Sharon Anne Bellamy
In Loving Remembrance
Born:December 5, 1945
Port Arthur, Texas
Died:May 3, 2004
Houston, Texas

 


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~Beloved Mother, Sister and Friend~


God saw she was getting tired
and a cure was not to be,
So He put His arms around her
and whispered "Come with Me".

With tearful eyes, we watched her suffer
and saw her fade away.
Although we couldn't bear to lose her,
We could not make her stay.

A golden heart stopped beating,
Hard working hands laid to rest.
God broke our hearts to prove to us
He only takes the BEST.

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SHARON ANNE BELLAMY, entered into final rest on Monday, the 3rd of May 2004, following a long illness, at the young age of 58.

Sharon was born to Evelyn and Alfred Miller on December 5, 1945 in the city of Port Arthur, Texas. She was a 1964 graduate of Spring Branch High School and attended Baylor University in Waco, Texas. She became an Estimator for various home builders in the Houston area in the mid-1980's. She thoroughly enjoyed her profession until she retired in 2002, due to her illness.

Sharon was a smart, tough, hard-working lady with a spark and fire that seemed to never go out. She was a devoted mother, a loving grandmother, and trusting friend. She especially enjoyed reading, traveling and spending time with her children and grandchildren. She will be deeply missed by all who knew her.

Sharon was preceded in death by her mother, Evelyn Miller; her younger sister, Connie Carr; and her beloved husband, Cullen "Chuck" Bellamy.

She leaves to cherish her memory, her loving daughter, Margaret Patrick of Spring; her son and daughter-in-law, Michael and Christine Pilkington of Smithville, TN; her father, Alfred Miller of Houston; her sister, Charlotte Doyle of Houston; her cherished granddaughters, Courtney Pilkington and Ashley Boeche; her beloved grandsons, Dylan Ballard, Andrew Piper and Calvin Piper; two nieces, Charlotte and Jessica Carr, three nephews, Jeremy Carr, Craig Doyle and Alan Doyle, their families and many more friends.

Sharon was committed to the earth on Wednesday, May 5, 2004 at Woodlawn Garden of Memories Cemetery, 1101 Antoine Dr. @ Katy Freeway, Houston, Texas, 77055.

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~ I'll Be There ~

Please don’t feel guilty,
It was just my time to go.
I see you are still feeling sad,
And the tears just seem to flow.

We all come to earth for our lifetime,
And for some it’s not many years.
I don’t want you to keep crying,
You are shedding so many tears.

I haven’t really left you,
Even though it may seem so.
I have just gone to my heavenly home,
And I’m closer than you know.

Just believe that when you say my name,
I’m standing next to you.
I know you long to see me,
But there is nothing I can do.

But I’ll still send you messages,
And hope you understand,
That when your time comes to “crossover”,
I’ll be there to take your hand.

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~ May 28, 2004 ~

If roses grow in Heaven,
Lord, please pick a bunch for me.
Place them in my mother’s arms,
And tell her they’re from me.

Tell her I love and miss her,
And when she turns to smile,
Place a kiss upon her cheek,
And hold her for a while.

Because remembering her is easy,
I do it every day,
But there is an ache within my heart,
Because I am missing her today.
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Mom, you were such a large part of who I am. I see little bits of you in everything I say and everything I do. You will definitely live on in me and through me. Mom, I miss you terribly. I wouldn't have traded the time I had with you for the anything in the world, but I just wish I had more. I love you so much. And Mom, I will try to make you proud of me for the rest of my life. Rest peacefully, my sweet mother. You have no pain now. I love you.

Added by Margaret

My Dear Friend,
Our friendship has spanned three decades. We have laughed together and cried many a tear. Although my heart is full of sadness for the loss of you, dear friend, you live on in Margaret and Courtney. They have the same strong traits, the ability to grab life by the tail and give it their all. I will miss you for the rest of my life.

Added by Helen

Although I did not have the privilege of knowing Ms. Bellamy, I feel I must have known something of her through her daughter, Margaret. Margaret is one of my special Girl Scouts, grown now with an accomplished Girl Scout of her own. She still makes me laugh when I recall some of her antics as a girl and I have been lucky enough to make that re-connection with her as an adult. I know she will grieve for her mother but she will also carry on the very best of her.

Added by Lynn Flournoy

I will miss you, my friend. I will miss that warm smile that you had for all your friends. I wish that the past few years had been kinder. Life is a stepping to what is greater and yet to come. I love you and we will see each other again.

Added by Lorraine Griggs
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