Sharon Gail Tacker

Born: Dallas on 11 December 1948

Passed away: Joshua on 03 March 2020

Aged: 71 years


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Since we have been unable to have Mom's memorial service at the church due to the pandemic, I created this virtual memorial for her family and friends. Please feel free to share stories, pictures, and videos.

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The Story

Gail was born on December 11, 1948, in Dallas to Pete and Patsy Harris. Sharon was a fiery redhead who grew up in West Dallas where she spent most of her childhood days outside with her siblings, playing and getting into trouble. She was a very funny, naive and loveable person who loved reading her Bible, playing bingo and Scrabble, watching scary movies and spending time with her family and friends. Her favorite drink was Dr. Pepper or a fountain Coca-Cola with a lot of ice. She would say the first thing that popped in her head rather it was good or bad. Gail worked as a housekeeper and then later became an apartment manager. Gail loved helping others even if it meant she had to do without. She loved to tell stories and make jokes with others. Her grandchildren were the apple of her eye. She leaves behind her son, Shane Harris and wife Rachel; siblings, Anita, Peter (Bo), Phillip and wife Darlene, Josie (Jody) and husband Dale, Cheyenne and spouse Kim; grandchildren, Ryan (Lupita), Christina (David, Sr.), Kaylee (Elijah), Justin, Alexander, Daniel; great-grandchildren, Kayleigh, David, Jr, Eli, Kellin and Ivory; and numerous nieces, nephews, and other family members. Gail was loved by everyone and her sense of humor will be missed by all.
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