In Memory

Sharon Baize (Eppard)

Deceased Classmate: Sharon Baize
Date Deceased: Sept.-12-2005
Age at Death: 63
Cause of Death:
Classmate City: Cross Plains
Classmate State: TX
Classmate Country: USA
Survived By: Husband, Bob Eppard; sister, Christy Baize Cave

My sister, Sharon Lou Baize Hunt Eppard, died at her home in Cross Plains, Texas, on September 12, 2005. She married Bob Eppard on June 2, 1963, in Corpus Christi, Texas. They managed apartments in Corpus Christi, Texas, and Denver, Colorado, also lived in Oklahoma, Galveston and Canyon Lake, Texas, before retiring to Cross Plains, Texas. Sharon was a loving step-mother to Mike, Larry, John, and Linda Eppard, and their families, numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, even great-great-grandchildren. Sharon also worked as a secretary at CPL in Corpus Christi, at UTMB in Galveston, and the UTSA Math Department in San Antonio, as well as other businesses in Oklahoma and Comal County, Texas. She was a gentle spirit, creative, and loving to all her family and friends. She struggled with the challenges of Bipolar Disorder before and after her diagnosis in 1981. I can be reached at Her husband Bob still resides in Cross Plains, Texas, where she is buried.

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12/29/09 08:32 PM #1    

Lynda Millican

I am so saddened to learn of Sharon's passing. Having just lost my oldest son, I am acutely aware of the huge hole that is left in the lives of survivors. Sharon was a gentle, sweet, and kind girl that was full of potential and so ready for life. My sincere condolences to her family. Lynda Millican Scheele

05/06/10 02:26 PM #2    

Darlene Davis (Kinstley)

Having gone to elementary, junior high and high school with Sharon I always think of her as a quiet, sweet and gentle girl.  She had a mischievious smile like she was always keeping a secret.  She was one of the honorees of our senior barn dance at an old barn in Clarkwood, TX that ended in a violent thunderstorm.  Everyone's cars got stuck in the mud. 

The last time I saw Sharon was at a backyard cookout in conjunction with our 40th (I think) reunion.   We had a runion of our barn dance.

I too am saddened to learn of her passing.

Darlene Davis Kinstley


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