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Hampton Vaughan Crestview Funeral Home & Memorial Park

1917 Archer City Hwy, Wichita Falls, TX

OBITUARY

Sharon VanAllen

February 21, 1949September 13, 2020
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Sharon Jane VanAllen 71, longtime resident of Iowa Park, TX, passed away Sunday morning September 13, 2020 in Wichita Falls. Services have been scheduled for Wednesday September 16, 2020 at 11:00 am at Hampton Vaughan Chapel. Interment will follow at Crestview Memorial Park in the Garden of Faith. She was born in Ft Worth, TX on February 21, 1949 to Sam and Lillian (Hobbs) Montgomery. On December 14, 2002 she married Steven VanAllen. They both worked together at Cryovac for many years and had been enjoying their retirement. They especially enjoyed going camping frequently with their little Boston Terrier Lily. She also enjoyed bowling, making jewelry and playing her games on Facebook. She also took great pride in everything her grandchildren and great grandchildren did, she loved to go to their activities and birthday parties. Sharon is survived by her husband Steven VanAllen of Iowa Park, TX, her children Janis and Jerry Berryman of Justin, TX, Kevin and Robin Rodgers of Electra, TX, two brothers Sammy Montgomery of Wichita Falls, TX and Troy and Dana Montgomery of Azle, TX, grandchildren Stephanie Marquez, Courtney Eichenseer and Brian Berryman, great-grandchildren Dakota and Savannah Barrow, Kenna and Nathan Eichenseer, Rowdy and Juliet Berryman, stepchildren Johanna VanAllen and her boyfriend Gilbert Castro of Wichita Falls, TX, Laura and Mike McDonald of Lake Jackson, TX, and Steven and Amanda VanAllen of Brownswood, TX, step-grandchildren Anthony and Mathew Delagarza, Jordan and Andrew McDonald and Natalie and Zane VanAllen. Last but not least her beloved Boston Terrier Lily. Visitation will be the morning of the service September 16, 2020 at 10:00 am. Please share your condolences and fond memories with the VanAllen family at www.hamptonvaughancrestview.com

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, September 16, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, September 16, 2020

  • Interment

    Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Memories

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Kay Buvkmaster

September 17, 2020

Steve, I am so sorry to hear of Sharon's passing! You, & your and Sharon's family are all in my prayers!

Tina Berryman

September 14, 2020

Sharon was one of the sweetest persons I have ever met she always had a smile on her beautiful face she will be missed dearly by so many .. RIP Sharon .. My deepest condolences go out to all the family may God wrap his arms around each of you and give you strength. Heaven gained a beautiful angel

Lavonda Munsey

September 14, 2020

I have very happy memories of you growing up. One of my favorite fun things to do was skating at the roller rink and you would go with us many Saturday nights. You were always so kind. I pray that the Lord will comfort your husband, Steve and your brothers, children, and grandchildren. They were so blessed to have someone like you. You are gone much too soon.

Terry Crain

September 14, 2020

I will miss you, cousin. I remember growing up across the street from you on California street. We didn’t have much but we enjoyed playing outside. You and Kathryn used to dress Jack up as a girl. I hate that I will miss your funeral but my wife is on hospice and I cannot leave her.

Violet Pierce

September 14, 2020

Oh, the memories I have of my precious cousin, Sharon. Growing up within a few blocks of each other, some of the happiest times I remember were spent at Lillian Ruth's house (my aunt, Sharon's mother). We had so much fun. Aunt Lil was quite the character! Sharon and I both enjoyed her stories and hijinks so much. Many of our time on the phone in recent years was spent reminiscing about our childhood and the many fun times we had at the skating rink, Haven Park, going to movies, music, etc. She thought I was so brave for jumping off the high dive at Haven Park hardly knowing how to swim. I think it was a bit of stupidity on my part, not bravery! Sharon was definitely given the right name - the Rose of Sharon. She will be greatly missed by those of us who loved her so much, both family and friends. Such a sweet, sweet spirt, gone too soon. May she rest in peace until we are all reunited once again. Love you forever, your cousin Violet.

Cathy Meyer

September 14, 2020

Dear family,
When I think of Sharon... I remember her beautiful smile. She was always so very polite and kind. Such a sweet lady.
We will hold you in our prayers.
With our love, Keith & Cathy Meyer

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Biography

Sharon Jane VanAllen 71, longtime resident of Iowa Park, TX, passed away Sunday morning September 13, 2020 in Wichita Falls. Services have been scheduled for Wednesday September 16, 2020 at 11:00 am at Hampton Vaughan Chapel. Interment will follow at Crestview Memorial Park in the Garden of Faith. She was born in Ft Worth, TX on February 21, 1949 to Sam and Lillian (Hobbs) Montgomery. On December 14, 2002 she married Steven VanAllen. They both worked together at Cryovac for many years and had been enjoying their retirement. They especially enjoyed going camping frequently with their little Boston Terrier Lily. She also enjoyed bowling, making jewelry and playing her games on Facebook. She also took great pride in everything her grandchildren and great grandchildren did, she loved to go to their activities and birthday parties. Sharon is survived by her husband Steven VanAllen of Iowa Park, TX, her children Janis and Jerry Berryman of Justin, TX, Kevin and Robin Rodgers of Electra, TX, two brothers Sammy Montgomery of Wichita Falls, TX and Troy and Dana Montgomery of Azle, TX, grandchildren Stephanie Marquez, Courtney Eichenseer and Brian Berryman, great-grandchildren Dakota and Savannah Barrow, Kenna and Nathan Eichenseer, Rowdy and Juliet Berryman, stepchildren Johanna VanAllen and her boyfriend Gilbert Castro of Wichita Falls, TX, Laura and Mike McDonald of Lake Jackson, TX, and Steven and Amanda VanAllen of Brownswood, TX, step-grandchildren Anthony and Mathew Delagarza, Jordan and Andrew McDonald and Natalie and Zane VanAllen. Last but not least her beloved Boston Terrier Lily.
Visitation will be the morning of the service September 16, 2020 at 10:00 am. Please share your condolences and fond memories with the VanAllen family at www.hamptonvaughancrestview.com

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