Sharon-King-Obituary

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Sharon Darlene King

Bastrop, Texas

Feb 22, 1954 – Sep 24, 2012

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Bastrop Providence Funeral Home - Bastrop Obituary

Sharon Darlene King, age 58, of Bastrop passed from this life on Monday, September 24, 2012. She was born February 22, 1954 to William Franklin King and Dollie Mae (Drury) King.She was preceded in death by: her parents; brothers, Billy King, Joe King, Bobby King, and Richard King; and sister,...

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Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering Darlene and how happy she was to go to any kind of family function. and I will alway remember the week I stayed in the hospital with her and the last words that I remember her saying to me was " I want PINK hair like yours" by gosh I think she has it now. I love you and miss you so much Darlene I will see you one day.

lead the way for us. love Sabrina

DARLENE YOU WILL TRUELY BE MISSED. YOU HAVE WARMED SO MANY HEARTS WHILE YOU WERE HERE ON EARTH. YOU HAVE LEFT US TO GO A HEAD TO PERPARE A PLACE FOR ALL OF US AND TO JOIN THE ONES WHO WENT BEFORE YOU. WE SHALL ALL REJOICE WHEN WE MEET AGAIN. LOVE SABRINA & FAMILY

So very sorry for your familys loss. I have great childhood momories of the whole King family. She is resting with the arms of Jesus.

Grandpa and Granny with Darlene, Marlene and Bryan

Darlene has finally achieved the true desire of her heart, to be with her savior Jesus Christ, and return to the loving arms of the mother and father whom she cared for so deeply. She is leaving behind a lasting memory of happiness, joy and unconditional love for her family. But I am comforted in knowing that she is celebrating with not only her mother and father but several brothers and a sister who entered those gates before her. I miss them all but will join them soon. Love you Aunt...

You are my beautiful baby sister and I love you so much. You had such a sweet personality, a contageous smile and love for everyone. Having your family around you always made you so happy and I loved you so much just for being you. Thank you for all the memories you have left with me and you will forever be in my heart.

I will miss one of the angels in my life, but I know that God must have needed you more. Darlene will always be in my heart. Darlene and Marlene carried the true meaning of family and what it meant to love one another, strong and never waivering from what was important