Sharon Hedgeman

September 19, 1951 ~ April 28, 2019 (age 67)

Sharon Hedgeman was born the second oldest child to Burnell Hamilton and Herbert Hoover Hamilton on September 19, 1951, in Hemphill, Texas.

Sharon attended Dunbar High School in Lufkin, Texas, where she received her high school diploma. After graduation, she moved to San Diego, California. Upon her arrival to San Diego in 1972, she obtained employment working at a laundry cleaners. Shortly thereafter, she met and married her best friend Henry “Hank” Hedgeman. Two children were brought into this union. In 1973, they had their third child Marcus Hedgeman.

In 1978 Sharon decided to further her education and attended a trade school and studied Electronic Engineering. With that education she received employment at General Dynamics.

Sharon accepted Christ as her Savior at New Creation Church, where she became a born again Christian and was an active member of the church. 

Before Sharon’s health worsened she really enjoyed working for Fuse Integration. She worked as an Electronic Engineer for forty-plus years. 

Sharon was known as “Nana” or “Momma”. She was a woman with a huge personality, a huge heart, very funny, and a large smile. Sharon was a woman of “Many, Many” words. When she walked into a room you knew she was there. Sharon was a loving and caring woman. She was a woman who never met a stranger. Sharon really enjoyed being around people. She loved being with her family and close friends, having a good time, listening to music, traveling to Las Vegas, and especially going to the casinos around San Diego.

God called Sharon Ann Hedgeman into eternal rest on April 28, 2019, where she was met with the embrace of her Heavenly Father, and husband Henry “Hank” Hedgeman, and son, Marcus Hedgeman. Sharon touched many lives here on earth. Those that are left to celebrate her memories are; son Michael Hamilton (Karla); daughter Denova Michelle Williams; daughter-in-law Michelle Hedgeman; granddaughters De ’Andria Eason and Myles Hedgeman; grandson Jalen Hamilton; siblings Rose Hadnot from Nacogdoches, TX, Helen Harrison (Bruce) from Huntington, TX, Larry Hamilton from Lufkin, TX, Wanda Gulley (Nathan) from Tyler, TX, Rhonda Mayes (Terrence) from Houston, TX; brother-in-law A.B. Hedgemon and sister-in-law JoAnn Hedgemon from Shreveport, LA;  her Sister in Christ Violet Chatman from Las Vegas, NV; adopted daughter Tammy Totten; godchildren Bobby, Jr. and TurKesa Chatman from Las Vegas, NV, Terrell Totten, and Rico Christian; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, church family, and close friends.

© 2019 Preferred Cremation & Burial. All Rights Reserved. Funeral Home website by CFS