OBITUARY

Sharon A Galer

May 8, 1935April 3, 2021

Born in Buffalo, NY, to Marion and Hugh Alexander on May 8th, 1935, becoming one of “The Greatest Generation” and died April 3, 2021. Sharon was preceded in death by her husband, Brigadier General Robert E. Galer and sister Judy Tieman. She is survived by her sisters, Barbara Thomas and Lynn Jones, son Chuck Keller and his wife Teri, daughter Chris Brooks and her husband Gary, four grandchildren Hank Keller, Katie Brooks, Robert Brooks, Clint and wife Natalie Keller, and great-grandson Henry Keller.

Sharon was a proud gradate of Woodrow Wilson High School in Dallas, attended THE University of Texas and graduated from Dallas Baptist College. She had a successful career in residential real estate focusing on high rise condominium sales, where she met Bob. She was a founding board member of The Turtle Creek Association and The Lee Park & Arlington Hall Conservancy

She loved her family, her friends “the party girls” and loved to travel whether on a cruise ship, Disney World with the family or trips to Hawaii and Palm Springs.

Always the elegant hostess, she loved entertaining at holidays or just for fun.

She is already missed by many and plans to celebrate her life will be held at Church of the Incarnation on April 15th at 10:00 and afterwards in the Turtle Room at 3525 Turtle Creek.

If you wish, please make a donation in her honor to the Church of the Incarnation, The Turtle Creek Association or a charity of your choice.

Services

No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.

Memories

Sharon A Galer

have a memory or condolence to add?

ADD A MEMORY
Andy Smith

April 12, 2021

Sharon was a wonderful neighbor and friend. She made our 3525 parties a lot of fun and did so much to improve the beauty of our landscaping. She will be greatly missed.

Jody Van Amburgh

April 9, 2021

Sharon has been my most cherished dear friend and compatriot over many wonderful years. I shall miss her tremendously. Jody

russell glenn

April 7, 2021

Sharon was a great person, women, mother, grandmother and friend. I will always remember her, and cherish our friendship forever. RMG

Christianne Papazian

April 7, 2021

Sharon made such an impact on all of us at 3525. She headed up the social committee, transforming it from pot-luck events to galas with live music. She then headed up the landscape committee, keeping our acreage lush with colorful flowering shrubs and shaded by groomed trees. She was a Board member for several years, working to maintain the legacy of 3525. She was a leader, and we will all miss her vitality, passion and smiles! My sincere condolences to her family. May these fond memories of her always keep her in our hearts.

Barbara Williams

April 7, 2021

Sharon was the first person to welcome Bill and me. She helped smooth our transition to condo living. She was a caring neighbor who went out of her way to help out. We will miss her and her beautiful smile.
My condolences to Sharon’s family.
Barbara Williams

Paul von Wupperfeld

April 6, 2021

Sharon touched my life over five decades ago when she was my grandparents' realtor at Park Towers. I came to understand why they chose to work with her: Sharon was smarty, funny, kind and full of life. There was an elegance about her yet she never seemed to take herself too seriously. Sharon was one of my favorite people at 3525 and so many of us will miss her greatly.
My sincere condolences to her family and other friends. Sharon touched many of our lives and we are better for knowing her.

Carolyn Atkins

April 5, 2021

Sharon was one of the first persons to greet my husband Jim and I when we moved into the 3525 Condominiums. She introduced us to "Condo Living". She was always available if one had a question or concern. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family.

Allene Moore

April 5, 2021

To the family of Miss Sharon Gaylor I would like to offer my condolences to the family my heart is heavy because she wasn't only my employer she was my friend and we had many many Good times just talking when I first get to work our friendship became more as a family to each other I would miss her as you are well but I hope you all remember all the good times that you all share it with her and my last request is if it's possible that I could come to her mom I would appreciate that so much.
She is someone that I cross path with in his lifetime that I would never forget thank you


FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY