Sharon Ann Curry, age 78, of Amarillo, passed away on December 23, 2021, surrounded by family.
Memorial Services will be held at 2:00 pm, Thursday, December 30, 2021, at Lighthouse Funeral Home Chapel, 3707 Wolflin Ave.
Sharon was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on May 4, 1943, to Anna Rose and Lester Whittaker Ezzell. They moved to Amarillo in 1960 where she graduated from Palo Duro High School in 1961.
She put the care of everyone first above herself and rarely raised her voice. Sharon loved to travel to Red River and see the mountains. She loved to meet with her monthly Bunco group. She recently took up crocheting and had made scarves for family members as Christmas gifts. Sharon retired from Denman Building Products after 35 years of dedicated service.
Sharon was preceded in death by her parents Lester and Anna Rose Ezzell; her daughter, Jamie Ann Garten; her son-in-law, Darrel Lee Garten; a brother-in-law James Ford, and friend and father to her daughters, James Tash.
Left to cherish her memory are her brothers, Alan Ezzell and wife Bonnie of Arizona, David Ezzell and wife Barbara of Amarillo; a sister Susan Ford of Amarillo; her daughter, Jennifer Homer and husband Travis of Amarillo; a grandson, James Bouressa and fiancé Meghan Spiker; two great-grandsons, Levi and Karter Bouressa; granddaughter, Shelby Garten, and great-grandson, Grayson Garten.
I have only the best memories of Aunt Sharon. Praying for peace and comfort to her family.
May she Rest In Peace.
I have fond memories of Sharon. May her memories bring peace and comfort to her family.
Sharon was a beautiful women with such grace and poise. She was always there for her family. May she rest in the arms of our heavenly Father.
Beautiful and very sweet lady. May she Rest In Peace. Prayers for all
I considered her a dear friend even though we hadn’t seen each other in several years. She was a precious lady ❤️
Jennifer, I am sorry to hear about your Mother. Prayers of comfort to you and your family
I will mis Sharon’s warm and kind smile. Always so nice and caring. Prayers for you all.