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Sharon A. Garner

April 12, 1965 — February 8, 2024

Kansas City, Missouri

Sharon A. Garner

The journey begin on April 12th , 1965 when Bobby Palmer Sr. and Betty Palmer gave birth to a beautiful baby girl named Sharon Palmer. She was born at San Jaquin General Hospital in Stockton, CA.

Shortly after Sharon and her family moved to Kansas City, Kansas. Sharon and her two siblings loved playing outside, Sharon was a tomboy who loved playing football with her brother and his friends. In 1983 Sharon graduated TOP of her CLASS from F.L. Schlagle High School and a few years later gave birth to her oldest daughter. She was dedicated to being the best mother she could with what she had and did it with a smile on her face. A year later her only son was born and it brought so much joy out of Sharon. She felt blessed. She began working to provide for her children and though being a single mother was hard SHE DID IT.

In 1990 Sharon met Allen Garner the love of her life. They were a DYNAMIC DUO and soon after she gave birth to her baby girl and her family was complete. They married May 23rd 1993 and the family of five planned the whole wedding made bouquets and picked the dresses and suits everything Sharon wanted in life. Allen and Sharon named their house with the children of course and they called it “G-TOWN” (GARNER&TOOMBS) It brought there family so close, they depended only on each other and the love and the bond there family shared was unmatched. Sharon put everything she had into her family and her children she would lay everything on the line if her chil-dren didn't have it. She was genuine and a caring healing spirit.

Sharon and Allen moved to Minnesota with there children and it was amazing they all worked and ran a business, kids and all, they made working fun. They taught their children to never depend on anyone and that they were all they had. She was a great mother and loved on her children each one had there own personal bond with her that could never be broken.

Sadly February 8, 2024 at 8:16 p.m. Sharon departed this earth. Her father Bobby Palmer Sr, her daughter Samantha Garner, her granddaughter Ma'liyah Toombs-Turner, her sister Rochelle Roberts all proceeded her in death.

She leaves behind her children Tameka and Lewis Toombs, her mother Betty Palmer, her significant other Terrance Brown, her siblings Tiffany and Bobby Palmer Sr. Her nieces and nephews Steffonie Brown, James Duncan, Ajay Taylor, Mark Sims, Jessica Sims, Keana Palmer, Anthony Taylor, Leatrice Palmer,

Shanice Palmer, Andrew Taylor, Jada Becton, Joshua Becton, and Nicole Fulson. Her grandchildren Donalonte Toombs, Serenity Toombs, Tah'ja ToombsWooten, Queenen'v Wooten, Kah'liyah ToombsHardin, Kah'lief ToombsHardin, Talia Toombs, Laylah Toombs, Tahnesha Floyd, Javontay Garner and Kristofer Kelby Jr. A host of host of cousins in California, Co-workers, friends, and extended family that loved her so much.

Funeral Services will be held on Thursday February 22, 2024, visitation 10 A.M. - 11 A.M. with services beginning at 11 A.M. at Golden Gate Funeral & Cremation Services, LLC 2800 East 18th st., KCMO 64127.

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Thursday, February 22, 2024

10:00 - 11:00 am (Central time)

Golden Gate Funeral & Cremation Services LLC

2800 E 18th St, Kansas City, MO 64127

Funeral Services will be held on Thursday February 22, 2024, visitation 10 A.M. - 11 A.M. with services beginning at 11 A.M. at Golden Gate Funeral & Cremation Services, LLC 2800 East 18th st., KCMO 64127.
Private Disposition

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