Mulder

From staff and wire reports
March 15, 2013 at 10:03 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Sharon Roeda Mulder, 63, a resident of Luling, left this world and joined her Savior on Saturday, March 9.

Sharon was born in south Chicago on April 8, 1949, to the late Cornelius (Bud) and Betty Roeda. Sharon and her husband, Larry, were married 42 years and resided over the years in Illinois, Texas, West Virginia and Louisiana. Sharon had worked at Union Carbide Taft Plant in the Purchasing Department.

Sharon had a great love of animals and showed Scottish Terriers, one winning a National AKC championship in Houston, Texas. She also designed and made jewelry, which she sold at shows throughout the New Orleans area. She attended The Bible Center Church in Luling and loved talking to people about her faith. She will be greatly missed by family and friends.

Sharon is survived by her husband, Larry, her mother Betty Roeda, sister Charmaine (Paul) Baranowski and brother Gary (Janet) Roeda, all of Chicago, Ill.; and several nieces and nephews.

Calling will be at The Bible Center Church, 422 Barton Avenue in Luling, on Thursday, March 14 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. She will be buried in her hometown in the Chicago area, where a memorial service will be held on a date yet to be determined.

In lieu of flowers, it was Sharon’s wish that contributions be made in her memory to Jimmy Swaggart Ministries, P.O. Box 262550, Baton Rouge, LA 70826, specifically for World Wide Bible Distribution. Arrangements by L. A. Muhleisen and Son Funeral Home. To view and sign the online guest book, please visit www.muhleisen.com.




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