Mrs. Sharon Marguerite Thompson Thursday, January 4, 1945 - Saturday, July 15, 2017

Sharon Marguerite Robinson Thompson was born January 4, 1945 to the union of Ruby B, and Macon C. Robinson in Kansas City, Kansas. She was called to rest on July 15, 2017. She was the second eldest of seven children. Sharon was educated in the Kansas City Kansas School District and graduated from Sumner High School in 1963. She was preceded in death by both parents and an elder brother, Macon Rueben Robinson. She dedicated her life to Christ at an early age and grew up in the Church of the Living God. She had a beautiful soprano voice and began singing with her mother and brothers as a teenager. They were known as " The Robinson Singers," a group that grew larger as more siblings were added. She was a lead singer during her time at Sumner High School. As an adult, she joined and was active member of the Bethel Seventh Church. She would often lead songs in the choir and could bring you to your feet with her rendition of "No Tears in Heaven," or " He's an on time God." Sharon was an excellent poet and would share her poems during special celebrations and would also participate in many of the plays performed by the drama department at Bethel. She was joined in marriage on February 22,2006 to Rudolph Thompson Sr. and the couple attended New Have Seventh Day Adventist Church (Where she'd transferred her membership) and volunteered in the food pantry. Sharon had a passion for life, a beautiful smile and a loving heart. She was "The Decorating Diva," who loved to create things, change furniture around, design tiny rooms and bring the "Wow Factor" to anything she touched! Sharon also loved the Lord with all her heart and would stop everything at the drop of a hat to send up a prayer on anyone's behalf. Sharon leaves behind to cherish her memories her husband, Rudolph B. Thompson, Sr. of the home.one son, Michael D. Robinson-Summers, two sisters, Kim Hariston and Annette (Patti) Conwell, three brothers, Errol Robinson, Wayne Robinson (Carolyn) and AnToney Robinson (Sonja)., Murfreesboro, TN, two grandchildren, Janelle Monae Robinson, Atlanta, Ga., and Jaedyn Summers Michayla--Williams and a host of cousins, nieces and nephews. She will be greatly missed. We give reverence to the dead through our service to the living.

An excellent grandmother you were! Jaedyn is forever blessed to have known you!! We will forever miss you.  I'm so glad every time I saw you I would always tell you that I loved you!!!