OBITUARY

Sharon Sue Truelove

August 24, 1936April 30, 2019

Sharon Truelove On April 30, 2019, Sharon Sue Burt Truelove was released from the bondage of her failing body to go meet with her Lord and Savior. The former Lake Colorado City resident had spent the last few years at Redstone Park in Brownwood where she had received excellent care. Sharon was born in Big Spring, Texas on August 24, 1936. She was raised almost entirely in Midland and graduated from Midland High School in 1954. She married Dan Truelove on May 5, 1956. She and Dan lived in several cities in west Texas while Dan coached and Sharon taught in public school districts. They built a home and settled for good at Lake Colorado City in 1977. Sharon was an active and charter member of the Primitive Baptist Church in Colorado City and she and Dan thoroughly enjoyed hosting elders and deacons countless times during association meetings throughout the years. Sharon was preceded in death by her parents, G.W. and Sudye Burt, and her husband Dan Morris Truelove. She is survived by her sons Daniel Emmit Truelove, and Tony Lee Truelove, her daughter-in-law Bobbie Lou Truelove, her granddaughter Tori Nicole Truelove-Butler, her grandsons Matthew Dan Truelove, Logan Emmit Truelove, Jacob Allen Truelove, Jordan Lee Truelove and Joshua Lane Truelove, her two great-grandchildren Hudson Lane Truelove and Tatum Nicole Truelove and step-great grandson Zachary Ryan Blackstock. Grandsons and nephews will be the pallbearers. Visitation will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Sunday May 5, at Kiker-Seale Funeral Home located at 338 Locust Street in Colorado City, Texas. The funeral service will be held Monday, May 6, at 10 a.m. at Kiker-Seale Funeral Home with internment following at Westbrook Cemetery.

1 John 4:19: "We love because he first loved us.

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, May 5, 2019
  • Burial Monday, May 6, 2019

Memories

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Peggy Bryant

May 6, 2019

Tony and Bobbi
I am so sorry for your loss. Sending prayers for peace and comfort in the days ahead.
Miss you both
Peggy

Angela Riley

May 6, 2019

Sharon was my 6th grade teacher. I thought the world of her. She was kind but at the same time, she was a great teacher. Dan did my taxes for many years. My heart felt condolences go out to their family. They will always be in my prayers.

Laurie Creech

May 5, 2019

So sad to hear this She did my taxes for years when i lived in Colorado City such a sweet lady. Praying for the family She will be greatly missed

Cindy Golden

May 5, 2019

I went to high school with Tony. I remember his Mom as a very caring person.
Thoughts and prayers to the Truelove family.

Jed Miesner

May 3, 2019

My memories go back to mid 1970’s when coach Truelove “Dan” and Mrs Truelove “Sharon “ where teaching and coaching in Spearman. They both where a big part of my life helping our family in a real time of need do to my mother’s medical condition. They loved me like one of there own kids. Sharon loved playing golf and baking cookies. She has a special part in many many kids lives. She ran her race well and finished with a great family to continue the family legacy.
God Bless the Truelove’s

Michael Hackfeld

May 3, 2019

I remember Sister Sharon fondly. Sharon and my Mother were friends for many years. I remember Sharon and Dan at many church meetings and the many times I was blessed to attend services at the church in Colorado City.

Barb Paryzek

May 2, 2019

I remember my Aunt Sharon's laugh, her sweet red lipped smile, her happiness, and her beauty. I remember her love, her honesty, her hugs and kisses. I remember the way she would point to each word in our hymnals as we sang, because I hadn't yet fully learned to read or follow the notes. She would run her fingers through my hair during preaching, because I was young and it calmed me. Sharon Truelove taught me who I wanted to be when I grew up, and I love her dearly.

Sandy Sheets

May 1, 2019

Many memories of teaching with Dan and Sharon at Westbrook ISD.
You are in my prayers.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY