Lazenby, Sharon Rose Walker


Sharon Rose Lazenby of The Colony, Texas passed away peacefully in her sleep in her home on Friday, May 23rd, 2014. She was 67 years old. She is survived by oldest son, Greg Higgins, and middle son, Ken Lazenby and his wife Ramona. Her youngest son, Aaron Lazenby, passed away in a car accident in 1996 at the age of 18. Aaron has been loved and missed by all, and now Sharon will be reunited with him in heaven. She also had six grandchildren, Joshua, Samantha, Troy, Dustin, Timothy, and Olivia. She is also survived by her “grand-pets”, Gidget, Bonnie and Clyde, and Casey. She also leaves behind her fiancé of over 20 years, Ike Mitchell, as well as her ex-husband and devoted friend of 55 years, Bob Lazenby.

Memorial Service will be held on Wednesday, June 4, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. in the Brooks Family Chapel of the North Dallas Funeral Home, 2710 Valley View Lane, Farmers Branch, Texas 75234.

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John 11:25 – Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live.

24 replies on “Lazenby, Sharon Rose Walker”

Dawn says:

Sharon was a special lady. I always enjoyed visiting and laughing with her. I’ll miss her and her smile. My sincere sympathy to all of her family for their loss. Much love–Dawn

Bob Lazenby says:

The Love of my Life. My Best Friend in this world, my Sister in Spirit. I love you, I miss you deeply, will speak with you by Prayer daily and I’ll reunite with you in Heaven. You and Aaron meet me at the crossover!

Gale Melton says:

Prayers to all of the family in this time of sorrow.

Jonathan Hill says:

Mrs. Sharon was a truly amazing woman. What I’ll never forget is the days that she used to come over to her son’s, Ken Lazenby, house and sit in her rocking chair as my 4 year old son would crawl up in her lap and just sit there with her and watch us all act crazy. We had many great days together especially the nights I saw Sharon and her son Ken dance together to country songs. I could go on-and-on about how truly amazing this woman is but for now I would just like to say that an amazing woman has left us but she has left to her true home as one of God’s angel’s. Love you Mrs. Sharon. Rest in peace.

Chris Baucoms says:

Her laugh and smile were contagious, I will always think of those times were all together not as just friends but family.
Love Always

Olivia says:

Granny, I already miss you so much. I have faith that you are looking down on all of us. You will always be on my mind and I will never forget the good times we shared. You were always by my side good or bad. I love you granny, rest in eternal peace
– Olivia –

Ike Mitchell says:

I have lost the love of my life. I have been with several women, however, none like you. It was love at first site, and we never looked back. Now, I’m all alone in this world with no one. One of the things I will miss the most is our ability to communication. We were always good at talking to each other. I’m a firm believer that “a mountain becomes a mole hill when you have a friend to share it with” meaning the problem you are having seems to be as big as Mt. Everest, however, if you have a friend that you can talk to that same mountain appears to be much smaller or a mole hill even tho the problem still exist because talking to someone that cares can bring about peace in your life that make the problem seem smaller, and can be overcome.
Out of all the people that loved you, I loved you a trillions time more than all of them put together. You said many times, “How could you love me that much”? That’s the easy part because my love for you was unconditional. There was nothing within my power I wouldn’t do for you. I have went without in order than you was able to get what you needed or wanted.
I never imagined you not being in my life, and it’s no secret we had ups and downs more than I want to admit, however, there is no one that would deny our love for each other. I actually think we loved each other too much if that’s even possible. I treated you like the queen you were, and worshiped the ground you walked on. Yet, you never could understand my love for you, and you could never see it even tho it was before your very eyes. We were close, yet, we were distant, however, you knew more about me than anybody else in the whole world. We had a special relationship that bonded us together to the point we couldn’t live separate lives apart from each other. We had to be in each other’s life. Sometimes things weren’t that great, and I tried to leave, however, something would always bring us back together. We just couldn’t live without each other no matter how bad it got.
I believe I was the last person you talked to, and I’m sorry that I wasn’t able to fulfill your last request you told me at 2:10 am Friday morning, May 23rd. You cried as you said, “I’m scared that I will not get a chance to see you before I pass away”. If I had only known your last hours were that close I would have came to Dallas to be with you as you would say, “In a heart-beat”. That is my only regret. I never loved a woman the way I loved you, and I never tried to prove my love and devotion to a woman like I tried to prove to you.
We had some good times like the time you, Bobby, and me were doing NFL Football Picks that year. We were up late one night, and watched the sports announcers make their predictions for the football games that week-end at 3am in the morning. I wrote them down, and we made the same picks the sports announcers stated, however, we didn’t tell Bobby, and we got all 16 games correct. We didn’t tell Bobby until about 3 or 4 weeks later what we had done. That was one of the funniest jokes I ever been part of. We had plenty of laughs, and plenty of tears, however, with you I would do it all over again. I will forever love you, Babe, my best friend in the world.

