Obituary: James T. Sharer

Obituary: James T. Sharer

Obituary: James T. Sharer

On Monday 12-10-07 at 12:55 James T. Sharer Finally was reunited with his brothers and mother. 43,. He was born September 24, 1964 in Dallas to the late Polly Jean Pringle Sharer and Jack B. Sharer. He was a lifelong Dallas resident. Jim attended the National Institute for the Deaf in Rochester, NY. He worked for the Sorenson Company as a
regional manager.

Jim was preceded in death by his mother, Polly Sharer; and by his three brothers, Tommy, Jack Jr., and Robert Sharer. His is survived by his father, Jack B. Sharer of Dallas; uncle, David Sharer of Texarkana; nephew, Eryk Sharer and wife, Michelle; and two great-nephews.

Burial will be at 1:30 P.M. on Saturday, Dec. 15, 2007, in Restland Memorial Park, followed by a Memorial Service at 2:30 P.M. at John Calvin Presbyterian Church, 4151 Royal Lane, Dallas.

If you can come you are more than welcome if you have questions feel free to e-mail me at [email protected]

Thanks and much love

5 comments for “Obituary: James T. Sharer

  1. Eryk Sharer
    December 12, 2007 at 3:50 PM

    thank you for getting to know my uncle. he made all of lives better

  2. eryk sharer
    December 12, 2007 at 8:56 PM

    if you get an bounce back try [email protected]

  3. Jim Postle
    December 13, 2007 at 10:15 AM

    This is a huge shock for me and all of us from NWRAD. James was wonderful guy, very supportive guy and he always help or get involved. He was so great and funny guy and we will sure missed him. Thank you Eryk for sharing the news and you have my deepest sympathies to you and your extended family! Hugs, Jim Postle, Bothell (Near Seattle) WA.

  4. Michael Brown
    December 14, 2007 at 7:05 PM

    James was the first person who designed our Deaf Gays and Lesbians of the West website and been active with Deaf GLOW for several years. We will always remember him as our hugging hairy bear brother!

  5. January 4, 2008 at 1:18 PM

    It’s taken me a while to get used to the idea that he’s truly gone. But the fact that it’s taken this long means that he must’ve been a truly wonderful friend, and I would suspect that many would feel the same about him.

    I will never forget him for as long as I live.

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