Sharon Rose Delahanty, 70, of Bridge City, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Thursday, Aug. 8, following a lengthy and courageous battle with cancer. Visitation will be at Claybar Funeral Home in Bridge City on Sunday, from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. with a wake service at 5:00 p.m.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:00 a.m. Monday at St. Henry’s Catholic Church in Bridge City, with Father Steven Leger, pastor, serving as celebrant.  Honored to serve as pallbearers will be Kris Wedekind, Kameron Wedekind, Jake Warren, Chase Warren and Will Warren.

Born in Columbus, OH., on May 25, 1943, Sharon was the daughter of Dean Edward and Juanita Frances (Gleisener) Walcutt. She was a former resident of Oklahoma City, OK., and had been a resident of Bridge City since 1976.

Sharon attended Ohio State University and Lamar University.  Following 24 years of service, she retired from Veolea Environmental Services where she was an accounting supervisor.  She was a life member of the Cooking Club of America and a member of St. Henry’s Catholic Church in Bridge City.

Sharon was preceded in death by her parents, Dean E. and Juanita F. Walcutt; first husband, Benjamin O. Warren and brother, Michael C. Walcutt.

Her memory will be cherished by her husband, Robert Delahanty of Bridge City; children, Kim Warren and her partner Telisa, of Bridge City, Daneen Eller and her husband Mark, of Flint, MI, Robert Warren and his wife Lisa, of Bridge City, David Warren of Houston, Greg Warren of Fort Worth, Bryan Warren of Groves; grandchildren, Kristofer Wedekind, Kameron Eller, Troy English and her husband Phil, Emily, Will, Jayden and Alex Warren, Jake Warren, Colton and Dylan Warren, Chase Warren, Chelsey Warren; great grandchild, Abel Seth Warren; sister, Vicki Moore and her husband Donald and brother, Dan Walcutt and his wife Jackie.

Sharon will also be remembered by her step-children, Robert Delahanty, Darlene Delahanty, Tommy Delahanty, Carmen Ferrer; and step-grandchildren, Chrystal, Matt, Ryan, Evan and Harley Selmer, Annie and Avery Ferrer and Cadance and Brooke Delahanty.

It was Sharon’s request that for those who wish, memorials may be directed to St. Henry’s Catholic Church in Bridge City or to St. Jude’s Childrens Hospital.

The family wishes to thank Charlotte and David Vincent along with Harbor Hospice for all their care during this time.