Sharon Jean Hicks
1954 - 2021
Sharon Jean Hicks

Dec. 12, 1954 - Nov. 5, 2021

Sharon Jean Hicks of Wolf Point, Montana, formally of Waco, TX, passed away peacefully at Faith Home on the morning of November 5, 2021. Sharon was a 1972 graduate of Richfield High School in Waco and a 2008 graduate of Midland College where she earned her degree in Health Information Management. She was the director of Health Information Management at Seminole Hospital District until she retired due to failing health. She was a one of a kind to all who knew and loved her. Her family was everything to her. She took pride in her kids as well as her grandkids and great-grandkids. She loved to make people laugh and give them a hard time. Her and her sisters were never far from each other and if they were apart they were on the phone chatting away. She would tell you the best thing that ever happened to her were her kids, grandkids and her great-grandkids. She always had her family's back no matter what. The best way to describe her was she was a free spirit who marched to her own drum. She was preceded in death by her mother, Barbara Hicks; father, Frank D. Hicks; sister, Charlotte Hicks and brother, Mark Hicks, along with her brother-in-law, David Cagle and son-in-law, Timothy Phillips. She is survived by her sister, Cleo Cagle Cranford and husband, Kelly Cranford, of Wolf Point, Montana; sister-in-law, Tressa Hicks Bledsoe and husband, Joe Bledsoe, of Odessa, TX; daughter, Barbara Blackshear and partner, Dale Bear, of Wolf Point, Montana; daughter, Marjorie Culverhouse and partner, Cody Johnson, of Waco, TX; grandkids, Jennifer Blackshear of McGregor, TX; Glitter Torres of Waco, TX; Katelynn Blackshear of San Angelo, TX; Anthony Torres and wife, Tara Torres, of Troy, TX; Alyssa Torres and partner, Gregory Williams, of McGregor TX; along with nieces, nephews, a great-nephew, cousins, numerous great-grandkids and many friends. She will be truly missed as the world will not be the same without her in it. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Wolf Point Pound Puppies or other local animal shelters.

A graveside memorial service will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, December 4, at Oakwood Cemetery in Waco, TX. A life celebration will be hosted by family and friends in Lorena, TX, following the graveside service.

Everybody dies, but not everybody lives. Sharon really LIVED! Thank you, sweet Sharon for sharing your life and love with us.
Published by Waco Tribune-Herald on Nov. 21, 2021.
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Celebration of Life
Lorena, TX
Graveside service
Oakwood Cemetery
Waco, TX
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It was a joy to have the opportunity to have Sharon as a student at Richfield High School. Celebrate a life well lived and save us a place. Sue Lowry, RET Richfield Faculty
Sue Lowry
November 21, 2021
We were so sorry to read this morning of Sharon's passing. We know losing parents is a milestone in one's life. She was so fortunate to have a large extended family in her life that will now miss her dearly. Know that we are thinking of you and share in you grief. Love, Aunt Carolyn and Uncle Terry
Aunt Carolyn and Uncle Terry
November 21, 2021
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