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Sharon Moore (Byron) - Class Of 1965 VIEW PROFILE

Sharon Moore (Byron)

Sharon Moore Byron

Sharon Moore Byron, of Austin, died Jan. 24, 2015. Ms. Byron was born Feb. 12, 1947, at Hamilton Field, Calif., to U.S. Air Force Col. William Clarence and Marion (Hallock) Moore.

Growing up in an Air Force family, she lived in places such as Tokyo in 1955, Honolulu, Hawaii, several times in Washington, D.C., and graduated high school from Paris-American High School in Paris, France, in 1965. Upon graduation, she attended Colorado State University.

Ms. Byron lived in Washington, D.C., for six years and in 1974, moved to Austin, where she and her father opened and operated The Tool Box, until they sold it in 1995. For the past 12 years, she worked in accounting at Ellis & Salazar.

She will be remembered for her love of tennis — she not only loved to play, but enjoyed the local tennis tournaments as a spectator. She was an independent and strong-willed woman. She instilled her keen sense of right and wrong in everyone she knew.

She kept her wit and sense of humor until the very end, and even today, continues to make us laugh through our tears.

Survivors include her daughter, Michelle Byron Alldredge of Austin; sister, Diane Moore Connell of Killeen; brothers, William C. Moore Jr. and Roxann Horton of Cape Coral, Fla., and Bruce Emerson Moore of Austin; and a world of friends she made throughout her life.

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02/15/16 05:27 PM #1    

Jacqueline Kegeles (Saint Anne) (1965)

Lovely Sharon.  Thanks for the memories.

02/15/16 08:06 PM #2    

Jane (Janie) Woods (Alexander) (1965)

Hope I meet her wherever it is we go next......we're all Pirates. Janie Woods Alexander '65 PAHS

02/16/16 10:17 AM #3    

Pamela Clark (Hansen) (1965)

I like the comment about seeing her on our next trip, wherever God may take us. RIP , Sharon- we'll see you on our next adventure!

02/16/16 01:08 PM #4    

Robert M. Lee, Jr. (1965)

Sharon, you were special to many of us in your class at a special time in our history. It was too soon to leave...

We will see you on the other side.


02/16/16 02:58 PM #5    

Sherry McNeese (Hobbs) (1965)

So many fond memories of our adventures and escapades in SHAPE Village senior year.  Sad to hear of her premature passing. She was fun and vibrant with a great sense of humor. My condolences to her family and friends.

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