SHARON MORGAN was born March 3, 1966 in St. Louis, Missouri to the union of Bessie Morgan and Matthew Robinson. She was educated through the St. Louis Public School System and graduated from McCluer North High School. She was a computer geek and loved technology. Learning what makes things "tick" was very intriguing to her. She also loved to shop. She made shopping a refreshing experience for anyone that would tag along.
Sharon was preceded in death by both of her parents and her oldest sister, Brenda Morgan.
Sharon would like to let you know her work here is done. She received a call, an offer you can't refuse, for an appointment from which she will not be returning. This appointment came with a huge sign-on bonus; a reunion with family and friends that she has not seen in a long time. Her new mission takes her to a wonderful place where she will be socializing, laughing, writing, listening to music and singing until her heart is content; where food is so delicious she can eat all the cupcakes and Suzy-Q's and drink all the Pepsi she wants with no worries of gaining a pound.
Sharon was known for being passionate and very caring. She loved God and she loved her family. She left detailed instructions for her children and grandchildren to ensure that if they follow them, they will surely make it to see her again. Her prayer will continue to be in the hearts of many: "Lord protect me while I'm away from home. Lord protect me all day long."
Sharon will be sorely missed by those who knew her. She had special and deep motherly love for her own children and grandchildren that effortlessly extended to other children that came in contact with her. They all knew that she was just a phone call away and would be there no matter what whenever they needed her.
Sharon is survived by four daughters; Sharon Morgan, Shamika Lyttle Qarre), Doneshia Taylor, MytiaJackson; one son, DeQuan Ware; two sisters, Felicia Morgan-Spencer (Melvin), Rosalind Morgan; one brother, Rodney Morgan; seven nieces, three nephews, three great nieces, two great nephews; four aunts, Clara Ford Qimy), Barbara Morgan (Donnie), Helen Morrow (Raymond) Kansas City, MO; two uncles, Barney Morgan (Evelen), Luthern Morgan - all of St. Louis, MO and a host of family and friends.
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