Sheila loved the outdoors and we had great times at the hunting camp for many years. Our sympathy's to you Dan, but think of those good years.
Dave, Rita and Mark
So many kind words here - all true. You were the consummate business woman - sharp, hardworking, creative. So many people remembering you as the mover and the shaker - you got things done. But not me, that is not how I will remember you. I will remember you as the beautiful, sophisticated, and worldly Aunt in her early 20s, independent and daring, adventuresome and self confident - everything a scrawny little girl like me, all gangly arms and legs, was not. I will remember you baking in my Mom's kitchen, and the mess, and the laughter we shared. I will remember quiet moments that touched my heart, the whispered secrets between a teenage niece and a young aunt, the tender times before you and I grew up to be viewed as highly responsible adults. I will remember your wild, youthful heart, the absolute joy in your laughter, and in those moments, and in those memories, we will share that laughter and joy again. You are free now Aunt Sheila - soar.
What a beautiful, wonderful Aunt I had in Sheila! She was and is still an inspiration to us all. Sheila's & Danny's life and faith filled all of us, who were blessed to know them, with a living example of allowing one's life to be a reflection of God's love and light to a very needy world. I love you, Sheila, but will see you one day soon.
To Dan Breeding and Family,
Sorry to hear about your loss, I have always kept great memories from the time I was an employee working for TBI Construction Co. 1983-1989
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Jaime, (Jim) De Avila
To the greatest woman and sister in all of the world who will sorely be missed by me
Sheila and I met in Crockett. each of us just 16 years old. Oh what happy times we had together. What a wonderful friend she and Danny were to me. I will miss her.
John joins me in sending our condolences to Dan and all those who will miss her. She lived her faith and so the gift she was to everyone who knew her will remain.
Aunt Shelia was always an inspiring person. I enjoyed our many philosophical discussions. She had such a love for dogs. It was during our last conversation on the phone that I decided to get a puppy in December of 2012. Ivan, my Brussels Griffon, serves as a memory to Aunt Shelia. He is in training to be a service dog for mental health patients. You will be greatly missed Aunt Shelia.
Grat friend of Jesus and all who knew her .
I have lost a wonderful friend .. Love her .
Sheila was a energetic and enthusiastic boss who had a mad passion for ice skating and hockey. She was a great business woman who gave back to her employees and community. She will be missed by many.
God blessed Sheila as Sheila blessed those around her. Sheila will be missed, but all of us know that she is now home with her heavenly father. I will never forget the loving and Godly impact that both Sheila and Danny made on our lives. Will look forward to meeting Sheila again in heaven. Love, The Knapps and Nottinghams
Sheila was just such a wonderful person, she will be very missed. I always enjoyed my interactions with Sheila. My deepest sympathies to Dan and the family.
I will always remember all of the fun times and laughter shared with my Aunt Sheila. I will cherish those memories forever.
Sheila will always be a mentor to me as a pioneer of women in construction. She was an elegant lady and a hard worker. I admired her strength and her generosity to the community. You could always count on Sheila to tell you like it was and I appreciated that.
I will always have the fondest memories of the times I spent with you Aunt Sheila. I will miss you.