Hammock, Sharon

Passed: February 13, 2015


Mrs. Sharon Lynn Hammock, 80 of Litchfield Park, Arizona, died February 13, 2015 in Goodyear, Arizona. She was born May 3, 1934 to George Fisher and Marguerite Fisher in Des Moines, Iowa. She accompanied her husband COL. Rex Hammock, United States Air Force (Retired) on assignments in Texas, Arizona ,Okinawa, Japan, Nevada, California, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Mexico and Washington D.C. She was, indeed a devoted and gifted camp follower. She is survived by former spouse of 41 years Rex Hammock, her son Steven Hammock (Maureen) and eight grandchildren. She was preceded in death by sons Phillip and Kevin Hammock. A memorial service will be held at 11:00am on Monday, February 23, 2015 at Thompson Funeral Chapel, 926 S. Litchfield Rd in Goodyear, Arizona. Burial will be at Greenwood Cemetery, San Diego, CA. Condolences can be sent to www.thompsonfuneralchapel.com .

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3 responses to Hammock, Sharon

  1. Rex, You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. O. K. and Judy

  2. Scott Fisher says:

    I have been out of touch with you for so long, and now you’re gone. I always thought I would visit you “next year.” Now next year isn’t an option; there is a valuable lesson here for me. I will miss you tremendously and I love you.

  3. Jane Pricoli says:

    I can’t believe you’re gone. You have been such a dear friend since we first met at Dillard’s some fifteen years ago. I still remember that day. You helped me pick out several outfits for work. Shopping there was never the same for me, as I looked more forward to seeing you then actually buying anything. Driving home and stopping in to see you and from there our relationship continued to grow into something so special. Conversations that were so wonderful and inviting and passionate. Even though most of them were over the phone, there were our luncheons and stay overs and resulting memories that will remain forever in my heart. To not hear your voice anymore saddens me. From weather to politics to the most important conversation of all: God and the Bible. Your reverence and knowledge and guidance has helped me in my pursuit of the true meaning of life and why we are here. You have achieved that precious gift now and I speak to you from down here on earth and smile and cry and miss you so much. We will meet again and I look forward to picking up where we left off. Until then, my dearest Sharon, all my love. Jane Pricoli

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