Sharon Kay Barnes 77, of Colony

  • Sharon Kay Barnes 77, of Colony
    Sharon Kay Barnes 77, of Colony
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Funeral services for Sharon Kay Barnes, 77 yearold Colony resident, will be held Thursday, March 19, 2020, 10:00 A.M. at Grace Assembly of God in Weatherford with Tim Tate officiating. Burial will follow at High Point Cemetery, northwest of Colony, under the direction of Lockstone Funeral Home.

Sharon was born October 7, 1942, in Hydro to Burton and Pauline (Johnson) Kidd and with her family by her side, went home to be with her Lord, Saturday, March 14, 2020, at Mercy Hospital in Oklahoma City. Sharon was only two years old when her daddy was killed in WWII. She was raised by her mother and stepfather, Mon Harris, above the Colony Drug Store located in Colony with two younger sisters, Shirley Kidd and Mickey Bottom.

Sharon loved working at the Colony telephone switchboard and her parent’s drugstore. She graduated from Colony High School in 1960 where she fell in love with the love of her life of 60 years. Mack and Sharon married in Wheeler, Texas and 60 years later, renewed their marriage vows December 14, 2019.

Before leaving Colony, Mack and Sharon had their first son, Curtis. They soon packed their belongings and moved to Lancaster, Texas. There, added two more son, Jeffery and Aaron. With their family of five, Mack and Sharon decided to surrender to the Lord and in the very early morning hours, phoned a neighbor, Malcom Sanderson to come pray with them. There in their home they gave their hearts to the Lord.

They moved to Duncanville, Texas, and put down deep roots of 35 plus years. Mack and Sharon attended Memorial Assembly of God where Sharon cleaned the church, worked in Missionettes and served as secretary for the North Texas District Assemblies of God Women’s Ministries. She loved the Lord and had a burden for missions and serving. She was faithful in serving her church and family.

Sharon retired from Liquid Carbonic and she and Mack moved back home to Colony. She loved arts and crafts, playing cards, sewing and quilting. She loved sewing with her quilting friends. She loved to make things to give to her grandchildren and others. Mom was a giver and prayer warrior.

Sharon is survived by her husband of 60 years, Mack Barnes of their home in Colony; three sons, Curtis Barnes and wife, Naomi of Stacy, Minnesota, Jeffery Barnes and wife, Chaun of Leland, North Carolina, and Aaron Barnes and wife, DeeDee of Colony; one brother, Larry Pitt and wife, Marilyn of Amarillo, Texas; one sister, Mickey Bottom and husband, Rex of Anadarko, Oklahoma; six grandchildren, Kristen Branscum and husband, Blake, Emily Barnes, Austin Otts, Ashley Conway and husband, Bill, Stephanie Maldonado and husband, Jose, Lacey Young and husband, Jay; and nine great-grandchildren, William, Emma, Patrick, Ines, Corbin, Johnny, Eliana, Jeremy, and Mateo; God granddaughter, Brooklyn; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; step-father; and one sister, Shirley.

Thank you for not sending flowers. Donations can be made to Grace Assembly of God of Weatherford c/o Sharon Barnes, Israel.