Sharon Thompson Byrd

Sharon Thompson Byrd

CORFOVA -- Mrs. Sharon Thompson Byrd, 56, of Cordova, passed away Monday, Feb. 22, 2021.

Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced later by Simmons Funeral Home and Crematory, Orangeburg.

Due to COVID-19, the family requests you do not visit the home; however, condolences may be expressed via telephone to her husband, Mr. Franklyn Byrd, at 803-308-2205 or Simmons Funeral Home and Crematory of Orangeburg.

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Published by The Times and Democrat on Feb. 24, 2021.
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A true woman of God ,honest, kind, giving ,good wife and mother and a woman I was blessed to call friend. Met her years before she was married and her son was not born yet, it was just her and Shekinah at the time. I got to know her wonderful family which she adored and loved and protected. Will miss the talks we would have to and from work almost everyday it was hard this morning because this was a talk day. Being a nurse all the advice she would give if I asked her would be stay up honest . People who know her know what I am talking about. All I can say is we lost a good one and I loved her like a sister rest in peace my friend you and Frank did your duty with your children they have turned out wonderful with you and Franks help. Goodnight my friend until we met again.
Gloria Butler
March 2, 2021
To the family & friends of Dear Sharon,whom I met in 1979 through my Brother Dr,Ernest Cameron in New York City we stayed in touch over the yrs through text , exchanging pictures occasional, phone calls A mighty humble Woman in the Lord, may she** RIP** in the arms of the Lord, As He give everlasting comfort & consolation, Sharon has been planted by Christ As a tree of righteousness, waiting on that great getting up day, may the Lord give the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness oil for the joy of mourning, don't sorrow as one with no hope for Her hope was built on Nothing less than Jesus, it is with heartfelt sympathy, & prayers for Frank,Shikinah,Josiah & all other family members with blessings & always heart to heart with love from Glenda & Henry Bates in Prattville Alabama, Dr.Ernest Cameron New Rochelle, New York
Glenda Bates
February 26, 2021
Sharon was a big sister to me from a young adult until becoming an adult . She adopted my family as her family when she moved here from New York. I thank God for her being apart of our family. She has really been an inspiration for us. Whenever I needed advice on anything I could call on her, In fact we spoke a week ago and she answered some medical concerns. Words can´t express how much I will miss her just being there, I can´t remember a time I needed to ask her something she didn´t answered the phone. It gives me great comfort in knowing that she knew and loved the Lord. We sincerely express our condolences and prayers to her husband, children, family and friends. May you find strength and comfort in the fond memories you have shared and the love of God surrounds you during these times. Love, Mr.& Mrs. Larry (Sonia) Dingle Mr.& Mrs. Edward (Betty) Johnson and Family
The Dingle and Johnson Family
February 26, 2021
My Deepest Sympathy to you my cousin on the lost of your wife. May The Peace Of God Be With You During This Time Of Sorrow.
Cecilia Byrd Mack
February 26, 2021
Our family is so sorry for your loss. We have never formally met, but Sharon was so welcoming and loving toward our daughter, Megan. Peace to you.
Elizabeth Tucker
February 25, 2021
Our prayers are with you and your family sorry for your loss.
Wanda Byrd and Jacob Brown
February 25, 2021
I met Sharon in 2010 at Wright direction church in orangeburg sc,She was one of the most Kindy person I´ve have met very soft spoken and she loved the LORD and she will be miss by all her family and friends.
February 24, 2021
Heartfelt sympathy to the family! Sharon was part of our family as the Smooth Steppers of Edisto Drive. She was instrumental creating our first Facebook page, giving up health tips and presentations, a great friend and support as needed! Our hearts are heavy too! We shall truly be miss her!
Hazel L. Darby
February 24, 2021
So sorry to hear about Sharon, I met Sharon when she came to work at the hospital on the floor where I was working, and realized that my daughter they both had looked of each other, so Sharon called her,her little sister, I loved working with Sharon, beautiful and loving person,she will be missed, for the family
Eartha Buffy smith
February 24, 2021
So sorry to hear of my friend and sister in Christ passing.
Lettie Felder
February 24, 2021