Sharon Culp Cubberley

2/17/1959-6/5/2013

 

Sharon was born in Brenham, TX and spent her early years there. From ages 6 to 17, her family resided in Australia, Phillippines, Indonesia and Malaysia, before her graduation from high school. She graduated from Oklahoma University inCubberley, Sharon obit pic crop 1980 and the OU School of Law in 1983. She then married Thomas Cubberley in 1984. Sharon gave birth to Alexander Thomas Cubberley in 1988 and Caroline Austin Cubberley in 1990. She taught elementary school for many years in Texas, only recently returning to Edmond. Sharon is survived by her children, Alex and Caroline; parents, Burt and Kay Culp; sister, Cathryn Schmid; niece, Jennifer Belcher; great nephew, Caden Belcher; former husband, Thomas; and her beloved dog, Baker. A memorial service will be held at 10:00 AM on Saturday, June 8th at the First Christian Church Chapel (3700 N. Walker, OKC). In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent in memory of Sharon to the Lab Rescue OK, Inc. (2608 W. Kenosha, #434, Broken Arrow, OK 74012). Selected services were under the direction of Matthews Funeral Home, Edmond.

Comments

  1. My older brother (Butch) and I met Sharon in Indonesia. We are so sorry for your loss; our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  2. I worked with Sharon when she taught at Meyer Elementary in Houston ,TX. I will always remember Sharon as a kind soul. Sharon touched so many lives. I will miss her.
    Rest In Peace Sharon.
    My heart, prayers,and thoughts are with the family.

    Devi K Lundquist ~ Art Teacher/Meyer Elementary School

  3. I had the pleasure of teaching with Sharon at Meyer my first few years in Spring. She loved to talk about her daughters and their accomplishments. We also shared many “doggie stories” together. She will be greatly missed. May her memories live on in the hearts of those she touched.

    Carolyn Gifford
    Meyer Elem

  4. I want to extend my deepest sympathy to the entire family. Sharon and I taught at Meyer. She was a kind, caring, amusing lady. She never said an unkind word about anybody and we shared a lot of laughter. Sharon will be remembered with a smile by many.

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