- 83 years old
- Date of birth: Oct 15, 1930
- Date of passing: Nov 5, 2013
|Let the memory of Gloria be with us forever|
Gloria was born October 15, 1930 in Battle Creek, MI to Earl and Edna (Davis) Babcock. She attended 13 different schools in 13 years and graduated from high school in Scotia, NE in 1949. On March 13, 1951, Gloria married Edward Sharp in Omaha. The couple farmed and made their home west of Beemer. Gloria was a member of Seventh Day Adventist Church, and her favorite pastimes included crafts and playing the piano. Survivors include daughters Lois Ann Crowell of Kaufman, TX, Rebecca Brown of Lincoln, and adopted daughter Angel Sharp of Holdrege; sons Paul Sharp of Vermillion, SD and Joseph (Cynthia) Sharp of Beemer; grandson Brian Crowell; sister Donna; sister-in-law Merna; and nieces, nephews, and other family members. Gloria was preceded in death by her parents; husband Edward in 2004; sister Audrey; and brothers Allen and Wayne.
"Good morning mom- Today marks two years since you have left us. We all knew that it was time for you to rest and it was sad to see you go but the memories I have of you coat me like a warm blanket. It has been a hard day so far and it has only begun. I remember the sharing song I always loved when you taught Sabbath School but what I remember most was the love you gave so unconditionally. The smiles for everyone you meet. You encouraged me to go to school and earn my degree. Each client I serve in my daily life keeps the memory of you alive; I remember all the times I got to Mamma sit and it was the greatest part of the week. Your light still shines and k now that each day you are gone, each holiday we spend without you is a sad part of our lives. I miss you my dear mother and you are Forever Missed- Your loving daughter Rebecca"
"I miss u gram love u so much wish u cud be here love u always ur grandaughter"
"I thought of you today mom and it pains my heart that you are gone from our lives. I remember your fabulous meals and how you always greeted us on our birthdays with our favorite foods and a hug and kiss. Your touch was always so gentle and we knew that you loved us. You always had a cake for us and dad made homemade ice cream for our birthdays. You Invited grandma and grandpa over for the meal and cake and ice cream. Those memories are forever locked deep in my heart. I Love you mom and you are greatly missed. I know you cannot hear me but I will say it anyway...Happy Birthday Mom you are greatly missed and loved.-Your daughter Rebecca"
"It has been 23 months that mom died. How we miss her. May you rest in peace until Jesus wakes you up. We love you mom."
"Miss u more than ull ever know"
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