Michael Chaisson says:

I am sorry for the loss of such a special lady. She brought many smiles and laughter, she will be greatly missed.

Tanya Reed says:

I was fortunate to meet Sharon on a few occasions over the past couple of years. She was full of humor, and her presence brought many smiles and laughter. Of the few occasions I was with her she made a lasting impression. I know this was a great loss for her family and friends, you are in my thoughts and prayers.

Vicki Vent says:

Sending my love and many prayers for your family. Vicki

Tricia Shackelford says:

You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers during this time of sorrow.

Vickie Stewart says:

Sorry for your loss. You and your family will be in my Prays! Hugs…

Kelli says:

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time.

Ken Lazenby says:

Mom, we have had so many good times over the years. I know we have had ups and downs at times, like all families do, but Mom, you were a person I always felt I could talk to. I could always share anything that was going on in my life, and you did the same with me. We tried to help each other through life’s difficulties, and be there for each other. One of the many fondest memories I have is when you were watching a TV show and would call me after something funny, laughing so hard you could hardly speak, saying “Kenny are you watching this?”, and we would just laugh together. Mom, you gave me life and for that I will always be grateful. There was never a day when I didn’t think about you, and there will never be a day going forward when you are not in my thoughts. I’m so thankful you are in a better place right now with Jesus. Say hi from Kenny to all of our loved ones in heaven. I really wish I could have given you one last hug and kiss, and shared a laugh with you. Mom, I love and miss you with all of my heart.

Allison & Faith Edwards says:

Faith and I remember meeting Sharon “Granny” at Troy’s graduation party 3 years ago. I remember, her sitting in the chair smiling and enjoying herself at the graduation party. Sharon insisted we all call her Granny. I can imagine her at the pearly gates with the Lord asking him to just call her “Granny”. Her life was taken too soon but she is at peace now and is with her son, Aaron.

To offer comfort during this difficult time, please remember: To the living, I am gone; to the sorrowful, I will never return; to the angry, I was cheated. But to the happy, I am at peace. And to the faithful, I have never left. I cannot speak, but I can listen. I cannot be seen, but I can be heard. So as you stand upon the shore, gazing at a beautiful sea, as you look upon a flower and admire its simplicity REMEMBER ME. Remember me in your heart, your thought, and your memories of the times we loved, the times we cried, the times we fought, the times we laughed. For id you always think of me, I will never be gone.

Our prayers and deepest sympathies to all in this time of sorrow.

Allison & Faith Edwards

Fran Piegari says:

Sharon was a happy person, always smiling and laughing. She loved being around her family and friends. I remember holidays around the pool or in our home, and she was always laughing and having a good time. She’s not hear to continue life on earth, but she’s with Jesus and Aaron, and I know she’s already having a great time. She was a caring, loving friend. Miss and love you Sharon.

Bob Lazenby says:

Don’t grieve for me for now I’m free, I’m following the path God laid for me. I took His hand when I heard Him call, I turned my back and left it all.
I could not stay another day, to laugh, to love, to work or play. Tasks left undone must stay that way, I found that peace at the close of the day.
If my parting has left a void, then fill it with remembered joy. A friendship shared, a laugh, a kiss, Ah yes, and these things I too will miss.
But be not burdened with times of sorrow, for I wish you the sunshine of tomorrow. My life’s been full. I’ve savored much, Good friends, good times and loved ones’ touch.
Perhaps my time seemed all too brief. Don’t lengthen it now with undue grief. Lift up your ears and share with me.
God wanted me now. He set me free!

Helen Harris says:

Sharon was my dearest friend and I’m going to miss her very much. Rest in peace my good friend. May God bless you.

Doris Hulse says:

no more pain. now heavenly bliss with our GOD IN HEAVEN

Ramona Lazenby says:

Sharon, although we feel the loss down here on Earth, we all take comfort in knowing you are smiling down on us from a better place. We love you and miss you!

Brenda Pitts Fulford says:

Even though we had not talked for a long time, Sharon was always in my thoughts! As young cousins we were close and had lots of fun times! My God bless Greg, Kenny, Bobby and the rest of the family.

Timothy Delarosa says:

Granny you be truly missed by all, but it is a relief you are in a better place now. Rest in peace. I love you Granny.

Troy says:

Granny, you were truly an amazing person. I love you with all my heart. You always made my day every time I saw you. I miss you dearly granny

Jason Clark And Heidi Clark says:

Ken, I can not imagine what you are going through. All I know is that your sure liked to be with everyone in her life no matter who or where.P.s.She sure liked to rock in that rocking chair.
Your neighbors Jason and Heidi

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