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Sharon Marie Haynes

Houston, Texas

Jul 29, 1946 – Nov 24, 2016


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Earthman Resthaven Funeral Home Obituary

Sharon Marques Haynes, 70, was born July 29, 1946 in Washington D.C., Maryland, and passed away November 24, 2016 in Houston, Texas.Sharon graduated High School from Incarnate Word Academy of Houston in 1964, then the University of St Thomas in 1968. A 36 year retiree from Duke Energy (nee...

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Thank you Bob for letting Dennis and I know of Sharon's passing. Sharon and I go back a long way. We were neighborhood friends as well as IWA sisters. You both were in our wedding and I was in yours. We kind of lost touch with each other as we started our families and Dennis and I traveling with the army for 26 years. I regret that I did not make it to the last reunion. You and your family are in our prayers . God bless you.

Bobby. John n Edward. I was there in spirit with Earl. So glad for to see Sharon st Terlingua cookoff.
Bobby totally enjoyed visiting with you Sunday n sharing memories. Love a guys

10 or 12 years ago, Debbie, Allison, & I went to Charolette, NC for Allison to sing in a choir. It was just weeks before Prom, & Allison wanted a dress. Sharon took us to a discount place, where she found a great dress for less than I expected.
Then Sharon said "shoes", then "purse, hose, hair, and last, but not least nails"
That discount dress ended up costing mucho money.
Sharon hugged me & said "I don't have daughters to...

John and I are heart broken for your loss. We loved her spirit, laugh and corny jokes. May the arms that support you, comfort you during this difficult part of life. A life well lived with many memories never dies, it just changes.

John Schofield Family

Sending our love and support to you all. I always felt a special bond with Sharon. She was a strong, wise, generous woman. We will miss her.

Bobby and family,
I remember you and Sharon from the chili cook-offs we competed at in the 80's and 90's.
Especially remember the two of you pulling the boys around the cook-offs in that red wagon .
Then later on the A&R committee.
I am glad I got to see her at Terlingua this year.
She will be missed.
Earl Who? Gorhum

I grieve with you Bobby. Sure gonna miss her.

Bobby and Family
Our sincere Sympathy to you.Sharon was always fun to be with.Especially when we met yall at the casino and our class parties.May she rest in peace

I was privileged to work with Sharon on the same team throughout most of our careers. Her primary role was to ensure compatibility of equipment that could handle all aspects of Texas Eastern's information processiing.
When Word Processing was just a phrase, Sharon helped change that concept to Word Processing & Information Systems.

In a day prior to Laptops; Smart phones, etc. equipment interface was essential, as well as training of vital employees. Our goal was to...