Sharon Lee (Hunt) (White) Kyser went to her heavenly home on Wednesday, February 10, 2021. She was born to Walter and Irene (Snow) Hunt on April 2, 1938 in Lake Odessa, MI. Sharon was valedictorian of the Lake Odessa High School class of 1956. She attended County Normal Training School and earned her teaching certificate in 1957 and taught Sebewa Center school from 1957-1959. Sharon worked for the State of Michigan, Honey Creek Christian Homes and retired from Calvin College in 2003. She married Donald Kyser in 1970 and she and her 3 children joined the extended Kyser family. Don preceded her in death in 1988. Sharon enjoyed antiques, quilting, crafts of all kinds, reading, traveling with friends, bargain shopping, garage sales, and Christmas! She was a member of the church family at South Boston Bible Church and served as the church librarian for many years. Sharon is survived by her children, Bryan (Lisa) White, Mark (Linda) White, and Kerry (Brian) Granger; and stepdaughters, Donna (Winson) Smith, Pat (Larry) Miller, Susan (Jim) Dykema, Jan (Dean) Willman, and Joanne (John) Black; and brother, Dallas (Joan) Hunt. She was “Gram” to 23 grandchildren and numerous great-grands. She was a dear friend to many. Sharon was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2014 and with the help of family, friends, and neighbors, she was able to stay in her home until 2020. The staff at Fountain View of Lowell then gave her great care in her final year amid the pandemic. A private funeral service will be held. A celebration of life will be planned for July and all will be welcome to attend. Memorial contributions would be appreciated towards South Boston Bible Church Library, 6958 Kyser Rd, Lowell, MI 49331; Fountain View of Lowell (Baruch Ministries), 11537 Fulton St. SE Lowell, MI 49331; or Spectrum Health Hospice, 750 Fuller Ave NE Grand Rapids, MI 49503.
Heaven was ready for you.. we however will miss a gentle soul.
She will be dearly missed .
I will miss her notes and seeing her when at SBBC. I appreciate her love for the Lord. Thoughts and prayers for her families.
I think of her often. So glad to have her as a friend.