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Zoeller Funeral Home

615 Landa, New Braunfels, TX

OBITUARY

SHARON LEE MARTIN

January 28, 1954July 2, 2019
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Sharon Lee Martin passed away peacefully on July 2, 2019 in her home in Canyon Lake, Texas surrounded by her loving husband of 36 years, Eddie Martin, and her daughters Jennifer Spencer, Monica Hollis, Kelsie Martin, and Ashley Crisp. She is survived by her husband and girls, along with her 10 grandchildren, 3 fur babies and “Dirty Bird”. Sharon was a hard worker dedicated to her family and friends. A memorial service will be held on Sunday, July 7, 2019 at 1:00 pm at Zoeller Funeral Home, 615 Landa St., New Braunfels, Tx 78130.

  • FAMILY

  • husband Eddie Martin, and her daughters Jennifer Spencer, Monica Hollis, Kelsie Martin, and Ashley Crisp along with her 10 grandchildren.

Services

  • Memorial Service Sunday, July 7, 2019

Memories

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Amy Alexander

July 7, 2019

Sharon took me in like I was family when I needed her the most and I will never forget her. Such a beautiful soul that lives on in her family and friends that loved her...

Deborah Stewart

July 5, 2019

Ellen's first sentence describe Sharon. I've been sitting trying how to put in words. Eddie the love of her life. 4 beautiful girls she loves dearly & proud of everyone of you! Grandchildren the joys & rewards of having children. Always a smile, always a hug. She's now another of my special angels. Watching over us all. Always there for anyone, never meeting a stranger, her & Eddie always helping someone. She will always be with our family in our hearts, talking about her, her family & with All the memories her family & friends gave to us. My prayers r with you all through this time & always. I got the privilege to help Eddie & Sharon raise their girls along with my family when they were little. Part of our family. We lose being in touch through making a living, children growing up, fast pace of life & getting older & illness. Not easy. She knew how to enjoy each day to the fullest. What a beautiful woman, mother & person, God, our father gave to share with us. Love you all dearly!
Love Debbie Stewart & family

Ellen Posey

July 5, 2019

Daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, friend, one of the best people I have ever known. My life was better with you in it. When I had Greg, Sharon would come over one afternoon a week to see me. It was the best day of the week. I’ll love you forever. Your kids and grandchildren are lucky people to have had you in their lives. Me, too. Adios.

Teresa Coyner

July 5, 2019

What a beautiful lady Sharon always was! She was always dressed so beautifully with her make-up so perfect! You all have shared some wonderful memorable pictures on this site - I love her smile.

My prayers go out to your family!! This thought provided some comfort for me when I lost my husband. It is not always about the ending but about the special journey in life.

Love to you all.
Teresa
(Eddie's cousin)

Karen Kahlich Dikes

July 4, 2019

I was good friends with Sharon in high school. I married right out of high school and moved to Houston so I lost touch with so many wonderful people, including Sharon. She was the sweetest friend...generous, shy, quick to laugh, and humble despite being the most gloriously beautiful woman I ever knew. I remember walking with her down the San Antonio streets between our houses and a group of boys leaned out of the car windows and whistled at us. She quite sincerely said, "They're whistling at you." I looked at her like she was crazy but she really believed they were whistling at me and not her. My dad was military so I used to take her to the base movie theater. The reaction she got from the soldiers was amazing, but she never seemed to notice. She was a woman who had no idea how truly beautiful she was. I am glad to hear she had a long marriage with beautiful daughters and many grandchildren. She deserved a good life. I hate that it ended too soon.

Shannon Avey

July 4, 2019

Sharon was a Beautiful, Loving. Sweet Lady. She loved you girls! ❤ When I turned 15 I worked at Country Boys and she would come in every day if not every other day, usually one or two or all of you with her. Always smiling, always dressed up, always classy, always sweet. I then got a job at the Mill Mall at the candy shop and guess who worked across from me at Oneida? I got to see her again if not every day, every other day. I was blessed! She gave me a silver plated jewelry box with my name engraved in it when I graduated high school. I still have it and cherish it to this day. I work at Whitewater during concert season, and I always ask about her, every once in a while I will see your Dad. I will always remember her contagious smile and her warm hugs. Love and Prayers for all of you. She will be missed but never forgotten! ❤

Monica Hollis

July 4, 2019

Jennifer Spencer

July 3, 2019

Mom and Willow

Monica Hollis

July 3, 2019

Sweet Ayden reading to mom!

Monica Hollis

July 3, 2019

Mom and a few of her girls!

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Biography

Sharon Lee Martin passed away peacefully on July 2, 2019 in her home in Canyon Lake, Texas surrounded by her loving husband of 36 years, Eddie Martin, and her daughters Jennifer Spencer, Monica Hollis, Kelsie Martin, and Ashley Crisp.
She is survived by her husband and girls, along with her 10 grandchildren, 3 fur babies and “Dirty Bird”.
Sharon was a hard worker dedicated to her family and friends.
A memorial service will be held on Sunday, July 7, 2019 at 1:00 pm at Zoeller Funeral Home, 615 Landa St., New Braunfels, Tx 78130.