Sharon Marie Death, Obituary – Yesterday, I was shocked and saddened to learn of my mother’s passing. Due to the fact that we lived in different states, I was unable to visit her as frequently as either of us would have liked; however, my mother never stopped loving and caring about her family or her friends, regardless of the distance between them. We did our best to catch up with each other over the phone at least once a week, during which time she also conversed with Theo, and we concluded each conversation with a “I love you.” The last time we saw one other was on Mother’s Day of the previous year, which was also the first and, regrettably, only time she has ever gotten to see her grandchild. Before that, we hadn’t seen each other in over a year.
It’s her birthday today, and I really would have appreciated one more chance to talk to her on the phone or see her in person before she turns another year older. I hope you have a wonderful birthday, mom, and that you get to celebrate it with your brother and both of your parents. I will never stop missing you and thinking about you, but I know that you will be much closer to me now that you are looking out for my family and that you will always be with us in spirit. Because you can never be sure when it will be the final time, you should go give your mother a big embrace, a kiss, and a call.
She was a great fan of the Cowboys, and because she was aware of how much of a supporter I am,
she always made sure to talk to me about the team whenever one of their games was shown in Alabama. I wanted Theo’s Cowboys gameday picture to include his mother because it was the last game of the season, and I wanted that to be the case. I know you’ll watch out for me, Mom, but I really need you to keep an eye on those Dallas Cowboys today.