Like most of us, when we received the news that Sharon had gone to be with the Lord, we wept; heartbroken, maybe even a little confused over God’s will and miracle working power. Those multitude of tears represented too many reasons to count but come to think of it: Sharon at Home sitting on our Lords lap (making note of how many angels to bake cupcakes for and interior design work she needs to fix ASAP) makes the thought of heaven all the richer and sweeter.
Lord knows we’re gonna miss her/your cupcakes, sugar cookies, Fettuccine Alfredo, and apple pies and the list goes on.
You see, there is a great sense of joy that Sharon has finished her race and is in the presence of the Lord Whom she served faithfully for not years, but decades. She has received that welcome from Christ that we all long to hear: "Well done, good and faithful servant; enter into the joy of your Lord." And she has been reunited with her beautiful Mom Margie, her angel Chris, and a host of other heroes of the faith who have gone before her.
She never aspired to be a hero, or to be recognized. Day after day, year after year, she just kept walking faithfully in the pathway of trust and obedience. It was God who she leaned on and trusted. The countless amount of women she helped, guide and mentor expecting no reward and the shining example of a Christ centered marriage over 26 glorious years with her lifelong partner Cruz.
While we rejoice that Sharon is with her Savior, she leaves behind a great void and legacy. Her father Robert Mora, mother Margie Mora(deceased) brothers Robert Mora Jr, and Matt Mora, Loving and Faithful Husband Cruz Espinoza, son Chris Espinoza(deceased) daughters Catalina Espinoza, Casandra(Panda) Espinoza, Christina Espinoza, Carina(MiMi) Espinoza, Carisa (Issa) Espinoza.. Grandkids Alexa(Lexa) Espinoza, Alynna (Nina) Espinoza, Christopher Espinoza Jr. (CJ)
We love you Momma and you were more than just a great mother, you were our biggest supporter, you were loving, protective, fiercely loyal, blessed, unafraid, and proud, devoted and inspirational. You were a great role model, thoughtful and strong, patient and beautiful. You loved to shop and you loved your Dodgers. You were trustworthy, selfless and above all you are absolutely Irreplaceable.
Family and friends are invited to Funeral Services to be held on Saturday February 13, 2021 at 11am in Victory Outreach Ventura. Interment will immediately follow at 1pm in Santa Clara Catholic Cemetery, 2370 H Street, Oxnard. Arrangements are under the direction JOSEPH P. REARDON FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICE, 757 E. Main Street Ventura.