Sharon Kay Staggs - April 20, 2010 - Obituary -
  • Laurel Land Funeral Home and Cemetery
    7100 Crowley Road
    Fort Worth, TX 76134
    Tel. (817) 293-1350

  • Sharon Kay Staggs

    Born: December 1, 1942 ~ Died: April 20, 2010

    Location: Crowley, Texas

    Tribute & Message From The Family

    Sharon K. Staggs, 67, passed away Tuesday, April 20, 2010, at her home surrounded by her loving family after battling a lengthy illness.

    Graveside service: 2 p.m. Saturday in Laurel Land Cemetery, Fort Worth. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Friday in Laurel Land Funeral Home of Fort Worth.

    Sharon was born Dec. 1, 1942, in Arizona to James K. and Genevieve Deemer. She was the oldest of their three children and was fortunate to spend her early life traveling and living all over the world. Her life experiences shaped her into the friendly, outgoing, loving person her friends and family will always remember.

    In 1964, she moved to Fort Worth and was employed by General Dynamics for the next 41 years until retirement. She was fortunate enough to meet and work with so many wonderful people during that time and she touched each of them with her big smile as well as her big heart. She was always full of life and laughter and made everything she did fun. She was a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister and friend, not to mention the best dance partner anybody ever had. She will be greatly missed by all those who knew and loved her.

    Survivors: Her loving husband of 36 years, C.W. Staggs; daughter, Samantha Powers; son, Chad Staggs; granddaughter, Sierra; grandson, Chance; her mother, Genevieve; sister, Debbie; brother, James; nieces, Amanda and Ashley; and nephew, Zach, who loved their aunt "Cissie" very much.

  • Visitation

    April 23, 2010
    6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

    Laurel Land Funeral Home

    7100 Crowley Road
    Fort Worth, TX

  • Graveside Service

    April 24, 2010
    2:00 PM

    Laurel Land Memorial Park

    7100 Crowley Road
    Fort Worth, TX

Condolence & Memory Journal

CW, Samantha, and Chad, We want to express our deep sympathy on losing Sharon Kay. She was always a hoot in the group we were in together. I started working in May 1977 and truly her personality made it fun to come to work. We remember coming to some Halloween parties when you were very young and we always had a good time. That is the way you want to remember her; as a great person who loved to live. It is great that you have been there for her and CW. We are glad to have known her.

~ Larry and Melissa Lebahn

Posted by Larry and Melissa Lebahn - North Richland Hills, TX - friend   April 23, 2010

C.W.and family, Please accept our condolences for your loss, as Sharon now takes her love, outgoing personality, infectuous smile and nurturing nature to the next level, which will be a waiting place to meet up with you again someday.
God bless and comfort you until then,
~ John and Kathy

Posted by John Krajca - Granbury, TX - Co-worker and friend   April 23, 2010

My sincere sympathy to the family. Sharon Kay was a great person to work with. She was always so caring!

Posted by Iva Nell Peterson Kemp - Arlington, TX - Co-worker   April 23, 2010

CW, Samantha, and Chad, I want to express my heartfelt sympathy on losing Sharon. She meant so much to me in my life. We shared many years working together and I think of her all the time. I was so lucky to have known her. I know that she is at peace with our Lord and resting without pain. Love to you all, Evelyn

Posted by Evelyn Behringer - Magnolia, TX - Friend   April 22, 2010

I'm so sorry to hear about Sharon. She added warmth and vitality to our group here at work. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

Posted by Charlotte Cole - Fort Worth, TX - Former Co-Worker   April 22, 2010


Please accept my condolences on the loss of Sharon. Thank you for allowing us to be of assistance to you and your family during this difficult and stressful time. If we can be of further assistance to you, please do not hesitate to call us. Bobby Debenport, Laurel Land Fort Worth

Posted by Bobby Debenport    April 22, 2010