|Birth: ||Jun. 19, 1951|
|Death: ||Apr. 2, 2012|
SHARON SUE BARNETT
Sharon had been a resident of the Joplin, Mo. for most of her lifetime. She passed away at the family home following a lengthy illness. She was 60 years of age.
She was a dark-haired beauty, full of fun and with a sweet personality. One afternoon in 1965, a trio of local boys stopped by her house after a joy-ride in a Mustang. Sharon- only 14 years old at the time - came skipping out of the house wearing a polka-dot bikini. This was the first time she ever met her future husband!
Sharon was born June 19, 1951 in Joplin, Missouri. She was a graduate of Carl Junction High School and was a graduate of Missouri Southern State University, with a degree in Radiology. Her life's work was to help the ill to a better, more healthful life. She retired from Freeman Hospital in 2006 from the Radiology Dept. She was a member of the National Registry for Radiology.
Sharon Ireland was wed to Max Barnett September 17, 1971. They were married over 40 years / he survives.
They were the parents of:
SON - Dylan Barnett (Joplin, Mo.)
SON - Skylar Barnett (Joplin, Mo.)
SON - Sander Barnett (w/ Leslie, Webb City, Mo.)
SON - Ricker Barnett, (Springfield, Mo.)
Sharon is also survived by:
MOTHER - Louise Ireland (Joplin, Mo.)
BROTHER - Claude A. Ireland (Charleston, S.C.)
SISTER - Treva Johnson (Overland Park, Kansas)
GRANDSON - Austin Kearney.
Sharon was one of Jehovah's Witnesses.
She was cremated; a memorial will be held at a later date.
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LIFE WITHOUT END AT LAST
Can you see, with your mind's eye,
Peoples dwelling together?
Sorrow has passed,
Peace at last!
Life without tears and pain.
Man and beast, living in peace,
cause no harm to each other.
Food will be there, all will share,
In what our God provides.
In those days old will grow young,
flesh revived as in childhood.
Troubles are gone, from now on.
No need to weep or fear.
Paradise all will enjoy,
As they sing of God's glory.
Yes everyday we will say,
"To God our maker thanks!"
Sing out with joy of heart.
You too can have a part.
Live for the day when you'll say:
"Life Without End At Last!"
Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend.
Created by: I Remember When
Record added: Apr 02, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 87989291
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