It is with Bethesda’s deepest regret and most profound sorrow that we announce the passing Mrs. Sharon Elizabeth Wright, formerly of Dallas, but presently a resident of Rowlett, TX. A life so precious and beautifully lived deserves to be prestigiously remembered. Celebration of Life Services for Mrs. Wright are posted.
Sharon Wright was born in Leavenworth, Kansas on December 19, 1946 to the parents of Henry & Helen Miller.
Sharon received her formal education in the Leavenworth Public School System, and later received her beauticians license. Afterwards, she worked for Regis as a hair stylist. She later met her late husband Jimmy Wright and in 1986 they moved to Dallas, TX.
Sharon was also employed at Parkland Memorial Hospital, and served 35 years as an exemplary employee until 2021 when she retired .
Sharon was a God-fearing woman who loved traveling, had a profound passion for reading and good music. Traveling, reading, and music gave her great joyful moments and peace.
Family and friends will attest to the fact that Sharon never met a stranger. She loved her family and giving to all her children and grandchildren was her greatest joy.
On December 15, 2022, God called Sharon home to wear her crown. Sharon was preceded in death by both parents; Henry and Helen Miller, spouse; Jimmy Wright and siblings; Gary Miller, Timothy Miller, and Yvonne Ward.
She now leaves behind her four precious children; Tracy Taylor, Stephanie Taylor, Robert Taylor, and her baby girl Hallie Miller.
She also leaves sisters; Sakeena Salahud-Din Miller (Arlington,TX), Barbara Moss (South Carolina), Yesenia Meja, Henrietta Miller, Sara Foster (Sierra Vista, AZ), and Adlene Jackson (FL). Brothers; Christopher Miller, Pierre Miller (Kansas City, MO), Clifford Miller, Thomas Miller (Dallas, TX), Henry Miller Jr. (Sierra Vista, AZ), Roberto Miller (Los Moches, Mexico).
Grandchildren; Tremaine Miller (Leavenworth, KS), Delmon Taylor (Forney, TX), Michael Mitchell Sr. (Dallas TX), Nathaniel Taylor, Sharon Miller, Robert Miller Jr. (Victorville, CA), and Tamika Wright (Denver, CO). Twenty great-grandchildren and three, great great-grandchildren, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. She will be truly missed by all who knew her.
Bethesda encourages all to please keep the Wright family lifted in thoughts and prayers.
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