Sharon Kay Cazenave

May 29, 1959 - June 16, 2024

Sharon Kay Cazenave

May 29, 1959 - June 16, 2024


Sharon Kay Cazenave, loving wife, mother, and friend passed away on June 16, 2024.

Services will take place on Tuesday, July 2, 2024, at 11am at St. Augustine Catholic Church.

Sharon Kay Cazenave was born on May 29, 1959 to Donald and Matlean Patrick in Tulsa Oklahoma. Sharon grew up in Tulsa and graduated from McClain High School in 1977. Following high school Sharon attended Business School and upon completion started a career working in the Insurance Industry that spanned more than 40 years.

Sharon married her high school sweetheart Kevin in 1979.

One of the greatest joys in Sharon’s life was becoming a mom to her daughter Danielle, and later becoming a Nana to her granddaughter Denise whom she affectionately referred to as “Booba”, and often called her “my little stress reliever.”

On Sunday, June 15, 2024. God called Sharon home to be with Him. Sharon was preceded in death by her brother-in-law Whitaker Allen III; mother-in-law Willie Bea Cazenave; father-in-law Ralph Cazenave; brother Sidney Patrick; and father Donald Patrick.

She leaves to cherish her memory her husband Kevin Cazenave; daughter Danielle Cazenave; grand daughter Denise Trinidad; mother Matlean Patrick; sister Donna (Larry) Wilson); sister Wilma Palmer; sister Sheryl (Jerome) Riley; brother Nathaniel (Rosemary) Giles; brother Melvin Giles; sister-in-law Kim Allen; brother-in-law Mark Cazenave; brother-in-law Greg (Lori) Cazenave; aunts and uncles; and many nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family and a host of friends.

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1 responses to Sharon Kay Cazenave

  1. Leslie Hayes says:

    I simply adored Sharon. When I think of words to describe Sharon, Loyalty is the first one that comes to mind. Sharon had solid gold integrity. We were just the best friends at work, and then when I left to work from home, we still kept in touch. I missed seeing her every day and she felt the same, but it did not damage the core of our friendship, which was lasting and lasts now. I know my sweetest friend is in heaven and I will see her again. I mourn more for Kevin and Danielle and Booba and her extended family and yet – they are all so full of Sharon’s love that I know YOU ALL WILL BE ALRIGHT!! I miss her dearly. I have your obituary in front of me at work Sharon, folded out so I can see all of the pictures. I am a better person for having known you dear Sharon. Thank you so much for your solid gold friendship, dear, dear friend.

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