Mrs. Sharon Dyan Hunt McDaniel, our beloved sister, age 69, went home to be with her Lord, Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at her residence.
Mrs. McDaniel was born in Washington County and daughter of the late Dean & Lena Rupe Hunt. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Ed McDaniel and a sister, Sandra Hensley.
She was a Christian. She loved to travel and crochet.
Survivors include a son, Gary Smith; granddaughter, Savannah Smith; four sisters, Pat Baines (Jimmy), Karen Collins (Jerry), Jan Hall (Henry) and Fran Glass (Kenneth); several nephews, nieces, great nieces & nephews; and she was “GaGa” to Brazen & Avram Glass.
The family would like to extend a very special thank you to her nurse, Anna and therapists, Tami & Travis for their wonderful care.
Funeral services will be conducted 1:00 pm Saturday, April 29, 2017 at Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home with Pastor Joe Beaver officiating. There will be a time of visitation Saturday prior to the service.
Honorary pallbearers will be Rocky Collins, Jason Hall, Chris Hensley, Keith Ellis, Rusty Sells, Austin McLemore and Jamie Baines.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
|Remembering one of the most precious, thoughtful, and giving person I have ever known. Dyan had a heart of gold and no matter how little she had she was always willing to give. That was the kind of person she was. To remember her and the beautiful smile she had fade away because of all her disabilities and horrible pain she was in just breaks my heart. She is truly a hero in my eyes because even though she couldn't do much for herself she fought to live. She fought the fight. I'll LOVE you forever and ever my sweet sister and you'll ALWAYS be my hero. |
|My aunt Dyan was one of the most thoughtful people I know. She was always thinking of others. I remember her making Barbie Doll Clothes for my Barbies when I was a little girl. she always called me by my middle name Hope. Her smile made you feel warm, loved, and special. I love and miss you aunt Dyan, but I am so thankful you are no longer in pain. You loved life and now you are living the Eternal Life!|
|My sister, my friend. Dyan had the biggest
heart and loved life with a passion. But, her
joy of life was taken when she got sick and
grew tired. Her love for her family was all
that really kept her hanging on for as long as
she did and finally just prayed that God would
take her home. We were selfish in begging her
to fight, but she knew she would not get any
better. Thank you God for this precious sister
and allowing us to have her for as long as we
did. We love you Dyan and will rejoin you one
day soon. Thanks for being my loving sister. I
will cherish you forever.|
|Dyan, my beautiful,sweet sister, I for the first
time since you left us for your eternal home felt
peace instead of sadness, when I saw the pain free
face so peaceful and beautiful at the funeral home
today. Yes, I still cry and miss you and will until
we meet again. I love and miss you so much but at
the same time I wouldn't bring you back to the
suffering you endured for so long even if I could.
Love you sweet sister, till we meet again.
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