Luck, Sharon B.

01/08/1962 ~


Sharon Bellott Luck went to be with her Savior, Sunday, November 28, 2021.

She was an incredibly devoted and irreplaceable wife, mother, daughter, sister, and friend.

She leaves her husband, Bill, and her three cherished daughters and three stepchildren: Sarah Mercer (Owen), Millie Mykleby (Connor), Julia Bellott, Mackenzie Luck (Sam), Taylor Luck, Kevin Luck, and five grandchildren. Sharon also leaves her sister, Pamela Rendfeld (Mark), and brother, David Lovington (Belinda). She was the daughter of the late Lawrence Albert Lovington and Patricia Perkins Lovington. Additionally, the family thanks Peggy Riggins for her dedication in being by Sharon’s side in her last few weeks.

Sharon was nurturing, generous, caring, creative, and energetic. She loved the Lord first, her family second, and teaching third, which was her greatest passion. She was delighted to serve and build relationships with families in the community of Kingwood, as well as in Memphis, where she lived prior to moving to Texas. Her students brought her a great deal of happiness; she loved telling her students about her family and her family about her students.

Sharon had an unmatched sense of humor. She was refreshingly honest, did not take herself too seriously, and always saw life with a glass half full. Her friends knew her to be a prankster and always up for adventure. Every friend of Sharon has at least one token story of hijinks and fun.

Her joy, light, and presence will be dearly missed. Those who loved her grieve, but not without hope in The Lord, who redeems sinners and promises Eternal Life.

A scholarship fund has been set up at Good Shepherd Episcopal School 2929 Woodland Hills Drive, Kingwood, TX 77339 in Sharon’s memory for those wishing to make donations.

Service Information

The memorial service will be held at Woodridge Baptist Church on Saturday, December 11th at 10:00am with a reception to follow.

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8 thoughts on “Luck, Sharon B.”

  1. Courtney Moffett

    I had the pleasure of knowing Sharon when she taught my daughter at Good Shepherd in 2018. Sharon was truly amazing. I will always love her sense of humor, her honesty, her stories and her sweet nature. She was truly one of those teachers who touches your life and stays with you forever. I am so sorry for your loss. Your family is in my prayers.

  2. The beautiful obituary described Sharon perfectly. She showed us how to love the Lord and live life to the fullest in all circumstances.

  3. My forever sister, Sharon, my heart will forever be with you and I can’t wait to laugh and tell stories with you in heaven. I am so thankful for your friendship and example in my life! You made me a better friend and teacher. I will miss you, until I see you again. God forever bless your name and memory for all of us.

  4. Matt & Joan Gerker

    Being neighbors with the Bellotts for so many years and watching all our girls grow up was a true blessing. There are so many great memories filled with love and laughter. You all will remain in our thoughts and prayers.

  5. Dione & Robert Pevehouse

    Julia and Family. We are so sorry for your loss. I only met Sharon once or twice and she was a delight. May love continue to surround your family during the days ahead and may your memories bring you comfort.

  6. Sharon taught my daughter this year at Good Shepherd. She was such a loving teacher. She will be missed. We will keep her family in my prayers.

  7. susan tobey levy

    WHat a girl, woman , friend and devoted Christian. She suffered and kept her sense of humor and I loved her. Sharon will be so missed, especially by her girls and BIll. I am so sad she is gone. May she rest in peace. She hated all the doctor stuff! Take care and live well as she would like you to! Sincerely, Susan Tobey long term neighbor and friend

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