Sharon Kay Hardwick, 73, of Gordonville, Texas was called home to the Lord on Saturday, April 29, 2023.
Sharon was born on February 14, 1950 in Lubbock, Texas to Errol and Edna Erle (Thomas) Foote. She graduated in 1968 from South Garland High School and she then attended East Texas State University. Sharon married MD Hardwick on July 2, 1971 in Garland. She worked for Avon as a District Sales Manager for over 25 years. Her greatest joys in life were her children and being MaMaw to her grandchildren. Sharon was a member of First Baptist Church in Collinsville.
She is survived by her husband, MD Hardwick; daughter, Angela Miller and husband, Shane; son, Marc Hardwick; son, Chris Hardwick and wife, Amy; grandchildren, Kyrsten Hangartner and husband, Josh, Grant Miller and wife, Natalie, Kanon Hardwick and wife, Jasmine, Kooper Hardwick, Ava Olson, Ella Olson, Brice Hardwick, Addison Hardwick, Levi Hardwick, great-grandchildren, Jaxon, Kinley, Jason, Crue, Kylie, and Kaylee. Mother, Edna Foote, sister, Patsy Morris, brother, Shannon Foote, brother, Robert Foote, and sister, Susan Holcombe, as well as other loving family and friends.
Sharon was preceded in death by her father, Errol Foote and sister, Betty Cole.
A Celebration of life honoring Sharon will be held at 2:00 PM on Saturday, May 13, 2023 at Meador Funeral Home of Whitesboro, officiated by Reverend Jim Hardwick. A time of visitation for family and friends will be held one hour prior to the service time.
My prayers being lifted today for the Hardwick family in ur loss of a precious lady. She was such a sweet person an we all enjoyed our trips to Branson together! Great memories!!!! Hugs, love an many prayers🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻❤️
Our prayers are lifted for this wonderful family. May the Lord provide you comfort and peace during this time. MD & Sharon have been our friends for many years.
Mary and I will always remember our trips to Ruidoso and Fredericksburg together and the fun we had. Sharon is now on the most rewarding trip of all. Praise God for sending Jesus to make this trip possible. See you soon kiddo.
Sharon was one of my best friends at South Garland. She was so sweet and I know she will be greatly missed. My condolences to the entire family
A sister in Christ who committed herself to Jesus many years ago is now with the Lord Jesus and the angels of heaven have welcomed her home. She knew this is not our home we are just passing through!
Sharon and I worked together at Avon in the Mustangs Division. She was a reliable manager with a heart for others. Alzheimers is a mean disease as I recall how very much her family meant to her. I will watch for painted sunsets from your MeMaw. Many warm thought and prayers to your family.