Sharon Gordon Miller

Jan. 30, 1947 - Aug. 8, 2018

Sharon Gordon Miller passed away at home, August 8, 2018, following a short battle with cancer. Sharon was born, January 30, 1947, in Waco, Texas, to parents James and Dorothy Gordon.

She graduated from Axtell High School and went on to marry, Gary Wayne Miller, Sr., on August 9, 1965.Family and grandchildren were Sharons passion and delight. She loved Texas Aggie Football and spending hours playing slot machines. She never met a stranger.

Sharon is survived by daughters, Kristie Case and husband, Jeff, of Hewitt, Karen Miller of Mart; sister, Debbie Gamble and husband, John, of Hewitt; seven grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren, two nephews, and several loving cousins and friends.

Sharon was preceded in death by her parents, husband, and son Gary W. Miller, Jr.

Sharon had requested no services, but a private family memorial, which will be held at a later date.

The family wishes to thank the team at Providence Hospice for their outstanding care and support during this difficult time.

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I'm so glad I had a chance to know Sharon.


To the Miller and Gamble Family,
May the Lord bless you and keep you in this time of sorrow. I am so sorry for your loss. I can't imagine Sharon being gone. She was always so sweet and so funny. She will be missed. You will be in my prayers.

Linda Wood Carter

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Sharon and I were best friends in high school, our parents all went to school at Axtell High School also.
Sharon and I kept in touch over the years but I last talked to her after her mother, Dorothy passed away. I am heart broken and shocked and so sorry to hear that Sharon has passed away. I did not know about her illness. I will miss her outgoing, sweet happy attitude and I will fondly remember all the laughs we had back at school. Debbie, Christy and Karen, I am so very sorry for your loss. May she Rest In Peace.
With my deepest sympathy,
Linda Wood Klanika Carter

Disy Yarbrlugh

I am so sorry to hear of Sharon's passing. I remember her so fondly. She was alwas so friendly and nice. She had the most beautiful welcoming smile. My prayers are with her family. RIP sweet one.

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