OBITUARY

Sharon Elaine Morgan

June 11, 1949September 25, 2020
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Sharon Elaine Morgan 6/11/1949 – 9/25/2020

Sharon Elaine Morgan, age 71 of Kingwood, Texas, passed away Friday September 25th, 2020.

Sharon was born on June 11th, 1949 in Houston Texas. She retired in 2017 from Insperity in Kingwood, Texas.

She is survived by daughter, Beth Hartman of Kingwood Texas, son, Marc Byars of Yoakum, Texas, sister, Sandy Crenshaw of Kingwood, TX, and grandchildren JD, Macy, Catherine Grace, Clare, Kaitlen, Bryce, & Hallie as well as several nieces and nephews and many, many friends.

Preceded in death by husband, Bud Morgan, parents, Robert and Thelma Johnson, and brother, Jeffery Johnson.

Services

  • Celebration of Life

    Monday, October 5, 2020

Memories

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Wendy Klingele

October 9, 2020

I have and will forever remember Sharon for her spunk, and generosity. Her love had no boundaries or conditions. What a gift I was given to call her family. May peace and love fill your heart, evermore.

Shelia Hickman

October 9, 2020

I was very saddened to hear that Sharon had passed. My deepest condolences to her family. I worked with her at Administaff/Insperity for many years. She was such a sweet and funny person. I don't recall ever seeing her without a big smile. There was no problem she could not conquer. She was a very special person and I am so thankful that I was able to know her on this side of Heaven. <3

Kathy Griggs

October 5, 2020

So sad to see this - my condolences to the family. I met Sharon in 1976 when I went to work at Bob Robertson Chevrolet. She was a single mom back then raising 2 children. She was amazing - a good friend and a great mother. I remember her counting down the hours until she could get home to her kids. Rest In Peace Sharon.

Tracy Robinson

October 3, 2020

My dear sweet cousin, I just remember when y’all would come visit us in San Francisco you and sandy couldn’t wait to get that French bread !!!!! And go to fisherman’s wharf!!!! You were soooo funny the 3 of you together (aunt Thelma and sandy) non stop laughing !!!! Loved all the stories!!!! I know your up there now making everyone laugh!!!! You will be truly missed I love Cuz!!!!!

Tracy

Tina Fetner

October 3, 2020

Among my fondest memories of childhood are visits from Cousins Sharon and Sandy and Aunt Thelma. Warm, loving, and kind, my Texas family may have lived far away but are always in my heart. I am sending love to everyone who was lucky enough to have Sharon in their lives.

John Hartman

October 2, 2020

Sharon, Grandma, one of the “hens” was a wonderful woman, wife, mother and Grandma. She worked hard, she LOVED her family and would do anything for them. I have only great memories of being apart of her life and she made mine better for all the years I knew her. She really was a special lady and I’m glad she was in my life and more importantly our kids. You’ve gone too soon Sharon but you certainly didn’t do anything but love and make people smile!
I/we will all miss you and hold on to your sweet, compassionate spirit.

Kaitlen Byars

October 1, 2020

I will miss you. I’m thankful for the memories I have with you, from me staying with you pretty much my whole summer when I was younger. Going to get manis/pedis, shopping at Claire’s, going to James Avery, you making fun of me for eating chocolate cereal, drinking coffee with you, so many wonderful memories.
Please give Pawpaw Bud and Grandmother a hug/kiss for me. Rest In Peace, I’ll see you soon. I love you, Grandma.
-your Katie who will “always be five.”

Rachel Johnson

October 1, 2020

You will be missed dearly. You were funny, opinionated, devoted, fierce, and loyal. Plus you put up with me as a bratty kid. It still doesn’t feel real. Thanks for being there for me and loving me when I lost my dad. Tell grandma hi for me. I Love you.

Hallie Byars

October 1, 2020

Gonna miss you on Thanksgiving and Christmas Grandma. You had a way of putting smiles on everyone’s faces and cracking good jokes. I pray your having a great time up in Heaven. Will forever miss and think about you. We love you.

Sandy Crenshaw

October 1, 2020

I’m going to miss you sister. We were going to travel and do lots of fun things together. I’m sorry you left so soon. Hope your enjoying your time with Mama, Daddy ,Jeff, your sweet Bub and my sweet James. You’ll be missed here , RIP Sissy 😘 I LOVE YOU!!!

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Biography

We have come together today to celebrate a life
To remember a Mother, Grandmother, Sister, Aunt, Friend, a Wife
She, to each of us someone different, someone quite unique
As we share stories today, who she was to you, you will surely speak
Her engaging smile, helpful nature and laugh contagious
Themes common but finer details will prove more outrageous
The more we share, a deeper connection we will discover
None of us really surprised at the exploits uncovered
I would like to share with you a few brief moments in time
Some belong to others, some of them mine
Something new I recently learned, the bull at Gilley’s she did ride
While holding on, did she imagine Travolta by her side
Deborah Winger she may not have been
But I would love to have seen it way back then
Men through the years may her head have turned
But unabashedly, for Alan Jackson and Tom Selleck, she continued to yearn
Chocolate covered pecans and thin dark fudge
She was happy to make both with the slightest of nudge
The last remembrance I intend to share
Is one I will always remember because I was there
Tooling along just my Aunt and me, radio blasting
“Light My Fire” by the Doors a memory everlasting
A barely audible pop, a puff of electrical smoke
Flames from under the seat on which I sat, I started to choke
Sharon sprang into action, stopped the VW Bug with a jolt
Into the backseat she reached and of me she took hold
I was snatched from the fire and tossed to the ground
Who knew, right there was a large fire ant mound
Sharon’s aim was well placed, the mound I did crush
All over my arms and legs the angry ants came in a rush
Stung here, stung there, I shouted and screamed
I still hear Jim Morrison crooning in my bad dreams
That very story many times I have shared
Why I was not burnt, I never really cared
Then one day, after this same story told
Sharon shared with us all, why the fire, of me, failed to take hold
That day a clown Halloween custom was my chosen attire
The materiel designed to be resistant to fire
What does that matter, you are now wondering why
It was not October but the middle of July
Sharon did not care that her nephew was so strangely dressed
Just that we were together, to hell with the rest
I loved my Aunt Sharon dearly and always will
Many more memories remain with me still
Today I say goodbye, farewell, and adieu
St. Peter’s gate, by now she’s passed through
She stands beside those lost through the years
Touched by our sentiment, our longing, our tears
In our hearts, she will forever remain
In our verbal history her essence will be retained
We owe it to those who did not have our good luck
To share time with Sharon before, from our life, she was plucked

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