Sharon Kay Forrester

Sharon Kay Forrester, 64, of League City, Texas, peacefully passed away on July 03, 2024, at her home. She was born on August 25, 1959, to Frances Mills and the late Billy Smith in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.

She was employed at Jesco, Inc. in Montgomery, Alabama where she worked for more than five years as an administrative assistant. In 2009, she left work to spend time with her family.

Sharon had a passion and talent for gardening and flowers. She enjoyed traveling and spending time with her grandchildren. Sharon enjoyed many trips with her husband, daughter, and grandchildren, including many fishing and hunting trips.

Sharon is preceded in death by her father Billy Smith and stepfather John Mills. She is survived by her husband, Clifford Forrester; daughter and son-in-law, Mandy and Jarrod Evans; grandsons, Blake and Carson French; step-granddaughter, Avery Evans; mother, Frances Mills; stepmother Bettie Smith; sister and brother-in-law, Diana and Freddy Johnson; brother and sister-in-law, Leonard and Linda Smith; and sister and brother-in-law, Carol and Tim Vercher.

A Celebration of Life Ceremony will be held on Saturday, July 13, 2024 at 2 o’clock at Crowder Funeral Home, 1645 East main, League City, Texas 77573.


  1. Sharon was a good friend which we worked together in Alabama. She was sweet and fun person and we had alot good times. She Will be missed

    Dianne Norrell
  2. Mandy, you have my deepest condolences and most sincerest sympathies. Your Mother was a beautiful woman inside and out. She was always so kind to myself and my son. She will be greatly missed. I loved her smile, caring personality, and her grace. I’m grateful to have met her. May she rest in the everlasting arms of our eternal Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. To be absent from the body, is to be present with the Lord. I love you Mandy and I will always be here for you.

    Kimberly Terry
  3. So sorry about Sharon, will try to come

    Sandi Kolbachinski
  4. Sharon was a great friend who I will dearly miss. I have so many fun memories with Sharon and Clifford, lots of laughs. The family left behind, you are in my heart as you go through this difficult, sad time. Sharon suffers no more. Love you all as family.
    Jane Helms

    Jane Helms
  5. Mandy I am sorry to hear about Sharon passing. Praying for you and your family.

  6. Sharon was always so full of life and joy. When in Junior High School in Greenville Alabama, I was a shy kid and Sharon got me out of that, you couldn’t be shy around her, we had some good times. I will deeply miss her.

    Gayle Stinson
  7. My deepest condolences Uncle Clifford

    Adam Brown
  8. I’m terribly sorry, Clifford and family. I know y’all loved her very much. I’ll keep y’all in my prayers.

    Brian Betz

    Brian Betz
  9. Many prayers and much love to you Clifford, Mandy and the boys. Sharon was an amazing person, who shared her heart with each person she met. From the first time I met her you just felt like family and her smile brightened every room. She will be truly missed by many.

    Ida Abel
  10. Where do I start?
    There are so many great memories of Sharon, it’s so hard to tell them all.
    The first and most loving memory is when we met Sharon and Clifford for the first time. They are best friends with my mother and father in law, Jim and Peggy Murray. They invited us to their lake house with Jim and Peggy. And boy was it a good time! She made you feel so at home with her contagious smile and laugh. We had the best time fishing, eating, sitting around the fire pit, and just having good conversation. I loved looking at all Sharon’s flowers. She was so proud of them.
    Another great memory is our trips to Bar Harbor Maine. Just sharing the beautiful views, eating lobster and blueberry pie together and of course, great conversation every night.
    Sharon loved her family.
    Clifford, the love of her life. Mandy, her baby girl, that she was proud of, Blake and Carson, her grandsons, who were her pride and joy and her beautiful mother, Frances, who she loved so much.

    Until we meet again, our beautiful Sharon.

    We love you,

    Tracy & Rhonda Murray

    Tracy & Rhonda Murray

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