Sharon Kay Danne
June 28, 1948 – July 4, 2019
Sharon Kay Danne, age 71, born on June 28, 1948 and went to be with Jesus on July 4th, 2019.
Sharon was preceded in death by her mother, Edith Bennett and her Dad, Clarence Floyd. Sharon's children are Lisa (Pokluda) and husband Carlos Salazar of Austin, Texas; Scott Pokluda of Meyersville, Texas; and Heath Danne of Georgetown, Texas. She also had a grandchild, Aubrey.
Sharon owned a consignment shop named "On The Other Hand" in New Orleans, Louisiana. She was retired and settled in Georgetown, Texas. Sharon was a hard working woman and loved working in her shop, enjoyed reading books and visiting with friends on the telephone.
Visitation is at 2:00 pm on Wednesday, July 10th 2019 with a service to begin at 3:00 pm. Both will be held at Cook-Walden Davis Funeral Home, 2900 Williams Drive, Georgetown, Texas 78628.
- Sharon was preceded in death by her mother, Edith Bennett and her Dad, Clarence Floyd. Sharon's children are Lisa (Pokluda) and husband Carlos Salazar of Austin, Texas; Scott Pokluda of Meyersville, Texas; and Heath Danne of Georgetown, Texas. She also had a grandchild, Aubrey.
- Visitation Wednesday, July 10, 2019
- Funeral Service Wednesday, July 10, 2019
Sharon Kay Danne
July 8, 2019
My memories of Kay are from On The Other Hand in New Orleans on Hampson St and later Oak St in the Riverbend area. As a customer, consignor, and employee (during school breaks) I can say there was no other consignment shop like it, and it was because of the indomitable spirit and passion of Kay Danne. People came not only to shop but to laugh and cry and sing and dance and pray. Kay had a way of making everyone feel special. She was generous with praise and fairness. She was known to let shoppers postdate checks for several months ahead if they very much loved something. She served food. She listened to others' trials and tribulations, though she had many of her own. Most people loved being at the shop and they loved her attention. Tourists considered it an adventure to experience On The Other Hand. Some locals considered it a second home. We all would come and stay for hours and sometimes all day.
There was no place like OTOH and no one like Kay-so special and so life-affirming (with a wicked sense of humor by the way). None of these words really do her justice. Rest in Peace, dear friend. Amen. Hallelujah!