your Mom and I loved each other, too! She was one of my favs!! She will be missed.......

Kendon and Genie Clark

July 19, 2021

You guys are in our thoughts and prayers. It's not easy to lose a loved one whether they be daughter, mother or friend, but we know, with God's help, you'll get through this tough time. Sharon was a fine lady who made her mark on this world in a very positive way. She shared her time with her family, friends and community and will always be remembered. May God bless you all.

Ouida White

July 17, 2021

My cousin, my best friend and my Go To Girl. So many memories flood my mind. Catching Lightning Bugs and you poking a hole in your hand while our parents sat inside playing Rook , the rattling of bottles that hung on the wall as we walked across the living room in your Mama’s home, giving me my first pair of fishnet stocking for my birthday in the late 60’s, you coming to stay with me in the summer after we moved to Tarkington, Assembly of God Vacation Bible school and our oh so short scooter skirts ( I don’t remember if they allowed us back or not) to marrying, having our children and the list goes on and on. And our Hill Girl trips through the years. What fun we had. . . There was nothing I could not tell you. So many memories were made. My heart is broken but I rest assured in Gods Word that I will see you again. Love you Sister 😘

Jane Mamich

July 17, 2021

Such an amazing and wonderful lady, she will be very missed. She was a fighter and always an inspiration to me. Love and prayers to the family.

Claudette Palmer

July 16, 2021

I always enjoyed laughing & talking with Sharon. She will be missed. May God bless her sweet family.


July 16, 2021


Evelyn Arnold

July 16, 2021

I only knew Ms. Sharon a short time but it was an honor to have that time.
Rest in Gods arms sweet Lady!

ray gonzalez

July 16, 2021

Jennifer I am so sorry for your loss. I know no words can ever make up for such a loss but know you are loved and not alone.