Sharon Moore

Sharon Louise Moore, third born to Barnell and Eddie Thurman Sr. on July 27, 1947, was called home on December 14, 2017.

Sharon was born in Columbus, Ohio attended Champion Jr. High and graduated from East High School in 1965. In 1966 Sharon married David Moore. Sharon was a life-long member of Rehoboth temple and a member of Sigma Tau Lambda sorority. Sharon went on to work at Western Electric and transitioned into various positions at Lucent Technology where she rose through the ranks serving as a purchaser for more than 30 years. Sharon gave birth to her only son in 1971.

Sharon also was avid bowler, competing in local and national league championships and she also served as a volunteer for the Mifflin Youth Association. She supervised youth and adults in a family managed catering and special events business for local Jewish Synagogues in Bexley, Ohio. Sharon was diligent in helping with three generations of her elderly family members, she also held various leadership positions organizing family picnics and reunions. Sharon lived a life testimony exemplifying the upmost loyalty, dedication, and dutifulness to family friends and her community. She was a stickler for protocol and life ethics. Sharon was confident, yet humble, steadfast, yet supportive, appropriate in her endeavors, positively impacting all who had the opportunity to know her.

Sharon is preceded in death by her former husband David Moore, her Parents, Eddie and Barnell Thurman, her eldest sister Joyce Thurman-Phillips, her brother -in- law Sidney Phillips.  Her eldest brother Eddie Lee Jr. and her former sister-in-law Viola Kelly Thurman and her stepdaughter Sabrina Morrison.

Those left to cherish her memory, her son Curtis L. Armstrong and his father Manuel Armstrong and family. Brother, Perry L.Thurman, wife Marilyn Thurman, sister -in law Brunetta Thurman, grand children, India Crumpler, Monesha Reed, Curtis Armstrong Jr., great grandchildren Nathaniel Woolfolk and Niyana Reed, extended family, nephew Gregory L. Thurman and his children, niece Cynthia Chenault and husband Kevin Chenualt and their children, close niece/daughter Shelby Thurman-Jackson and her children,  niece Shari and husband Ronnie Wilkes and their children, and a host of first and second cousins, family members and friends that all will miss her dearly near and far.

Services will be held at Rehoboth Temple Church of Christ 1111 E. Long Street on December 21, 2017 wake at 10:00AM and service at 11

Condolence Messages

  1. To the family and friends of Sharon, you have my condolences in your loss. Death is one of the most difficult situations families must face. It hurts so much when the family circle has been broken but be assured that it is only temporary! By means of God’s Kingdom, He promises at Revelation 21:4, “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore.

  2. You have my condolences. I knew Sharon from high school and considered her my friend. She was very pleasant and a sweet person. May God bless all her family members in this hurtful time. Rest in Peace Sharon.

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