Lillian Jane Sharpe, age 62, of rural El Dorado Springs, Missouri, entered into the Kingdom of our Lord on the morning of August 15, 2021. She was born on July 2, 1959, in the state of Maine to Charles and Eunice Sharpe. She was the third in line of four children and the only girl in this military family, which traveled all over the country and even overseas. She came from a wholesome Christian family and was instilled with a strong work ethic. She met the father of her children while her family was still in Florida.
Jane followed her parents to Missouri in 1977 after the birth of her firstborn child; then she proceeded to have two more children. She worked as a CNA for many years in the El Dorado Springs and Stockton areas. She was very close to her mother and father and was by their sides until their deaths.
Jane was a simple woman who loved the outdoors and took many fishing trips to the river with her father. She loved working in her yard, going to flea markets, sewing with friends, and doting on her grandchildren.
She rededicated her life to the Lord in 2017 and was baptized alongside her oldest daughter at Union Hall Baptist Church where she was a member, alongside her parents and children.
She had a heart of gold and never meant a harsh word to anyone. She loved her children, grandchildren, family, and friends with all her heart.
Jane doted on her dogs and cats and enjoyed the birds and all of nature that surrounded her family home. She will be missed and always loved by many who knew her.
Lillian Jane was preceded in death by her parents, Charles and Eunice Sharpe, of El Dorado Springs, MO. She is survived by her children: Sheila Quinn, of El Dorado Springs, Monica Belzer, of Stockton, and Daniel Belzer, of Stockton; two grandchildren, Blake Belzer and Maylee Lynn Belzer of Stockton; and brothers, Michael Sharpe, of Fort Gibson, OK, and Kenneth Sharpe, of Monett, MO; and not to be forgotten, her four-legged fur babies.