Let the memory of Sharon "Sunny" be with us forever
  • 45 years old
  • Born on May 7, 1971 in United Kingdom.
  • Passed away on October 10, 2016 in Fort Worth, Texas, United States.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Sharon "Sunny" Studer, 45, born in Norwich, England on May 7, 1971 and passed away peacefully at home in Fort Worth, Texas on October 10, 2016.

Daughter of Leslie Morland and of her late mum, Lesley (Dean) Morland.  She is survived by her beloved husband of 20 years Coy Studer, her brothers Lawrence Morland and Gavin Morland, her 'adopted' mum Audrey, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, and so many dear friends.

Sunny loved people, fitness, hiking, site seeing, and the culinary arts.  She was an avid bicyclist, jogger, and wine connoisseur.  Sunny touched the heart of everyone she met.

She captured my heart while attending the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, where she earned her Master's Degree in Civil Engineering.  We have shared a wonderful journey together and for the many roads we jogged, the many trails we hiked, the waters we rafted, the places we visited, and all the wonderful people we met along the way, the time with you will remain etched upon my heart.  Sunny, you are my sunshine, my best friend, and the love of my life.  I truly believe you were a gift from God.  I love you and miss you so much.

We will remember her forever.

A memorial service was held at Hope Church, 1750 Beach Street, Fort Worth, Texas, 76103, on Thursday, October 27th, at 10:30am.  

Posted by Tiffany Ahner on 13th November 2018
I don't always post, but I do read your posts within a few days. I wanted you to know. Praying for you Brother.
Posted by Tiffany Ahner on 26th September 2018
Choosing which soap type, it is all those "little things" too that we grieve. My Mom made a list of the "little things" she wanted to thank and remember my Stepdad for- one was he wrote all their thank you cards. I also appreciate your sense of humor about all the scent choices- ha! You make me laugh. (On a serious note- there are too many choices!!) I also enjoyed the flying to piggies story. Exotics :-)
Posted by Tiffany Ahner on 27th August 2018
I wish Sunny were here too for your 22nd Anniversary.
Posted by Tiffany Ahner on 19th August 2018
You are so descriptive and funny- I can picture Sunny and you having to sneak into the fridge so the 5 piggies wouldn't start whooping- lol!! Thank you for sharing ya'll's memories :-)
Posted by Tiffany Ahner on 12th August 2018
"Although a sense of loneliness came over me, I know that I am not alone"- Amen Brother. Your Brothers and Sisters-in-Christ love you too.
Posted by Tiffany Ahner on 1st August 2018
Sunny and you- cracked me up on ya'll's weakness for guinea pigs! I couldn't believe it- another one- ha-ha! I'm glad the TLC made Piggie #5 come around.
Posted by Tiffany Ahner on 3rd July 2018
I know she was so glad she gave you her phone number :-) Great job getting up the courage after the first time meeting.
Posted by Tiffany Ahner on 3rd July 2018
I also thought your descriptive story on the vintage salad dressings and the pickle jars was hilarious. I bet Sunny loved your sense of humor and that you made her laugh a lot.
Posted by Tiffany Ahner on 3rd July 2018
"Our 4 Little Piggies were back to normal...or so we thought." :-) Yours and Sunny's Piggies' Adventures are so funny!! I couldn't believe there was a F. The Pet Stores loved the 2 of you :-)
Posted by Tiffany Ahner on 5th June 2018
I appreciate your openness and honesty Coy through your poems and the experiences you share. It is helpful, it helps me know better what to say and not say to people on the grief journey. I also appreciate your reminder to enjoy the people in our life while we are blessed to have them.
Posted by Tiffany Ahner on 5th June 2018
I found it hilarious and amazing that P2 was successfully neutered and that your vet had done that surgery on a rabbit. Those guinea pigs were blessed pets to have you and Sunny for their owners. And I see there will be a continuation... I laughed out loud at your comments on the cow tongue sandwich. I have never tried it, but I feel that I'd be in agreement with Sunny on that. And Eureka! I have carried tp in the trunk of our car for years- same unused roll. I can't believe that Lady at QT turned you down.
Posted by Tiffany Ahner on 8th May 2018
Coy- I saw that yesterday was Sunny's Birthday. I'm sorry that she is not here to celebrate it. Thank you for sharing you and Sunny's memories. I do want to find out what happened to P and G and P(2) and G(2). Praying for you brother. - Tiffany
Posted by Cynthia Page on 11th October 2017
Coy, A year has passed. In some ways it feels like it was yesterday. You are family, our brother. We are on this journey of mourning with you, beside you. We walk in faith, in prayer with you. Our King is here with you. He will lead the way back to joy. All my love.
Posted by Gavin Morland on 10th October 2017
Coy, all our thoughts are with you. I still cannot come to terms that my sister is no longer here. love to you
Posted by Aaron McWilliams on 7th May 2017
Coy, still praying for you regularly
Posted by Marna Morland on 7th May 2017
Thinking of my beautiful sister-in-law today on her birthday.
Posted by Tiffany Ahner on 21st January 2017
Coy, I have been reading your poems for Sunny- beautiful! I also see from your stories of your adventures together how much fun, laughter, and love you two shared. There is so much to miss. I'm sorry. We pray daily for you and will continue to.
Posted by Pat Simms on 24th October 2016
Coy, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I am Cynthia's Mother, she has told me of how wonderful you are and how much you loved Sharon...In difficult times, God will see you through this time..
Posted by Cynthia Page on 24th October 2016
Coy, Marty and I are with you in prayer and in whatever else you need. We love you. God loves you. We are so very sorry for your loss.
Posted by Lisa Walker on 24th October 2016
Dear Coy, James Walker & I have kept you in our prayers and thoughts ever since Cynthia informed us of your beautiful wife's passing. Your love for your wife will go on forever!!
Posted by Kathy Duffy on 18th October 2016
I'm reminded of a quote by Flavia, 'Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some stay for a while, leave footprints on our hearts, and we are never, ever the same.' Sharon left footprints on hearts everywhere she went, including mine -- even though I met her just once. If she could pass back through the veil and have one more conversation with each of us, she'd plead with us to make sure that we're ready for eternity. The Way is simple -- His name is Jesus. He loves us so much He wants us live with Him forever in eternity. "Whosoever shall call upon the name of the shall be saved." Romans 10:13. "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life." John 3:16. Heaven is real! And Sharon wants every one of us to go there some day. Coy, thanks for encouraging me to write on Sharon's wall. May your family and friends experience His comfort and peace during your time of loss. You are in our heart and prayers. Kathy and Sean Duffy
Posted by Jane McInnes on 18th October 2016
Coy, I have been trying to find Sharon for couple of years now, having lost touch. She and I grew up together, thick as thieves, in Cringleford. She was so clever, she let me copy her work! She filled my school days from age 4 onwards, with smiles and laughter. I last saw her at Lesley's funeral all those years ago. I am so terribly sorry for your loss, and that I was too late to tell her how fab she was. My heart goes out to you. Much love xx
Posted by Rochelle Wix on 17th October 2016
Coy, Very sorry for you loss. You are in my prayers
Posted by Cassie Grier on 16th October 2016
Coy, We all wish peace and comfort at this time. She is not lost you know where she is, In the arms of Jesus. We will be praying for you and your famiy.
Posted by Diana Patton on 16th October 2016
Coy: I'm so sorry for your loss. She must have been a remarkable lady.
Posted by Aaron McWilliams on 16th October 2016
Coy, so sorry for your loss! Praying for you and your family. - Aaron McWilliams

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